I keep getting a High CPU usage alert and I don't know what it means or how to fix it.
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These alerts usually involve a CPQU or hard drive intensive process that is running and using a high amount of system resources.
There is usually nothing wrong with your system. It is just a way for you to track how your system in case you do have some problem. It is usually just for a short period of time.
peterweb wrote:These alerts usually involve a CPQU or hard drive intensive process that is running and using a high amount of system resources.There is usually nothing wrong with your system. It is just a way for you to track how your system in case you do have some problem. It is usually just for a short period of time.
I have a fairly adequate system, although now it's probably a fossil * lol * , and i will occasionally see the "High Useage" popup message when I'm multi-tasking, particularly when I'm using one of my DVD burners.
I've not seen it popup when I'm doing normal everyday surfing, with Outlook open and a few other apps open at the same time.
I thought about disabling the Norton popup but its appearance is brief and I like to be informed by the Norton popup's in the Tray.
Here's my PC specs:
Processor : Intel i5 650 Dual Core 3.20 GHz Cache 4MB Threads: 4
HDD: SEAGATE BARRACUDA (3ea) 3.5” INTERNAL 1Tb 16 MB 7200RPM, 64MB, SATA III 6Gb/s
Mother Bd : ASUS PRO P7P55D-E
Memory : Corsair 8GB DDR3 1600 MHz
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