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NT Kernel & System

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#1 Brandon P

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Posted 10 December 2010 - 02:15 PM

Does anyone have a solution for the NT Kernel & System eating up CPU? Right now its jumping from 8% to 20% and its lagging my computer down. I've searched everywhere for solutions and no one can seem to figure this out. I'm on a fresh install of Vista and I've run all of the Windows updates as well as both Service Packs. I've run Process Monitor and Process Explorer but I'm really not sure what I'm looking for. I've moved the page file to my other drive thinking that would help with performance, but this thing is still sucking up CPU. The only way to fix it is to restart the computer. The command "sfc /scannow" found no problems. I'm at a loss here. What should I do? Any help is appreciated.

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