|15 Apr 2013||#1|
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How to find out which programs are using the resources?
I have a problem, but I'm not sure if it's due to Windows 7:
There is a test SW running on Windows 7 and a system under test on a board.
It seems that there are sudden 1 - 3 second gaps in the messaging between the board and the test SW.
It seems to happen 1 - 3 times during a 1,5 hour run.
Does anyone know a good way to find out if it's Windows 7, and if it is, what in Windows 7?
I forgot to mention that the connection uses a separate NIC and it's UDP/IP by IP-addresses.
No DNS or DHCP is involved. The connection is set up as a persistent routing using ROUTE-command.
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