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CPU Load at 100% and 49 degrees at desktop

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March 9, 2013 7:32:16 PM

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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a b B Homebuilt system
a c 192 à CPUs
March 9, 2013 7:38:10 PM

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?

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Please Help

bring up task manager see what using all the cpu power and force quit it. then run malware and anti virus scan.
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March 9, 2013 7:38:57 PM

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


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March 9, 2013 7:44:24 PM

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.
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March 9, 2013 7:54:19 PM

Oh, I fixed it, thanks for the help though.
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May 27, 2013 11:59:01 AM

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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