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Old 22nd October 2011   #1
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I have a problem with my Sisters computer that has windows 7 with 64 bit internet explorer. we switched to 32 bit so we could use flash[layer from adobe. now I would like to change it back and eliminate the 32 bit but I dont remember how to do this. Can anyone help me with this? Also her computer runs real slow for about 2 weeks now and I don't know how to fix that. She keeps getting a pop-up window saying that her CPU usage is at almost 100% and I don't know how to help her with this.

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Hi gerdy. To switch between the 32-bit and 64-bit of Internet Explorer click Start and in the Search box type Internet Explorer 64-bit. Choose the Internet Explorer 64-bit option to open IE 64-bit. Is the computer using IE8 or IE9?

Could you please provide a little more information about the high CPU problem. Does the high CPU usage happen very often? Have you made any recent hardware or software change before this issue started happening?

Download and run Process Explorer. Extract the files and then run the procexp.exe program. Monitor how many processes are running on the system and let me know which process is using all of the CPU usage.

Is the computer slow all the time or is it only slow when the computer has high CPU usage?

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Thank you trying to help me with my Sisters computer. The computer is running with IE8 The high CPU usage seems to be all the time since about a couple of weeks ago. The only hardware or software we installed was a logitech 525 webcam so we could use Skype. We are having problems with Skype as the calls are very distorted and the video is not clear at all. the speech is distorted and in slowmotion. We tried today to download the updates for skype but it did not help. For me to do the steps you ask I will have to get in to her computer via teamviewer so I can download and run Process Explorer. After that I can get back with you and hopefully tell you what you want to know about the processes.I know when I went in to Task Manager to see how many processes were running and it was 87. I amnot comfortable to end any of them since I dont know what it would do if I end any one. I will download the file and then I will get back with you. Thank you for helping me.

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On the Skype thing. What kind of connection are you using? Dialup, DSL Cable?

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I am using cable (ie roadrunner) and mySister is on DSL but through a router from the main computer.

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Ok. Post the contents of the procexp.txt file in your next reply when you get a chance so that I can actually see what processes are running on the computer. Having 87 processes running is definitely a lot for Windows 7 but hopefully we can determine which processes are slowing the system down.

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I do have a Question I downloaded the file on my computer to see how it works, but how do I copy all the progresses so I can put them in a text so you can see? I have never done anything like this. Also I would have to e-mail the list to myself once I copy since my Sister lives in Canada and I am in the states. So you see I have a little problem here. But I sure appreciate all the help you have provided so far. Thanks again. Well I tried to copy the files and then paste them into this message but it did not let me paste so how can I get the info to you so you can see?


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Once Process Explorer has been downloaded on the computer right click on the folder and click Extract All. Once the folder has been extracted open the Process Explorer folder. Right click on Procexp.exe and click Run as Administrator.

After Process Explorer opens click File< Save As. Save the text file on the desktop. Then e-mail the text file to your e-mail address. Open the procexp.txt file in your e-mail. After the text file is opened, copy and paste the contents here in your next reply.

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I have done this first steps so now I will open the file in my e-mail and copy so I can paste. Thank you so much for helping. I really appreciate what you are doing.



