Question about HP (122226-001) Fan Controllers
I can hear the computer running what appears to be a scan but nothing is scheduled. How do I find out what is happening?
Press and hold down the "Ctrl" "Alt" and "Delete" keys. The Windows Task Manager window will open up. Click on the "Processes" tab. Click on the "CPU" heading two times. You are now looking at what is using up the most CPU cycles. Hopefully "System Idle Process" is at the top of the list. As I type this out my System Idle Process is bouncing between 95% and 98% as it should. You can use the "End Process" button in the lower right corner to end whatever process is curently highlighted. If you do you will get a warning about the horrible consequences of doing this but more often than not you can ignore that message. If you don't know what the process is, Google it. Hope this helps.
Posted on Feb 21, 2009
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