Re: Vista performance issue
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On 23 Mai, 19:19, "Peter" <pet...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote:
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> ATI Radeon 9550 AGP Graphics"Stefan H." <hofma...@googlemail.com> wrote in message
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> >I have disabled everything and don't use a background scanner. Windows
> > Update Advisor says that my system is fully supported by Windows Vista
> > including Aero user experience. Maybe dmex is right. Most application
> > I have used today were faster than yesterday (only 50% CPU usage).
> > Only Terratec Home Cinema is still unusable but this could be a bug in
> > their software. I seems that this is the first version of Windows
> > which gets faster every day.
> > Regards,
> > Stefan
> > On 23 Mai, 15:38, "Dana Cline - MVP" <dcl...@scriptpro.com> wrote:
> >> Given that this is basically inadequate hardware to begin with, I
> >> wouldn't
> >> expect too much. Have you turned off the Sidebar, and the Windows Search
> >> service? Which antivirus are you running?
> >> Dana Cline - MCE MVP
> >> "Stefan H." <hofma...@googlemail.com> wrote in message
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> >> > Hi,
> >> > I have just installed Windows Vista Business Edition and have noticed
> >> > some performance issues in comparison with Windows XP, where
> >> > everything works fine. CPU usage reaches 100% percent even if there is
> >> > almost no activity. When I start an application CPU usage of that
> >> > process is always 100%. When I scroll up and down in Notepad for
> >> > example CPU usage is at least 40% (only Notepad) and some applications
> >> > like Terratec Home Cinema (for watching tv) are unusable. I have
> >> > disabled everything for testing (all visual effects/Aero, ReadyBoost,
> >> > SuperFetch, Windows Defender, DEP and so on) but the problem persists.
> >> > Process Explorer shows that most activity is taking place in kernel
> >> > mode (at least 2/3 of CPU usage). But CPU usage of interrupts and DPC
> >> > is <4%. I have the following system:
> >> > Mainboard: Kudoz 7 (VIA ST266A chipset)
> >> > CPU: Athlon XP 1,4 GHZ
> >> > Graphics: ATI Radeon 9600 PCI (only AGP 4X)
> >> > Memory: 1 GB RAM
> >> > Windows Performance Index:
> >> > CPU: 2,7
> >> > Memory: 3,7
> >> > Graphics (Aero): 2,9
> >> > Graphics (Games): 3,4
> >> > Harddisk: 5,1
> >> > I know that my PC is not the best one. But even large Java Swing
> >> > applications under Windows XP (like Netbeans IDE) where faster then
> >> > Notepad is in Windows Vista. I think something is wrong in kernel
> >> > mode. Is there any (new security) feature I can disable to increase
> >> > performance ?
> >> > Thanks
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