Process PID CPU Private Bytes Working Set Description Company Name
System Idle Process 0 0 K 24 K
System 4 3.49 540 K 157,596 K
Interrupts n/a 15.83 0 K 0 K Hardware Interrupts and DPCs
smss.exe 256 356 K 792 K
avgchsva.exe 376 < 0.01 40,904 K 348 K
csrss.exe 580 < 0.01 1,972 K 3,844 K
conhost.exe 2896 0.01 804 K 2,240 K
wininit.exe 640 1,284 K 3,696 K
services.exe 704 0.01 6,008 K 7,908 K
svchost.exe 880 0.67 3,848 K 7,892 K
LVPrS64H.exe 2596 1,232 K 3,912 K
COCIManager.exe 2416 0.02 4,080 K 9,024 K Camera Control Interface Logitech Inc.
dllhost.exe 3160 2,140 K 6,556 K
nvvsvc.exe 944 1,100 K 2,768 K
nvvsvc.exe 1204 0.01 2,576 K 6,372 K
svchost.exe 972 4,012 K 7,532 K
svchost.exe 1020 0.05 19,820 K 20,136 K
audiodg.exe 1092 6.03 29,984 K 28,624 K
svchost.exe 632 0.30 91,832 K 97,368 K
dwm.exe 1460 27.86 44,396 K 46,480 K Desktop Window Manager Microsoft Corporation
svchost.exe 896 0.42 17,932 K 28,828 K
taskeng.exe 2360 2,004 K 6,908 K Task Scheduler Engine Microsoft Corporation
CLMLSvc.exe 3212 0.08 21,688 K 3,948 K CyberLink MediaLibray Service CyberLink
UMVPFSrv.exe 1040 1,092 K 3,556 K
svchost.exe 1132 0.01 8,020 K 14,420 K
svchost.exe 1292 < 0.01 13,120 K 14,592 K
spoolsv.exe 1516 5,900 K 10,856 K
svchost.exe 1548 11,708 K 14,032 K
taskhost.exe 1584 7,768 K 9,260 K Host Process for Windows Tasks Microsoft Corporation
armsvc.exe 1840 1,124 K 3,376 K
agr64svc.exe 848 808 K 2,052 K
avgwdsvc.exe 1868 0.03 9,720 K 17,152 K
avgnsa.exe 2852 16,796 K 300 K
avgemca.exe 2876 2,396 K 6,324 K
HPDrvMntSvc.exe 2180 964 K 3,116 K
LSSrvc.exe 2204 1,160 K 3,352 K
LVPrcSrv.exe 2492 1,984 K 5,580 K
TeamViewer_Service.exe 2656 6.04 8,760 K 14,104 K
TeamViewer.exe 3432 0.21 17,632 K 19,220 K TeamViewer Remote Control Application TeamViewer GmbH
TeamViewer_Desktop.exe 5820 11.43 45,960 K 55,492 K
tv_w32.exe 3496 < 0.01 1,092 K 4,188 K
tv_x64.exe 4764 < 0.01 1,276 K 3,988 K
WlanWpsSvc.exe 2728 3,068 K 4,912 K
WLIDSVC.EXE 3004 0.01 5,564 K 13,296 K
WLIDSVCM.EXE 3176 1,000 K 2,428 K
AVGIDSAgent.exe 188 0.97 24,176 K 18,464 K
PresentationFontCache.exe 3796 26,756 K 19,096 K
svchost.exe 4016 < 0.01 6,768 K 14,556 K
SearchIndexer.exe 4080 < 0.01 33,536 K 25,072 K
SearchProtocolHost.exe 4968 < 0.01 3,196 K 6,564 K
SearchFilterHost.exe 4464 2,096 K 5,744 K
svchost.exe 3552 2,196 K 5,632 K
wmpnetwk.exe 4392 0.01 10,296 K 10,916 K
svchost.exe 4952 10,280 K 13,824 K
HPSA_Service.exe 4972 22,924 K 16,760 K
lsass.exe 736 0.19 4,416 K 10,140 K
lsm.exe 744 0.53 2,408 K 3,608 K
csrss.exe 652 0.11 6,372 K 11,480 K
winlogon.exe 752 2,468 K 4,872 K
explorer.exe 1472 0.13 53,476 K 64,704 K Windows Explorer Microsoft Corporation
SmartMenu.exe 1736 5,988 K 14,080 K SmartMenu
ipoint.exe 1760 0.02 8,400 K 17,552 K IPoint.exe Microsoft Corporation
dpupdchk.exe 1676 1,332 K 3,516 K dpupdchk.exe Microsoft Corporation
HPAdvisor.exe 1848 < 0.01 67,368 K 4,440 K HP Advisor Hewlett-Packard
GoogleToolbarNotifier.exe 1856 < 0.01 2,696 K 2,104 K GoogleToolbarNotifier Google Inc.
Skype.exe 1888 17.26 133,028 K 123,460 K Skype Skype Technologies S.A.
Vid.exe 1896 0.24 669,452 K 76,260 K Logitech Vid HD Logitech Inc.
wirelesscm.exe 1916 0.33 5,904 K 10,020 K D-Link WLAN Application D-Link Corp.
HoyleCardGames2005.exe 1032 2.80 43,368 K 26,288 K Hoyle Card Games 2005 Sierra Entertainment, Inc.
procexp.exe 3880 1,848 K 6,484 K Sysinternals Process Explorer Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com
procexp64.exe 4180 3.00 18,652 K 39,556 K Sysinternals Process Explorer Sysinternals - www.sysinternals.com
hpsysdrv.exe 1120 1,088 K 4,628 K hpsysdrv Hewlett-Packard
HP_Remote_Solution.exe 688 0.15 3,272 K 7,092 K HP Remote Solution Hewlett-Packard
hpwuschd2.exe 1216 1,152 K 4,660 K hpwuSchd Application Hewlett-Packard
avgtray.exe 1432 0.02 5,920 K 7,900 K AVG Tray Monitor AVG Technologies CZ, s.r.o.
AVGIDSMonitor.exe 2516 1.45 2,268 K 5,952 K
jusched.exe 1388 1,084 K 4,020 K Java(TM) Update Scheduler Sun Microsystems, Inc.
LWS.exe 552 6,676 K 11,920 K Logitech Webcam Software Logitech Inc.
CameraHelperShell.exe 2684 0.18 18,312 K 20,896 K Webcam Controller Logitech Inc.
avgrsa.exe 4768 0.04 1,356 K 488 K

