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Windows 7: Bywifi using 100% CPU


01 Mar 2010   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 
Bywifi using 100% CPU

Hello I'm new to this forum, That is in fact my first post and I do apologise that its asking for help!

I have Bywifi 2.02 installed in my Windows 7 32 bits system, well no problem here right? Wrong! After like 2-5 minutes after I start Bywifi it starts to give me some spikes of 100% CPU usage (second place svchost and third place rundll32) after a while it just stays at 100% CPU and when I kill Bywifi process everything goes back to normal

If you don't know what Bywifi is take a look at Bywifi Video Downloader - Download videos from Youtube, MySpace, DailyMotion, Metacafe, Yuvutu, and similar sites

I'll provide anything you guys need to solve this because my ISP does traffic shaping on .flv and I can't watch videos on Youtube without Bywifi, well I can but I have to wait forever to load like 30-35 kps its like a damn dial up!

just to make it clear I tryed using Bywifi in another Windows 7 install and it did the same thing there too...

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Hi.

This is what I use - http://www.downloadhelper.net, so you might be best using another program, or try running it as admin or in compatibility mode and see if that helps.
I have Download Helper installed but it does not acelerate the video load on youtube at all

Also I have tried to run as administrator and compatibly mode "Windows XP SP3" and it gives me the same problem I have tested it on XP and it worked normally

Some interesting things to point:

Why the svchost and rundll32 also starts to spend CPU abnormally when Bywifi is running?
Why does it works on XP and on Windows 7 it just use 100% CPU after a while?

The programmer said it works fine on Windows 7, but does it?


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01 Mar 2010   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by evilalan View Post
I tryed using Bywifi in another Windows 7 install and it did the same thing there too...
Hi.

This is what I use - http://www.downloadhelper.net, so you might be best using another program, or try running it as admin or in compatibility mode and see if that helps.

And it will help if you could fill these in - System Specs
My System SpecsSystem Spec
02 Apr 2010   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

No one else can help? I really could use some help here!

Update:

The same thing happens with ver 2.1.6
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