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My cpu run at 100%. i changed the cpu and still have the problem. now the computer constantly turns on and off.

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Test your PSU or replace it if your power supply units fan is not working your PSU is faulty

One bad lead can cause a computer to continue on a cycle or to shutdown or fail to boot

Test all leads that attach to your hard drive including electrical extensions,IDE,SATA

the leads from your motherboard to your hard drive make sure they have a secure connection and are not faulty or just replace them there probably old and faulty
problems
make sure all leads that are attached to your drives dvd\cd 3 1/2 inch floppy have secure connections and are not faulty or just replace them they are probably old and faulty ?
hope this helps

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My Dell Latitude D620 is constantly spiking at 100% cpu, the problem arises especially when running the mouse over any program, it basically locks down my whole computer and nothing will run, it always...


It sounds like there could be a virus on your computer that is using up all of your CPU resources. Try to monitor the processes and CPU usage, buy pushing Ctrl + Alt + Del at the same time. This will open up the Task Manager on XP, or show you a menu screen on Windows Vista and 7, and you can click on start task manager at the bottom. View all your processes and how much cpu usage is being taken up from those processes. Look for the process using the highest cpu usage when it spikes to 100% and please repost the process name!

In the mean time might I suggest running and anti-virus scan, scanning for malware, and spyware as well. If you do not have any of these programs, I would suggest using either AVG, or Avira Anti-Virus, Malwarebytes, and Super Anti-Spyware, all of which are free programs that can be downloaded here!

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Sep 13, 2011 | Dell Latitude D620 Notebook

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Computer CPU/Processor maxed 100%


Is your computer experiencing a CPU that is running at 100% Is your computer experiencing slow performance?

You can view your CPU utilization and other performance stats using Windows Task Manager. Press Ctrl + Alt + Delete and bring up Task Manager. Go to the performance tab.

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The top of this screen should show your CPU stats.

In Linux you can use the TOP command,
Type the top command:
$ top

A CPU that is running at 100% utilization is not necessarily a problem. When the computer is booting up, or coming out of sleep mode, it may max out the CPU which is normal. The CPU will be utilized fully in order to bring the computer up as fast as possible. Some computers will even utilize the CPU while it is idle, to complete background task such as disk cleanup and file reallocation.

A problem will occur if the CPU stays maxed out. If it stays at 100% for more than a couple of minutes, you may be experiencing degraded computer performance.

Steps to reduce performance degradation.

-In a limited number of cases, software bugs can cause CPU utilization to spike. You will know this is the case if you are using a computer program(that is not hardware intensive like photo/video editors) and notice degraded computer performance. Check your CPU stats while running the program. If this is the case, check online for solutions and possible upgrades which resolve bugs in the software.

-You can reduce Windows start up programs, which will speed up the boot/wakeup process. You can do this from the MSCONFIG window. Go to Start > and in the run box type "msconfig". Go to the "startup" tab and you can uncheck which programs you do not want to start with Windows.

-A majority of the time a computer will get to a point were the hardware will need to be upgraded in order to handle the work you are doing. Common computer upgrades are memory, cpu, motherboard and hard drive.

-G33k

on May 15, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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My pc fans runs constantly and the computer is hot


There are several things to look for here.
  • The CPU Heat sink (the big metal block with a fan) may not be making good contact with the CPU surface area.
  • Thermal compound may have not been applied between the CPU surface area and heat sink
  • The heat sink and fan are not sufficient enough to cool your CPU
  • Dust buildup is not allowing proper circulation of cooling air
If this system is not a name brand and covered by warranty then I would remove the heat sink (carefully) and verify that the mounting bracket is not broken or loose. I would check that ample thermal compound is applied, and if not use rubbing alcohol to remove all compound from the heat sink and CPU and purchase a tube of compound to apply yourself. I would also thoroughly clean the heat sink with compressed air.
If the heat issue continues then you will want to consider upgrading to a more powerful cooling solution.
The CPU fan should run constantly but in some systems will run between 50% and 100% speeds assuming a variable temperature control is applied to the system via motherboard or third party installation.