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Thanks for posting the text file. Do you know which processes are causing the high CPU usage? I see that the computer is running AVG for security. IMO I would uninstall AVG and then install Microsoft Security Essentials which is much lighter on system resources than AVG is.

1. Click Start< Control Panel< Uninstall a Program and remove AVG and Google Toolbar. If your sister doesn't use any Windows Live programs then you can uninstall that as well. You can also uninstall any other programs that you know that your sister doesn't use.

2. Download and install Microsoft Security Essentials.

3. Download and run Autoruns. After you download the zipped folder on your desktop, right click the zipped folder and click Extract All. After the folder has been extracted open the regular folder. Run the autoruns.exe program by right clicking on it and selecting Run as Administrator. After you open the program click the Logon Tab. Uncheck the following items from startup: SmartMenu.exe, ipoint.exe, dpupdchk.exe, HPAdvisor.exe, HP_Remote_Solution.exe, hpwuschd2.exe, jusched.exe.

4. Reboot the computer and let me know how the computer is running.

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okay I did almost all the steps you mentioned but I did not find the file dpupdchk.exe and jusched.exe My Sister had to leave so I wont be able to let you know how the computer is running until she gets back. I went back into her computer to check the files you mentioned and I did find one other file ao I unchecked it. It was the jusched.exe which was for java update. I will let you know as soon as she comes back how it works. Thanks again for all your help.


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My sister came back and we tried to see if it did something to fix the problem. Well it did help a little but not very much. It still runs real slow. I told her the only other option we might have is to reinstall with a recovery disk and bring it to its original state. I am shying away from that because we have installed the wireless adapter and all the games that were downloaded from reflexive arcade which no longer is available to get the unlock codes for the games. I wish there was a way to do this without loosing anything. since my Sister is not at all computer savy I hate to go to that extreme. I am not that much better but at least I know a little more that she does. We did tried to restore the computer to an earlier time but it only gave us up to one and a half week where if we would have a bit more it might have been better since her problems are only about 2 month. When I ran Microsoft essentials it wiped out one of her games as it said it had a trojan horse but she had that game ever since we bought that computer which was last year in July and it never gave us any problem. I am a bit puzzled. so if you have any other suggestions it would be very appreciated. Thank you again for all the help you have givin me so far.

