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Windows 7: Maxed Out Processor

18 Jul 2015   #1
despuit

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086
 
 
Maxed Out Processor

I've rebooted the computer twice now, please help with this man it is not normal. There is anomulous I/O read activity as well. The thing has been acting really odd lately for example it pauses after loading boot drivers and states the Advanced Boot Options before going to the logonui. Tool bars don't work in explorer is just odd, I doubt that has anything to do with I'm just saying ODD. It is 30 degrees celsius in side, and I just want to watch this tv show and sleep. :/

I just ran malware bytes says I'm clean, this is a different issue then my other post. One was meant that my CPU was at its limitations which was never resolved, this is about the CPU being maxed out by the ntoskrnl

screw it, I doubt I'd get a response in time it is a 11 at night, the god dang internet went on it, is a complete piece of crap the ntoskrnl makes it completely unusable now is a brick. I'll go toms hardware maybe they can point in the right direction for a replacement




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19 Jul 2015   #2
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

How long has this been going on?
Do you have a system restore point from before the issue started?
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19 Jul 2015   #3
despuit

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by GokAy View Post
How long has this been going on?
Do you have a system restore point from before the issue started?

I appreciate your response, no that functionality is disabled. Like if the system blue screens at boot it can revert to the last session loaded so it will bypass any changes made on the last session termination. But it can't back more then that, and it can't be controlled is just a fail safe.

The issue started when I posted this. I think this happened when I was downloading files, then it had some networking anomaly where the connections seized up because the application was overwhelmed and I closed it. Still problem so I check and it was the kernel, that was causing the application to be overwhelmed. It was just youtube videos.

But the system is just burning up because of it. Even where the ram is scroching hot, it actually hurts to touch the mouse pad because of it. The system never runs this hot it is just being exhausted, I think that is why the wifi went out yesterday. Just over heated and was 40 degrees in here today so it can't do anything. Video won't work any longer it stutters to the point sounds are not audible. It litterally is a brick at this point. The system is really old in the first place so it could never do much maybe one application at a time if that application was nice, two or three if you suspend them in between usage. Is 2.26ghz core duo.

I know nothing about those threads, the read outs don't make any sense with regards to the threads correlating to the usage. The interrupts and DPCs are taking just as much out of the cpu making it red line 100% any time the device is on pretty much and I have no idea how to check that. I am just going to cut my losses at this point, perseve my sanity. It just is way too hot in this house, and too many problems/noises to focus on resolving the issue. Either I am going to put a hole through the laptop or am going to become hurt myself over the issue. Is just not worth my time.
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20 Jul 2015   #4
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Keep it optimistic mate

My room is 30C as well.

Tried going in Safe Mode with Networking yet?
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20 Jul 2015   #5
despuit

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by GokAy View Post
Keep it optimistic mate

My room is 30C as well.

Tried going in Safe Mode with Networking yet?
I'm Canadian though, used to cold cold temperatures. Supposed to have a long winter this year though so it will make up for these couple weeks.

It yields the same result, the threads are the same. It seems to be more spasmodic now though, not as frequent. Sometimes the interrupts will be at 50% and then back to 8 while the ntoskrnl will be 13-50% on and off. It makes it actually usable for basic things, music/video are kind of pointless if you want no interruptions. And I am sure it is just killing the computer having it on in the first place. Reached the point of diminishing returns I think.

I'll flash a new copy of windows to it when I can make a copy, that should resolve the issue. Other wise I'll just use Linux or XP Portable disc in the meantime. Thanks again for your efforts.

By the way, I think this is the result of a faulty boot driver, and or service loop. Could try resetting the chains and then reconfigure based off that. Which could make sense if the kernel is trying to compensate for something not running properly.

Have a good one!
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21 Jul 2015   #6
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Hey, wondered how it is now. Did you open a Resource Monitor, switch to CPU and sort Processes and Services by CPU? It may give us an idea.

You can try a repair install (Repair Install) by the way, before a clean reinstall (Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7).
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21 Jul 2015   #7
despuit

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by GokAy View Post
Hey, wondered how it is now. Did you open a Resource Monitor, switch to CPU and sort Processes and Services by CPU? It may give us an idea.

You can try a repair install (Repair Install) by the way, before a clean reinstall (Clean Reinstall - Factory OEM Windows 7).
That functionality is disabled lol, all so that repair install functionality is as well. All so would never do a clean install, I'd use a modified boot image where everything is pre-configured less hassle works as you want it out of box.

I've attached everything running on my system, a lot of that at one point was disabled though my settings were reverted and I've never bothered touching it again.

Page 1 services that should be disabled:

fvevol, blbdrive, BstHdDrv, I8042prt, cdrom, taphss6, amdxata, CLFS, Dfsc, storflt, HssDRV6, isStorV, VBoxUSBMon, VBoxDrv

There so much crap there, and some of it you just can't disable unless it is a pre-configuration I think readyboost will blue screen you if disable it and you don't install windows natively without it.


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21 Jul 2015   #8
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Oh heh, I now wonder if you are causing these issues yourself?! (don't hate me saying it )

You should have Resource Monitor: Open Task Manager, switch to performance tab, the clicky at the bottom. Then switch to CPU and sort by CPU both Processes and Services.

However, this won't help accomplish anything if you are not having the issue at the moment.
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21 Jul 2015   #9
despuit

Windows 7 - Home Edition - Build 7601x8086
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by GokAy View Post
Oh heh, I now wonder if you are causing these issues yourself?! (don't hate me saying it )

You should have Resource Monitor: Open Task Manager, switch to performance tab, the clicky at the bottom. Then switch to CPU and sort by CPU both Processes and Services.

However, this won't help accomplish anything if you are not having the issue at the moment.
Still this doesn't work for me xD, it just generates error service is disabled. I've tried enabling it before for another issue and no luck.

However I think the issue is resolved actually I just disabled/enabled a bunch of drivers, I think something did get all messed up. Windows is weird system how things depend on each other, is not clear ever. Like have no idea what caused or resolved the error now. Am going to run a boot trace see what pops up.

Thanks for bearing with me.
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21 Jul 2015   #10
GokAy

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

I wouldn't be here if I minded helping out

But I am at a loss at the moment, do you know what you have disabled so you can enable them back?

Hmm, maybe All-in-one Repair will help. Get it from Tweaking.com - Windows Repair and run it as admin in Safe Mode with Networking. Repair with default options, see if that will help.
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