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100% cpu usage bug

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    I have Windows XP, D820 Latitude (dell laptop), 2gig ram.

    pretty much since I've had my laptop, 1.5 yrs. My will work fine with games and videos fine, but after about five minutes or so it starts to slow down and goes to 100% cpu usage. After a minute or so it will return to normal usage but then after a little while it will return to 100% and it fluctuates like that.

    The usage comes from system, and with in system, services for the most part, other random programs will take up usage that aren't even being used. Also agent.exe will pop up and leave when it becomes very slow also.
     

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    bump, please anyone?
     
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    bump again...
     
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    bump to the right
     
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