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Windows 7: slow down for 2 min/fps drop

10 Jun 2010   #1
massive

windows 7
 
 
slow down for 2 min/fps drop

hello i have a problem i dont know if its a hardware problem or something wrong

with windows 7

THE PROBLEM IS :
my camputer slow down every 15 min for like 5 minutes

in games i thought maybe its my graphic card but when i played flash games the same problem

didnt have problems with xp !

i will appreciate your help thanks
pictures in attachments

sorry for my bad english



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10 Jun 2010   #2
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Try this procedure to isolate the offending process:
Quote:
Task Manager:
Also, you can monitor the system for excessive resource consumption. To do this, open up Task Manager by right clicking on the Task Bar.
Then select the Processes tab.
Then select the "Show processes from all users" button (in the lower left)
Then select the View menu item, then select "Select columns"
In the Select columns window, place checkmarks next to I/O Reads and I/O Other.
Click OK to accept the changes.
Resize the Task Manager window so you can see the most of the columns.
Wait for the system to freeze.
Look at all of the columns to see if there's anything that looks excessively high - if so, let us know the Image name of the process.
FWIW - System Idle Process is supposed to have high CPU readings - anything else with high CPU readings is an issue.
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10 Jun 2010   #3
ttran

Microsoft Window 7 Professional 32 bit
 
 

Can it be problem with the temperature of the computer? May be it is too hot after certain amount of time... sorry if it sounds silly
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10 Jun 2010   #4
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

It's possible.
But, if it slows down every 15 minutes - then the temperature would have to get overhot every 15 minutes. That's not likely on most systems.
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11 Jun 2010   #5
massive

windows 7
 
 
slow down

i thought that too that its get hot every 15 min but when i checked nothing was hot i was thinking of getting more ram memory maybe 2 gb more but im afraid that it will not solve the porblem any suggestions ?

usasma

where i can find select the view menu item ?
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12 Jun 2010   #6
usasma
Microsoft MVP

 
 

Task Manager:
Also, you can monitor the system for excessive resource consumption. To do this, open up Task Manager by right clicking on the Task Bar.
Then select the Processes tab.
Then select the "Show processes from all users" button (in the lower left)
Then select the View menu item, then select "Select columns"
Quote:
At the top left of the Task Manager window are several choices (menu items). They are:

Quote:
File Options View Help
Click on the one that says "View"
Then, click on the choice in the dropdown menu that says "Select columns"
In the Select columns window, place checkmarks next to I/O Reads and I/O Other.
Click OK to accept the changes.
Resize the Task Manager window so you can see the most of the columns.
Wait for the system to freeze.
Look at all of the columns to see if there's anything that looks excessively high - if so, let us know the Image name of the process.
FWIW - System Idle Process is supposed to have high CPU readings - anything else with high CPU readings is an issue.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
13 Jun 2010   #7
massive

windows 7
 
 
thanks all it all rightnow

i opened the camputer and i found one of the fans that dosent work i change it and everything is ok now thanks usasma
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