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Busy CPU usage


Arte et Marte
My daughter's Toshiba P4 2.8GHz laptop (A60, I think) seems to be performing ok, but I noticed that if it has a number of programmes running it boots up to 100% CPU usage, then even after shutting down all progs it still runs at max usage (until reboot).

Is there anyway to rectify this settings wise?


Hipster Doofus

Good grief Charlie Brown
Get a hold of enditll & use that to kill all processes. While doing so have the task manager open & locked by enditall to see if you get the desired result. If so reboot, open enditall & kill the processes one at a time till you find the trouble maker.

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Define 'Cynical'
Run Adaware and Spybot, then go through Run on the start menu, thrash anything you don't need. Fire up Regedit and go to the key HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run and nuke some stuff that you clearly don't need. Should help with the initial windows load somewhat.
Also make sure she didn't install something like "Folding at Home" or "SETI". They will use 100% when the machine is idle but when you run something they go to sleep.

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