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how to turn off system idle process coz it absoloutely disturb my downloading files!!


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06-Dec-2008, 09:40 AM #1
how to turn off system idle process coz it absoloutely disturb my downloading files!!
when im downloading some of my files and.. leave my pc for 20-30mins

theres something blue screen in my system and need to restart
its big trouble for me.. how to fix it..

when i run task manager i see in my processes theres a system idle process on it..but it is not there before... i dont know why

so how can i turn it off and disable it?
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06-Dec-2008, 09:42 AM #2
That process belongs.
I would not make any effort to disable it.
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06-Dec-2008, 09:47 AM #3
System Idle is the amount NOT being used. It is the amount available.



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06-Dec-2008, 10:21 AM #4
okay.. okay..

but anyone have idea to solve my problem when im leaving alone my pc for 20-30mins my computer turns to blue screen and saying some
error blah.. blah.. i forgot what that.... and restarting...

help.. huhuhu T_T
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06-Dec-2008, 10:25 AM #5
System Idle Process is simply polling for requests from software/hardware. It's like a worker saying, "What do you want me to do next, boss?"

In order for you to get help, we need to know what the blue screen is telling you. The next time you see it, take pencil and paper and write down everything, then post that message.
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06-Dec-2008, 10:51 AM #6
http://forums.techguy.org/general-se...-computer.html

here i have search over and i found relatively same on my problem

guys how can i find it? like this guy posted in that link

[quote]Go to the following registry key: HKEY_USERS\S-
Quote:
1-5-21-2951699501-439549582-1499035377-1006\Software\Microsoft\windows\current version\policies\system
(Yours might not have the exact same numbers on the end)
In that key there is a NoDispBackgroundPage and a NoDispScrSavPage...the value should be zero.
i try to find it on regedit.
\Software\Microsoft\windows\current version\policies\system


but i only found
\Software\Microsoft\windows\current version\policies\explorer and the

option for this i found is NoDriveTypeAutoRun i cant find NoDispBackgroundPage and NoDispScrSavPage
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06-Dec-2008, 11:04 AM #7
You need to post the error message you're getting on your blue screen.

Trying to solve "relatively same" problem could just make matters worse.
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06-Dec-2008, 12:17 PM #8
okay.. ill try.. i will wait my pc again to do not nothing for 30mins lol..

i try to post it asap..
thnx
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