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ntkmlpa.exe CPU Spikes

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#1 Sleepieyed


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Posted 03 September 2009 - 01:54 PM

*EDIT* I looked up ntkmlpa.exe and it turns out I misread the process explorer font and it's actually ntkrnlpa.exe

I'm having random cpu usage spikes. I used process explorer to find out it was ntkmlpa.exe which has something to do with the Nvidia drivers that I have. I'm using a Geforce 6600.

I downloaded the modder.net and modified the drivers but that didn't work. After I modified the drivers I would install the drivers like normal. Every time I try to install it, it won't ever install. I can get through the installation just fine but my drivers aren't installed.

I'm able to install the drivers normally without the modder.net but if I modify the drivers before installation it won't install.

This spike is making my mouse lag for 1/4 a second every 3 seconds approximately. That makes it impossible to play an fps or browse the internet.

Any other ways I can go about fixing this issue?

Edited by Sleepieyed, 03 September 2009 - 06:35 PM.

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