Update: Get Free Tips - High CPU Utilization

For some time now, something has been bogging down your CPU. The whole computer has become slow and the system reports permanently high CPU usage. What is happening?

A possible cause for the high CPU usage is dificulty in accessing the hard disk. After six transfer errors, the IDE/ATAPI drivers gradually reduce the speed to the slowest, oldest PIO mode. This
could be caused by bad sectors on the magnetic disk surface. For the hard drive to work in the faster DMA mode again, you must temporarily uninstall the relevant controller. After restarting the system, Windows identifies it as new hardware, reinstalls the necessary drivers and makes
the standard settings for the connected devices. Press the key-combination [Windows] + [Pause/Break] to bring up the System Properties dialog box, activate the ‘Hardware’ tab and there, click on ‘Device Manager’. Extend the node ‘IDEATA/ATAPI-Controller’. Double-click on...

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Anonymous said...

Why do you hate democrats so much? Let's a find a balance first, and then start blaming each other. And don't say war is the answer.
This is a clear example of a harmless meaningless post, so why delete it, mr Moderator?
I once was a boy and now I'm a girl. Do you know what if feels like?
Would anyone tell a joke about this? I can't stand being depressed like this.

Reality is that part of the imagination we all agree on.