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Don't use the recovery disks to reinstall Windows yet.

Follow this series of steps below on the computer and if done right should help speed up the computer tremendously.

1. Click Start< Control Panel< Uninstall a Progam and uninstall any programs that you don't use.
2. In Control Panel under Programs and Features click the link that says Turn Windows Features On or Off and uncheck all the checkboxes except for Games, Internet Explorer 9, Media Features, Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5.1, Windows Gadget Platform, Windows Search, XPS Services and XPS Viewer. Click Ok when you are done. (If you use a Windows Feature that is listed then don't uncheck its checkbox)
3. Download and run ATF Cleaner. Save the program to your desktop. Right click it and select Run as Administrator. When it opens select all the checkboxes in the program then hit the empty selected button. Download it from here, ATF Cleaner.
4. Run Disk Cleanup. Click Start< All Programs< Accessories< System Tools< Right click Disk Cleanup and select Run as Administrator. Once Disk Cleanup finishes calculating how much space it can free up make sure that all the checkboxes are selected. Once all of those checkboxes are selected click the More Options tab and under System Restore and Shadow Copies click the Cleanup button. Click Clean up to delete all of the old System Restore points. Once thats done click the Ok button to perform the requested actions and click Yes when prompted to allow Disk Cleanup to remove unnecessary files on the computer.
5. Disable any Windows Services that you don't use by following Black Vipers Services Guide.
6. Download and run Auslogics Disk Defrag. Make sure to uncheck any toolbars in the installation wizard as they are not needed. After the installation finishes right click on the program and select Run as Administrator. When you open the program click on Settings< Defrag Priority and select High Priority. Then click on Settings< Program Settings< Algorithms Tab. Select the Delete temporary files before defragmenting checkbox and select the Move system files to the beginning on the disk checkbox. When done click Ok to close the Settings window. When you are ready to start the defragmentation process select the small down arrow next to the word Defrag and select Defrag and Optimize. The process could take a long time so please be patient. Download it from here, Auslogics Disk Defrag.
7. Download and run Quicksys RegDefrag. After you download the zipped folder on your desktop, right click the zipped folder and click Extract All. After the folder has been extracted open the regular folder. Run the QRegDefrag.exe program by right clicking on it and selecting Run as Administrator. When the program opens click the Defrag Registry button and then click the Analyze button. When the process finishes analyzing click the Defrag button followed by clicking the Restart button to finish the registry defrag process. Download it from here, QuickSys RegDefrag.
8. You can disable the Windows Aero Interface if you don't care about all of the glass effects and clear borders for a speed improvement, Disable Aero on Windows 7 or Vista.
9. Click Start< Right Click My Computer and click Properties. In the System Properties window click the Advanced system settings button< Under where it says Performance hit the settings button. In the Performance Options window click the Advanced tab and under Virtual Memory click the Change button. In the Virtual Memory window make sure your harddrive is selected and select the option that says System Managed Size and click the Set button. Now click Ok on the Virtual Memory window to close it. Now in the Performance Options window click the Date Execution Prevention tab and select the option that says Turn on DEP for all programs and services except those I select. After thats done click Ok on all the windows to close them out and reboot the computer.
10. Take a look at these simple tweaks to decrease the delay time when opening menus, How to Speed up the Menu Show Delay Time in Windows 7, How to Change the Mouse Hover Time before Pop-up Displays in Windows 7.

Let me know how the computer is doing after performing the above steps.


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I will have to wait until saturday to do these steps since I have to go to work for the next 3 days. I hope that will be okay with you. I would be a bit to tired after work to doing such a delicate operation long distance so I hope you dont mind waiting until saturday. thank you for being patient with me.

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