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I noticed my resource monitor was reporting 100% CPU usage. I couldn't get it to drop so I did a completely clean install of a legitimate copy of Windows 10 and the only thing I've installed was Google Chrome. Even before I did that I've still had 100% CPU usage. WHAT THE FUCK?

Any recommendations for a fix beyond the things on the first page of Google?
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Install Windows 7 or install Gentoo
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>>61877554
so this is what you gotta do:

install ramdisk cleaner and then clean computer

also install all updates
and your set
should work
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Even more odd, the System Idle Process shows 95+ which should indicate the CPU not being used correct?
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Just see whatever is using up the cpu and then end it anon, not very difficult
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>>61877605

Forgot the image. This is basically the only thing showing CPU usage.
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>>61877609

I've already done that. Nothing is showing any usage at all. That's why I posted here.
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just end the task desu
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Another oddity: Process Explorer shows > 5% CPU usage. As does Performance Monitor. Task Manager still shows 100% usage however.
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>>61877719

See here: >>61877631

and here: >>61877732
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>>61877732

Sorry, less than 5% not more than 5%.
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>>61877605
windows doesnt show everything thats going on lmao
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you do realize you have to click the cpu column for it to actually organize by usage
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Yes, I realize this. I've done that just not in that specific screenshot.

I'd gone through the first page of Google results trying everything ending with reinstalling Windows 10 cleanly. Apparently the issue was somewhere in my BIOS though as I just updated it to the latest version and Task Manager is reporting normal CPU usage now.




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