|07 Feb 2009||#1|
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csrss.exe is going haywire
I know I can probably just restart my system for this to reset itself, but it this been happening to me a lot recently.
Sometimes I will compile & run a program in VC++ or DevC++ and the <name>.exe file will become unstable (non responsive) so I have to resort to killing the process. After killing the process csrss.exe eats up a bunch of my CPU cycles.
Anyone know how to fix this? I obviously can't kill csrss.exe since its a system process.
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