Slow down possibly since upgrade KB4056892


  1. Posts : 35
    windows 10
       #1

    Slow down possibly since upgrade KB4056892


    Accessing files to a screen opening is taking way longer than it used to ! This seems to have developed in the last month Screen shot attached may help If someone knows how to interpret
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  2. Posts : 35,446
    Win 10 Pro (21H2) (2nd PC is 21H2)
       #2

    Hi, explorer.exe shouldn't be using any significant CPU, but is at the top of your list.
    Which program does Trayststatus.exe belong to?

    Do you have both IOLO with its AV and Zone Alarm and its AV installed- or just one active real time AV scanner?

    Accessing files to a screen opening
    - example please?
    Do you mean
    - browsing with file explorer
    - opening a file e.g. with some program that displays its content?

    There are numerous possibilities e.g.
    explorer.exe high CPU usage - tried everything I can think of Solved - Windows 7 Help Forums
    (Ok it's a Win 7 example, but just shows...)

    Or could be malware. E.g.
    Explorer.exe high CPU usage, probably not malware - TechSpot Forums
    (You need to read down to about 2/3 through the first page and on).
    Then run malware cleaners such as Bitdefender, Malwarebytes, Adwcleaner

    Might be a file system or disk problem:Check your disk:
    HDD Sentinel (trial)
    chkdsk C: /scan

    Compare Safe Mode and a clean boot.
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  3. Posts : 35
    windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #3

    Been a while Tray status report was a helper program which I have removed with some improvement but explorer.exe still is very busy

    Any request to open a program or once in a browser was running very slow & cpu WAS tracking almost 100% all the time. Will dig deeper as time permits

    Disc check looks good


    dalchina said:
    Hi, explorer.exe shouldn't be using any significant CPU, but is at the top of your list.
    Which program does Trayststatus.exe belong to?

    Do you have both IOLO with its AV and Zone Alarm and its AV installed- or just one active real time AV scanner?


    - example please?
    Do you mean
    - browsing with file explorer
    - opening a file e.g. with some program that displays its content?

    There are numerous possibilities e.g.
    explorer.exe high CPU usage - tried everything I can think of Solved - Windows 7 Help Forums
    (Ok it's a Win 7 example, but just shows...)

    Or could be malware. E.g.
    Explorer.exe high CPU usage, probably not malware - TechSpot Forums
    (You need to read down to about 2/3 through the first page and on).
    Then run malware cleaners such as Bitdefender, Malwarebytes, Adwcleaner

    Might be a file system or disk problem:Check your disk:
    HDD Sentinel (trial)
    chkdsk C: /scan

    Compare Safe Mode and a clean boot.
      My Computer


  4. Posts : 857
    windows 10
       #4

    Hi,


    You need to record a trace to know what's causing this high CPU usage. Here is what you have to do:


    • Open a command line as Administrator;
    • Type this command "wpr -start generalprofile -start CPU"; this will start trace recording.
    • While recording the trace, try to work on your system for about 2 minutes.
    • Then type this command to stop trace recording "wpr -stop C:\Temp\MyTrace.etl". Make sure the folder where you record the trace exist.
    • Compress the resulting file (Important)
    • Share it through https://www.transfernow.net/en/ or any other file sharing platform.


    I'llanalyze your trace file and give you a feedback.

    See you
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  5. Posts : 35
    windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #5

    Tried but errors = does not perform


    wpr -start generalprofile -start CPU Are there perhaps some spaces that need to be entered after first start ? after generalprofile? before CPU?
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  6. Posts : 857
    windows 10
       #6

    Is your OS Windows 10 ?
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  7. Posts : 35
    windows 10
    Thread Starter
       #7

    Windows 10


    With all updates I think
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  8. Posts : 857
    windows 10
       #8

    Did you run this command in elevated mode (As an administrator) ?

    You have to open the command line as Administrator in order to run launch the trace...
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  9. Posts : 34
    win 10
       #9

    Did you actually manage to download and install KB4056892? I'm assuming you are not running an AMD processor?

    I'm one of the unlucky few (more like thousands) who has experienced the dreaded BSOD due this Microsoft/AMD cock-up which I had assumed was still unresolved apart from Intel procs?

    It wouldn't surprise me at all find this is still the culprit for your problems.
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