Sep 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Dear Sirs: I have a dv6445us and the fan runs constantly at full speed. My question: Should we replace the fan kit? Should we replace the temperature sensor? or is it a configuration problem in the...


There are a few options before you start replacing things. First, check the bios. Try hitting one of these keys to bring up the BIOS settings: F1, F8, del, ins, ~, c, v, esc...It might also tell you when booting which key to hit. In there take a look to see if you can find a setting (all BIOS are different, so I'm not sure where it would be) for a fan to see if it's set to Auto or Full. If it's set to Full, change to Auto. If it's set to Auto, move on.

Also in the BIOS menu, check to see your CPU temperature and your clock, and verify that it's what it should be (IE if you bought the computer as a 2.5ghz, and the clock says 3.2, it got overclocked somehow, and you should probably change it back). There might also be a setting in the BIOS for CPU percentage (though that may be in windows.) Make sure you're not forcing your computer to run at 100% cpu all the time.

Another thing you can do is pick up a can of Duster (goes by various names, but it's essentially a can of compressed air). Try spraying the air in every vent on your computer and all over the fan. If you want to get it really clean, take the back cover of your computer off (usually held together by a few phillips screws) and spray everything out very well. Try not to get the liquid from the can on anything though. It won't hurt it, but you'll waste your spray.

If neither of those work ask yourself how hot is it? You can probably pick up a cooling dock for it for fairly cheap, but if it's getting too hot you might want to take it in for service. Take note, my computer runs extremely hot (I have the DV5), as in hot enough to almost burn my legs when I put it on my lap, but that's just the way it is. They're designed to run at a fairly high temperature, so it might not be anything to worry about. Also, I've heard of laptops which have really loud fans by design (for some reason), so that might be your issue as well.

Tj

Jul 19, 2011 | HP Hewlett Packard Pavilion dv6445us PC...

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Why is my computer overheating only after 10 minutes


There are several possible causes - these are the 3 most common:

1. The fan is broken - can you hear it running?
2. You are running too much background software

Open "Task Manager" and select the "Performance" tab. If the CPU usage is constantly at a high level (80-100%) you may have too many background applications running. Next click on the "Performance" tab and look at the CPU column. See which processes are using lots of CPU power.

3. You have a virus/malware. Reboot in safe mode and run a virus scanner.

Oct 14, 2010 | Compaq Presario CQ60-220US PC Laptop

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Why is my cpu constantly running at 100% and my fan constantly running no matter what I do?


it is kind of known issues with vista OS.

Press ALT+Ctrl+Esc or go to task manager -> process-> you will get which process is taking much CPU usages.

Then right click on the particular process and delete it.

This happens most of the time because of the SVHOST.exe

To get rid from it.

Check one of the below solution provided on the forum. This should resolve your issue.

If not then please get back with the screenshot of the task manager process window. So we can determine which process is consuming the max usages of CPU.

http://www.zolved.com/synapse/view_content/23054/Windows_Vista_-_Troubleshooting_Excessive_CPU_usage.


Dreamkam

May 17, 2010 | HP Presario CQ60-211DX (NB049UAR) PC...

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Cpu is running 100% constantly? ran my antivirus and nothing was found.


You most likely have many background programs running. These programs run constantly in the background, often unnoticeable, when your computer starts. Depending on your operating system, the method for disabling these programs is different, but it is not hard to figure out. Disable the programs that are not necessary and this will greatly improve your computer's efficiency. Hope this helps!

Jan 14, 2010 | Acer Aspire AS5520-5537 Notebook

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Very loud fan on my HP Compaq 6715b.


How long have you owned the computer? Did you clean up the inside after you ever since after you bought it? If not, the heatsink might be covered in dust, blocking the airways. If you need instructions on how to open the computer and such, just contact me.

Jul 09, 2009 | HP Computers & Internet

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Computer CPU usage 100% anytime a program is opened and slowsdown


hi, i have written a document to fix this. if u like i can share it with u. check out myblog see if that helps you out. if not message me and i'll help you sort out this. and yes download combofix and run the tool. it will scan for malware,adware and spyware.

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My computer is freezing up and cpu gets pegged at 100%


sounds like a virus. Run your virusscanner, spybot, adaware, in safe mode.

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