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I would say go online and get the Yahoo toolbar with antispy, and windows defender (both are free) and run full scans. If not there might be a corruption in windows. If that is the case I would recommend a Reformat.
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I have installed Microsoft Defender and done a full system scan. It found no problems. I have had EZ Antivirus scan lsass.exe, and no virus was found. (I also have run SpyBot.)
Is there some program that logs disk access (reads and writes)? That would be the definitive diagnostic tool for what is what is causing frequent drive access.
My new computer has always had this problem, of excessive hard drive usage, from the first day we set it up.
I don稚 want to jump to conclusions, but it is still the case that when the rest of my computer appears idle, Windows Task Manager reports that only lsass.exe is doing I/O writes, which is very suspicious.
I guess I値l have to find out what conditions determine the degree of lsass.exe activity. Perhaps there are configuration options for it somewhere.
Any advice welcomed.
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