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Help, I am absolutely stumped. :\


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I've checked out my computer's CPU processes and they all seem okay. I have run my virus scanners and ad-ware removal programs and found nothing. But, the CPU usage keeps spiking to 100. And I just can't figure out why. :)

It's a long shot but...
Here are some screen shots, maybe you can find something that I can't. :\

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Help anyone? :tazz:
I feel so computer illiterate when it comes to viruses...:)
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Oh, I forgot to add that when I open normal windows. That is usally when it spikes. Or when I just open or close programs. If I leave it alone, the usage drops. :\ I feel like putting my foot through the screen. >;[
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