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Old 08-08-2008
Tmntii
 

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cpu stuck at 50 percent usage or higher

I'm using an x2 6000 processor. I have tried everything imaginable to
fix this overloading of the cpu. I have reformatted and reinstalled
vista and updated all my drivers. I also disabled indexing. The programs
using all my cpu are system and system idle, both on about a 50/50
split. My processor will easily hit 100 percent if other programs are
introduced. The processes max out only one core, and the other idles. I
also reset my cmos. If anyone could help, I'd really appreciate it.


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Old 08-09-2008
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Re: cpu stuck at 50 percent usage or higher


"Tmntii" <guest@unknown-email.com> wrote in message
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> I'm using an x2 6000 processor. I have tried everything imaginable to
> fix this overloading of the cpu. I have reformatted and reinstalled
> vista and updated all my drivers. I also disabled indexing. The programs
> using all my cpu are system and system idle, both on about a 50/50
> split. My processor will easily hit 100 percent if other programs are
> introduced. The processes max out only one core, and the other idles. I
> also reset my cmos. If anyone could help, I'd really appreciate it.
>
>

What are you using to view running processes? If it's the standard task
manager I suggest using a more in-depth tool, such as the latest "process
explorer", so you can see what's going on in more detail.

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