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Windows 7: CPU Usage and urn On

21 Jan 2010   #11
sharpdion23

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 

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Since it also happened with Vista, that makes it more likely to be a hardware issue.
Since you've changed your video card, it's probably not your video card that's causing the problem.
Ok I ran SFC.EXE and a Command Prompt thing came out for a second and closed right away. What now?
Have you installed the latest NVidia graphics drivers?

Use option 2 here for an automated scan:
Drivers - Download NVIDIA Drivers

Steven
Thank You for helping out Steven, and yes I have the latest Graphics Card drivers


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21 Jan 2010   #12
dmex

 

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Ok I ran SFC.EXE and a Command Prompt thing came out for a second and closed right away. What now?
Have you installed the latest NVidia graphics drivers?

Use option 2 here for an automated scan:
Drivers - Download NVIDIA Drivers

Steven
Thank You for helping out Steven, and yes I have the latest Graphics Card drivers
I can try

How low is your fps in Games?
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21 Jan 2010   #13
whest

XP, Vista, W7 64bit Home Premium
 
 

Have you turned off the Integrated ATI Radeon™ HD 3200 GPU in the bios or disabled it in device manager? This maybe the cause of the problem. Check your motherboard manual or download it here to see how this done in the bios - click downloads - click OS -expand manuals - and download the english version.

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

If that doesnt work you could try disabling the new video card and use the integrated ati card.

Ive just been browsing thru your bios updates and the Version 1805 has a thermal fix for the cpu so I would suggest updating your bios to at least that one - normally I update mine to the latest but you might be best playing safe, and go with the 1805.
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22 Jan 2010   #14
sharpdion23

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by dmex View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by sharpdion23 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by dmex View Post

Have you installed the latest NVidia graphics drivers?

Use option 2 here for an automated scan:
Drivers - Download NVIDIA Drivers

Steven
Thank You for helping out Steven, and yes I have the latest Graphics Card drivers
I can try

How low is your fps in Games?
Sorry for not knowing but how do I find out the frames per second in a game
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22 Jan 2010   #15
sharpdion23

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by whest View Post
Have you turned off the Integrated ATI Radeon™ HD 3200 GPU in the bios or disabled it in device manager? This maybe the cause of the problem. Check your motherboard manual or download it here to see how this done in the bios - click downloads - click OS -expand manuals - and download the english version.

ASUSTeK Computer Inc.

If that doesnt work you could try disabling the new video card and use the integrated ati card.

Ive just been browsing thru your bios updates and the Version 1805 has a thermal fix for the cpu so I would suggest updating your bios to at least that one - normally I update mine to the latest but you might be best playing safe, and go with the 1805.
And again I'm not too great with bios and things like that sorry. can you give me a step by step guide on what your saying. Thank you in advanced for your hard work
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22 Jan 2010   #16
whest

XP, Vista, W7 64bit Home Premium
 
 

Ill just work my way thru this - go into device manager - Right click computer on the desktop - properties - device manager - go down to display adapters and expand - see if you 2 display adapters - your 9600 gt & a 3200 ATI Radion - if so disable 3200 ATI Radeon - right click the 3200 and select disable, and reboot the system - *make sure you have the monitor connected to the back of the gt 9600 before doing so.
Ok see if this makes any difference - if not proceed to next step.
If there is only 1 display adapter do nothing and move on to updating the bios. Download the bios update to the desktop here :
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
Go to the above page and you will see Download, as one of the options - click on that - select OS (w764bit) - go to bios, and expand - select version 1805 - and download to the desktop - right click the file and select extract all - leave all the settings as is and click extract - it will ask is you want to view it, click cancel.
While your at the site download this also - expand utilities and select ASUS Update V7.17.02 - download and install this. Open the program, and select - update bios from a file - select browse for file and go to desktop and then to the folder containing the bios folder - follow the instructions make sure the pc cant be turned off while your doing this - make sure you ain't having a electrical storm.
When its finished reboot PC.
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22 Jan 2010   #17
Coolness

Win 7 pro 64-bit, Ubuntu 9.10 64-bit
 
 

Was this an upgrade or a clean install? Can you re-install? Do you have another OS we could test on to make sure its not a hardware problem?
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22 Jan 2010   #18
sharpdion23

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by whest View Post
Ill just work my way thru this - go into device manager - Right click computer on the desktop - properties - device manager - go down to display adapters and expand - see if you 2 display adapters - your 9600 gt & a 3200 ATI Radion - if so disable 3200 ATI Radeon - right click the 3200 and select disable, and reboot the system - *make sure you have the monitor connected to the back of the gt 9600 before doing so.
Ok see if this makes any difference - if not proceed to next step.
If there is only 1 display adapter do nothing and move on to updating the bios. Download the bios update to the desktop here :
ASUSTeK Computer Inc.
Go to the above page and you will see Download, as one of the options - click on that - select OS (w764bit) - go to bios, and expand - select version 1805 - and download to the desktop - right click the file and select extract all - leave all the settings as is and click extract - it will ask is you want to view it, click cancel.
While your at the site download this also - expand utilities and select ASUS Update V7.17.02 - download and install this. Open the program, and select - update bios from a file - select browse for file and go to desktop and then to the folder containing the bios folder - follow the instructions make sure the pc cant be turned off while your doing this - make sure you ain't having a electrical storm.
When its finished reboot PC.
Which Bios do I want to download? the BIOS (15) [BIOS History] or the BIOS-Utilities (2)
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22 Jan 2010   #19
sharpdion23

Windows 7 Professional 64 Bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Coolness View Post
Was this an upgrade or a clean install? Can you re-install? Do you have another OS we could test on to make sure its not a hardware problem?
Like I said last time, I used to have vista and it also had the same problem so it might be a hardware problem and also I have just changed my graphics card to a new one with latest drivers installed. And yes this is a clean install not an upgrade
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22 Jan 2010   #20
whest

XP, Vista, W7 64bit Home Premium
 
 

You need the bios file version 1805 under bios (15 files) and the asus update utility V7.17.02 (under utilities further down the page) - its not listed under bios utilities(4 files) - you can verify its asus approved in your manual - its the easiest way to update the bios from within the OS.

If you look under cpu support list on the asus site (across the right of downloads)you will see your processor is supported by a minimum of bios v 0407 or v 0701 - im not sure which one yours ( there are 2 diff 6000+ cpus) - its up to you whether you want to update it - you need to open system information and scroll down to bios version, and check what version you already have - to do this go to start and click - in the seach at the bottom type "system information" in the results select system information, and click, and in the window scroll down to bios version/date.

If your not comfortable updating the bios your self leave it as a last resort, or get someone else to do it.
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