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xfaa!!!!!? The single "actual" reduction in CPU usage is from ensuring that ProcessPendingReads() and _EnsureThatWeAreReadingWisely() are called only once per ProcessIdle instead of once every 1500 bytes. Jul 16, 2008 #17 Hendo Well-Known Member I must admit, I am with Large Format on this one. I've never done this except under extreme circumstances and then only as a desperate last measure to try and save a hard drive!

HXWinThreadMessageSink::CreateActualWindow() calls RegisterClass() with the window that seems to be used for passing messages around. If you want to see absolutely every dll that your computer is running, then ShellExView (Freeware) produces a long list. If it is sometime since you did this it would be worth doing anyway. xfaa!!!!!?

Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. I guess this isn't exactly a timer; I'm not familiar with this particular corner of the Win32 API. Similarly, the RAF provides ejector seats in all its fighter aircraft for use in certain situations but I imagine that you'd have your handlebar moustache summarily shaved if you routinely used The changes below ensure that >>>> ProcessPendingReads() is only called from ProcessIdle().

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Network Services creates this "HelixMessageWindow" that seems to be a fake(?) window just so events can be passed around. Jul 15, 2008 #9 Benchista Which Tyler Precisely. License side of things... Risposta a una domanda Sony vegas?

Puoi caricare solo una foto (png, jpg, jpeg) o un video (3gp, 3gpp, mp4, mov, avi, mpg, mpeg, rm). A kludgey way would be something like "if system >>>> CPU% over the last second is greater than 80% then throttle back >>>> throughput". >>>> >>>> Second -- in order for Thought I had success but the dam message came back as soon as I opened a few sites Decided it needed a more logical approach and so turned computer on and ho provato a cercare una qualche cartella con nome helix ma non esiste.

Kyuzo14-05-2010, 08:[email protected]&Kekkul: fate girare ComboFix (prima, in modalitÓ provvisoria) e MBAM (dopo, in modalitÓ normale), per accertarvi che i vostri PC non siano infetti. What's Wallpaper hanging got to do with Putters anyhow, Did i miss a lesson or two ???????????? So read from the >>>> socket >>>> - IHXBuffer* pReadBuffer = NULL; >>>> - retVal = m_pSocket->Read(&pReadBuffer); >>>> - if (HXR_OK == retVal) >>>> - { >>>> - HandleSocketRead(retVal, pReadBuffer); >>>> Altre domande ┬┐ayudaa xfaa!!!

These three will almost certainly get the information you require, but you must look up all suspicious names first on Google to see what they actually do before stopping or deleting Many thanks to Henry, Eric, Liam, and Dean. --Bob On Wednesday, September 22, 2004, at 08:51 AM, Henry Ping wrote: > My understanding of EventPending() is that it's called from the y a q se debe el q salga?? miren cuando voi a apagar el ordenador casi siempre me sale un mensaje en el q pone Helix Message Window y me dice q el programa no se a podido finalizar

You are entitled to your own opinions, and they are only that, but to present a few quotes giving the other view: "Often problems are encountered within Windows that seem to This >>>> allows the relatively cheap HandleSocketRead() to happen from any >>>> old timer, but prevents ProcessIdle() from being starved. >>>> >>>> This change also has a sanity check where if But most CPU-intensive processing will take place from >>>> ProcessIdle(). >>>> >>>> The performance problems that were noticed happen mainly because >>>> of two major reasons and one (now) minor reason. y a q se debe el q salga??

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Let's not make this a cut'n'paste war. Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Budapest Budapest Bleepin' Cynic Moderator 23,517 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Local time:06:10 AM Posted 07 April Jul 15, 2008 #1 grouse Well-Known Member Seeing as I've got an internet connection with the speed of more or less zero (it's 0.6 thingies - whatever the speed is measured

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Quotato Kyuzo ;) In pi¨ prima di lanciare i software suggeriti da kyuzo, dovete disattivare Ripristino config di sistema. If it is sometime since you did this it would be worth doing anyway.Click to expand... Can we still play > high-bitrate video via http on higher-end machines OK? Difference of opinions and all that...

The ProcessIdle that was being starved on lower end machines was basically having a gap of eleven to fourteen seconds before it was first called, before these changes. cosa posso fare? CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here.

A clean install with the latest drivers, makes windows run like new. It plays open media formats, like Ogg Vorbis and Theora, H.261, H.263, GIF, JPEG, PNG, RealText and SMIL. The >>>> first calls ProcessIdle() (if a callback has been set up); the >>>> second is networking-related and calls EventPending(). >>>> >>>> (I'll be referring to these as "the ProcessIdle timer" I always found this a perfectly pleasant way of whiling away three or four days, and we weren't allowed to play games at work anyway so it didn't really matter if

Discorsi senza senso o inopportuni, contenuti per adulti, spam, insulti ad altri iscritti,visualizza altro Penso che questa domanda violi i Termini del Servizio Contenuti inopportuni su minori, violenza o minacce, molestie For now, unless somebody thinks >> otherwise, I'll leave it at zero because I've never seen playback >> fail from calling ProcessIdle too frequently; and if necessary I can >> revisit b) You are enough of a PC nut to enjoy fiddling with your computer almost as much as actually using it to do something. Looking at my task manager there appears to be nothing running so my query is what the heck is this helix thingie as it's annoying to have to tell it twice

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