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  1.    24 Jun 2016 #11
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    Okay I will try that out.
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  2.    24 Jun 2016 #12
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    Hi Friends Word wide.

    Some comments on my problem CPU running suddenly 100% In 3 LAPTOPS!?

    I have 3 laptops, all running Win 10. No big problems this far.
    Suddenly it happened! All 3 laptops stopped normal working, but went to a state where CPU was running in the background 100%! What could I do - nothing! (RAM usage was 'normal some 50%).

    * I have installed * Antivir Pro, 'Windows protect of cource', SkyHunter and 'others'.
    * Of course I did run all those 'malware/virus checks' - hopeless!
    * Then I thought that I had not tried Kaspersky (I was once a client, but left it 'for some reason I don't remember'
    * Ok - downloaded Kaspersky's free KVRT and run it-----
    -on my main laptop it took 1 day + 3 hours to do the test, it found 29 threads, BUT
    - during the last seconds my main laptop booted suddenly by it self!!!??
    - I was of coerce shocked - 'almost 2 days spent for 'nothing'?!

    - I relaxed, kept the laptop quiet for half an hours, and
    - new boot! Almost ' nothing happened' first - after a wait -come
    On screen (CMD 'Dos') display: - cleanup started-----?????
    What is this???

    BUT!!! After some 20 minutes there was a message:
    Just boot, your PC is ok, 'go on, use it'!

    Absolutely fantastic remedy! All 'huge problems gone'!

    ? Why did those 'famous''Antivir' SW find, 'nothing/anyting', if free Kaspersky
    found 29 and cured them all!!!? And put the pc in working!"
    Please do not even ask if I'm a Kaspersky customer again!

    Very best regards

    Erkki Koskimo

    Helsinki Finland

    p.s. I think I' not a newcomer in PC's etc. 'just some 50 + years experience!
    and daily almost 7/24 practice, but this was really something I faced the first time =
    'a 'virus etc.' hitting 3 separate laptops the same time! (All 3 are on my internal 4G 'homegroup'.

    My final message being, If I used 3 famous 'virus-/malware' SW to solve my really severe problem, and they ALL gave negative results:
    - is there some better protection available?

    erkki
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  3.    24 Jun 2016 #13
    Join Date : Jun 2016
    Posts : 25
    Windows 10 32bit
    Thread Starter

    Quote Originally Posted by KOSKIMO View Post
    Hi Friends Word wide.

    Some comments on my problem CPU running suddenly 100% In 3 LAPTOPS!?

    I have 3 laptops, all running Win 10. No big problems this far.
    Suddenly it happened! All 3 laptops stopped normal working, but went to a state where CPU was running in the background 100%! What could I do - nothing! (RAM usage was 'normal some 50%).

    * I have installed * Antivir Pro, 'Windows protect of cource', SkyHunter and 'others'.
    * Of course I did run all those 'malware/virus checks' - hopeless!
    * Then I thought that I had not tried Kaspersky (I was once a client, but left it 'for some reason I don't remember'
    * Ok - downloaded Kaspersky's free KVRT and run it-----
    -on my main laptop it took 1 day + 3 hours to do the test, it found 29 threads, BUT
    - during the last seconds my main laptop booted suddenly by it self!!!??
    - I was of coerce shocked - 'almost 2 days spent for 'nothing'?!

    - I relaxed, kept the laptop quiet for half an hours, and
    - new boot! Almost ' nothing happened' first - after a wait -come
    On screen (CMD 'Dos') display: - cleanup started-----?????
    What is this???

    BUT!!! After some 20 minutes there was a message:
    Just boot, your PC is ok, 'go on, use it'!

    Absolutely fantastic remedy! All 'huge problems gone'!

    ? Why did those 'famous''Antivir' SW find, 'nothing/anyting', if free Kaspersky
    found 29 and cured them all!!!? And put the pc in working!"
    Please do not even ask if I'm a Kaspersky customer again!

    Very best regards

    Erkki Koskimo

    Helsinki Finland

    p.s. I think I' not a newcomer in PC's etc. 'just some 50 + years experience!
    and daily almost 7/24 practice, but this was really something I faced the first time =
    'a 'virus etc.' hitting 3 separate laptops the same time! (All 3 are on my internal 4G 'homegroup'.

    My final message being, If I used 3 famous 'virus-/malware' SW to solve my really severe problem, and they ALL gave negative results:
    - is there some better protection available?

    erkki
    Can you please make your own post and not post on my thread.........

    I went to install the VGA driver but it said, you are about to install drivers that were older than the ones already installed. Should I do this?
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  4.    24 Jun 2016 #14
    Join Date : Nov 2015
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    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 1709 Build 16299.98

    I went to install the VGA driver but it said, you are about to install drivers that were older than the ones already installed. Should I do this?
    You can always update again later, this is just a test to see if makes a difference by using the manufacturers recommended driver.
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  5.    24 Jun 2016 #15
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    Okay sounds good. I will try it and post back here what the results are.
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  6.    27 Jun 2016 #16
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    Quote Originally Posted by philc43 View Post
    Try the ASRock provided VGA driver and see if that makes any difference
    I am still freezing up same way, through the browsers at random times, doesn't matter what website.
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  7.    27 Jun 2016 #17
    Join Date : Nov 2015
    Posts : 2,953
    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 1709 Build 16299.98

    OK, time to do some more tests and troubleshooting. I am not sure if this is a browser issue of if it is simply that you use browsers a lot and that puts stress on your PC.

    There are some stress tests you can run for the CPU and GPU that will find out if your system has a problem.

    Prime95 - Stress Test Your CPU

    FurMark - GPU Stress Test

    You should also test your memory to make sure that it is not faulty: MemTest86+ - Test RAM

    Work your way through these tests and report back.
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  8.    27 Jun 2016 #18
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    Thread Starter

    1. Stress Test of CPU had no errors on both cores. I let is pass over 5 times for that.
    2. GPU test I was unsure of what to look for hahaha, but it seemed to go fine? Here is an image.
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    3. The memory test went all fine too with no errors, and yes I let it go more than 8 times.
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  9.    27 Jun 2016 #19
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    64bit Win 10 Pro ver 1709 Build 16299.98

    The memory test normally takes several hours to run 8 passes so I'm not sure what you did? Refer to the screenshot below, you need to wait until you see 8 in the pass box highlighted.

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    The Prime95 test should also be run for 3 hours, if you read the tutorial you will see this and also the warning to check on temperatures.

    Similarly for the GPU test.
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  10.    27 Jun 2016 #20
    Join Date : Jun 2016
    Posts : 25
    Windows 10 32bit
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    I don't have that kind of time because it is a business computer, my dad's main computer he uses. I really don't think it has anything to do with the CPU, RAM or GPU. They all worked fine on Windows 7 and never had one issue.

    Edit: It seems to freeze once at the beginning of the day and then doesn't do it for the rest of the day. Could there be a problem with sleep mode?
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