CPU Load at 100% and 49 degrees at desktop

I just turned my computer on this morning, and i was ready to continue gaming, when i noticed that my CPU load was 100% when i am at the desktop doing nothing at all.

I put it to sleep and when out for a few hours, and when i came back i woke my computer. It is still at 100% CPU load and around 50 degrees.

What is happening?



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  1. trentls said:
    I just turned my computer on this morning, and i was ready to continue gaming, when i noticed that my CPU load was 100% when i am at the desktop doing nothing at all.

    I put it to sleep and when out for a few hours, and when i came back i woke my computer. It is still at 100% CPU load and around 50 degrees.

    What is happening?

    http://farm9.staticflickr.com/8106/8542175003_36b7251d16_m.jpg

    Please Help

    bring up task manager see what using all the cpu power and force quit it. then run malware and anti virus scan.
  2. smorizio said:
    bring up task manager see what using all the cpu power and force quit it. then run malware and anti virus scan.


    Okay Thanks
  3. Looks looks like something called period_search_10000_windows_x86_64.exe is putting a big load on my CPU. There are 4 of them and they all are doing 25%. When i end one, it come back in a few seconds.

    I'm running a scan now.
  4. Oh, I fixed it, thanks for the help though.
  5. ahh
    having the same issue with the same cause (period_search_10000_windows_x86_64.exe) Bionc doing its thing .
    just in case some one else looking at same issue . I fixed by Re-setting > Do Work After Idle 0 ( means will always run regardless of what your doing at the time ) to 15 mins idle

    In Bionc Manager > Tools > Computer Preferences > Do Work After Idle =0 > to What ever time you want
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