znutar Posted June 19, 2007 Report Share Posted June 19, 2007 I have an unusual problem that I have not seen mentioned in the forums. Recently, when I run utorrent, the system process (not system.exe the trojan, but the actual windows system process), eats anywhere from 50-80% of my cpu cycles when utorrent in on. This is not related to the avast P2P shield and I have shut down other non-essential processes to see if they are the issue and they are not.This problem also manifests when I am web browsing and trying to watch some types of inline video files, often flash based. However, even when the browser is shut down and only utorrent is running, I still have the issue with the system processs chewing up cpu cycles. There are a ton of dlls associated with this process and it is essential and can't be turned off. BTW, utorrent seems to use anywhere from 8-20% of the cpu cycles during a session, which seems a bit high...Anyway, my system is a Compaq, AMD turion 64 notebook (1.8 GHz) with 1.25 Gb of ram.Any help would be appreciated. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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