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Computer CPU and Ram Usage Issues.

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#1 IceePolar


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Posted 17 May 2017 - 06:13 PM

Hello everyone! I just joined this forum because I have been having some issues with my PC. It is a HP all in one with a Celeron Dual Core (J1800) I graduate high school soon and plan on getting a job to replace it but this is what I have for now. I have an issue which I am going to explain.



Okay, I know the CPU isn't that great and that the PC it only has 4GB of ram, but here is the issue..

When I turn on my PC to use it for games or whatever, the CPU usage is extremely high with tons of random processes running. I have screenshots attached below. Once I close most of them out by hand (The ones it lets me close out) the CPU usage goes down to <10% and the ram hovers around 40%. It is very tedious and aggravating because randomly it will spike back up and will lag when I am playing a game or something. I have tried using Malware and Virus removal programs as well as Virus removal and boost programs. I am lost and don't know what to do..

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Posted 17 May 2017 - 10:34 PM

If you have some Ram Usage problem, you can check for your RAM problems by running Windows Memory Diagnostic or using Memtest86+.

Download and use Memtest86+ by click here

If any errors are found this means that your RAM is causing Windows issue. In this case, I highly recommend you turn off your computer and then remove your RAM stick and install it again properly.

#3 IceePolar

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Posted 18 May 2017 - 02:07 PM

Okay, I will try but my ram isn't the issue,its the processes that are running that I don't need nor know why they are running that are sucking up my ram and CPU

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