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Explorer.exe Running At 100% Cpu Usage At Startup
It looks like you may have had something a little different. Also look for a new iexplorer reg entry along with a fake Explorer folder. I have this happening on a workstation now, and am desparate to fix this issue. I did a clean... have a peek here
permalinkembedsave[–]oddie121 0 points1 point2 points 2 years ago(4 children)I figured i'd post this here as well in case others are searching for this. But only when connected to the internet. So, i click shut down and i restart it. Copy and this and then post this in your topic.
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- Without it, you wouldn't be able to do anything on your computer.
- But the problem is, the windows explorer is taking up 20% CPU all time even peaks to 25-30%.
- Thanks samtt; TDSskiller worked a treat, I have been sitting watching task manager while online waiting for he CPU % to explode but it's fine.
- This worked for me, thanks Samtt.
- It will kill every single running process except those that your computer needs to stay alive before scanning.
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