Window 7 slow

I format my computer and next do updates and this happens: when i boot for the first time CPU are 100% using and if i shut down and boot again pc its normal. And this happens again on next day if i boot i cant do nothing because CPU 100% and its very very very slow but if i shut down and boot again its normal.
But CPU only are on 100% when appear desktop.

(sorry for my english) :sweat:
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  1. Windows may be completing configurations, finishing up installation and/or cleaning up after itself.

    Depending what the update was and what you have running, it may also need to index etc

    leave it for 10 or 15 minutes and see if the cpu usage drops
  2. I do that for one hour..
    and one thing weird i dont have restore point and i do one when.
  3. Check for the virus, as it is one of the signs of infection.

    Run #1 and than #2 @ Simple and free guide to removing malware
  4. oh and i format my PC likes 5 times because when do updates freeze all the time on window 7 when starting. and on this time i do like 10 updates then more 10 updates then 10 updates and work but now its broke again.
    I think this only happen when i shut down and say need do updates and when i turn on on next day PC slow
  5. If dont understand anything ask
  6. nikorr said:
    Check for the virus, as it is one of the signs of infection.

    Run #1 and than #2 @ Simple and free guide to removing malware



    I will try =)
  7. ok done my PC dont have malware
  8. OK, post your specs...

    CPU:
    RAM: with link please.
    Motherboard:
    GPU:
    PSU:
    HDD: /SSD
  9. CPU:Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU T4400 @ 2.20GHz 2.2 GHz
    RAM: 4GB
    Motherboard:
    GPU: ATI Mobility Radeon HD4500 Series
    PSU:
    HDD: ver 1.00PARTTBL

    hm i did 2# and find somethings.
    Now i need to wait for tomorrow to see if work or not
  10. This is most likely a hardware issue or you have not installed the drivers for a particular part of the system. Which bit of hardware is anyones guess. When CPU goes to 100% can you please do a Ctrl + Alt+Del and go to the processes tab and let us know which process is hogging the processor time.

    Thanks

    J
  11. jamesmcuk said:
    This is most likely a hardware issue or you have not installed the drivers for a particular part of the system. Which bit of hardware is anyones guess. When CPU goes to 100% can you please do a Ctrl + Alt+Del and go to the processes tab and let us know which process is hogging the processor time.

    Thanks

    J



    Its impossible open ctrl + alt +del pc freeze hard
  12. hmm i install drives i do scans and happens the samething today i turn on and again i try to open ctrl+alt+del and say 99% cpu free (1% task manager) i think my CPU are broked
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