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Windows 7: win 7 ultimate cpu usage issues

10 Nov 2009   #11
Teerex

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1
 
 

How many computers do you have in your network? Do you have a Playstation 3 or a networked media device?

Or is it just one computer?

If it is just one computer, do this as an urgent cure. Type Services into the search box, click on it. When it opens, scroll down to the service shown in the picture. Click Stop. Then right click on its name in the list. A window will open. In the middle of it, you'll see Startup type. Click the Automatic (Delayed Start) button, scroll to Disabled and click on it.




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11 Nov 2009   #12
ahmerkhan

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

bump, still need help please, it seems that wmpntwrk is using 50 percent of my cpu
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11 Nov 2009   #13
ahmerkhan

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

i have one desktop on my network and my father connects through wifi when he gets home from work. I also have an xbox set up with media center
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11 Nov 2009   #14
Teerex

Windows 7 x64 Ultimate SP1
 
 

You have to do as I've written on top of this page if you want to stop this from happening.

It will disable media sharing though, but it will resolve your performance issue for the time being.

There is something wrong with your media sharing setup. I don't know what, we'll have to get more information. It is very likely that it will be impossible for us here to resolve it.

You should consider reconfiguring media sharing as a first measure. This issue could be caused by a faulty interaction between your PC and XBOX as a media center extender device.

If you can get support from Microsoft directly, try to reach them.
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20 Nov 2009   #15
Kypck

Windows 7 ultimate
 
 

Recently I installed Windows 7 ultimate 32bit on my laptop Acer Asprire 5100 (model 2 years old), with AMD Turion 2,2Ghz, 120GB HDD, ATI x1100, 1,5GB RAM (graphic card uses 256MB from that 1,5GB), along with some other programs Firefox, Office, Nero...also I've installed TP Link wireless router to my cable internet modem, and set WEP secured network (10 digit code). After that I installed Opera and Flash player, and USB wireless mouse Logitec.
Everything worked good for 3 days, and suddenly, when I start the system, CPU usage is from 75 to 100% all the time. When I go to task manager, I don't see processes that are using CPU. When I installed process manager, I see that DPCs are using around 50% of CPU. It takes normal time to start windows, but shutting down thakes around 10 minutes.
The funny thing is that my touchpad is not working nor my keyboard (they work, but very strange - only few keys work, and touchpad glithces) on laptop, but I can use wireless mouse normaly and start programs (Total Commader, whatch videos...)
When I start windows in safe mode, everything is ok.

I used system restore on day of instalation, but same system presists.

Anyone have a clue?
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21 Nov 2009   #16
vince8864

windows 7
 
 
same problem solved

try reset your cmos...if using laptop, remove battery and plug out power adapter..under no power supply condition, press the power button and hold for 5 second,,after that done n_n works for me at least.
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21 Nov 2009   #17
Abhishek Ghosh

Windows 7 Ultimate 64 bit, Mac OS X 10.6
 
 

@Kypck try the way as vince8864 said you.If not solved, uninstall Nero (if you cant uninstall from CP, try to use any 3rd party software like Windows 7 manager). Nero gave me trouble like you in some RC version (forgot the ver)--last of all I had to Format.
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21 Nov 2009   #18
Kypck

Windows 7 ultimate
 
 

I can do new install, but I want to find out the solution...because it could happen again (and I want to know what will cause it again). So, I whink it might not be software, because system restore did not help...I think it might be a driver...
but I will try the advices...
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08 Nov 2010   #19
debugger

Windows 7 Ultimate x86
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Teerex View Post
How many computers do you have in your network? Do you have a Playstation 3 or a networked media device?

Or is it just one computer?

If it is just one computer, do this as an urgent cure. Type Services into the search box, click on it. When it opens, scroll down to the service shown in the picture. Click Stop. Then right click on its name in the list. A window will open. In the middle of it, you'll see Startup type. Click the Automatic (Delayed Start) button, scroll to Disabled and click on it.
Spot on dude. I thank you with the bottom of my heart. Keep it up!! I hope this solution goes permanently ..
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02 May 2011   #20
vivekium

Windows 7 Professonal 32 bit
 
 
CPU usage

Hello guys

I encounter the same problem when i install the windows 7 from my vista version. But I came to know that why this is happening. This is due to the audio driver install in our computers.
If u disable your audio driver the computer will run smoothly wihtout any problem.
For this go to services through msconfig and disable the POWER option in the services and your problem will resolve. By further updating your sound and power driver this problem will completely resolve.
Hope my this post will help you tackling this shit problem.

Vivek Shahi
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