Question about Computers & Internet
Run an antivirus scan with powerful antivirus and access your computer using safe mode, clean registry using some reliable cleaner such as reginout cleaner. thanks
Posted on Jul 15, 2011
Don't you have a virus or spyware, maybe that uses your CPU 100%? You should check your system with Malwarebytes for example and first of all take a look at CPU usage history from Task Manager.
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