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Quick test for this is to see what is running using that CPU and RAM up. Press ALT CTRL and DEL, then processes, order it by clicking on cpu and seeing the process that is eating it all up. If you recognize it, see if there are any fixes or newer versions, if not stop using it and see if there is another you can use instead. Otherwise, come back here and toss you top five resource hog processes and the amount of memory they are using here, we will see if we can help further.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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