Re: high system CPU on boottime
I'm now suspecting my WLAN.
When i have this issue i have my wireless enabled. My network connection
icon shows a red cross.
When i disable my WLAN and reboot, it seams to work, and then when i switch
on my wireless it also works.
I heared more ppl having problems with wlan, but there are no new drivers
for my device.
I have a Dell Latitude D820.
"Martijn van Schie" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>I checked this already. Also ran several system scans with virus scanner.
> I did a kernrate scan while this occures and find NTKRNLPA and intelppn
> taking all the cpu (70%/30%).
> "f/fgeorge" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
>> On Thu, 26 Jun 2008 09:21:58 +0200, "Martijn van Schie"
>> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>>Since a week or two i have problems during boot time on Vista.
>>>When i get to the logon screen my HD is still higly active. This has been
>>>normal for me, but it keeps on going for more then 2 minutes.
>>>When i logon it keeps on going, and using task manager i see that system
>>>taking a average of 80% processortime.
>>>Resource monitor doesn't give me any additional information, and services
>>>like symantec anti-virus en searchindexer are the services using HD
>>>read/writes (normal i think)
>>>If i'm patient and wait for the system process to "cool down", i get to a
>>>point were my mouse stops working and my screen goed black. Caps Lock is
>>>still working but this is the end of my session and i have to force a
>>>If i reboot, is usually happens another time and then the third time the
>>>system runs normal again.
>>>I i shutdown during the high system CPU vista does not shut down, and
>>>on the shutdown screen.
>>>I have SP1 installed, but only since a vew weeks. Ik can't remeber if
>>>issue started after the installation of SP1.
>>>Does anybody recognize this issue??
>> Check you startup programs and see if you have virus checking going
>> on, most do. Also check to see if drive indexing is turned on, if so
>> turn it off and some of this may stop.