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explorer uses all my cpu power when running flash player or java

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Bahamut, Sep 20, 2004.

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  1. Bahamut

    Bahamut Thread Starter

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    my comps specs:
    640 mb ram
    750mhz
    win xp
    internet explorer 6
    sp1 installed

    The problem is that everytime i go to a site like
    http://www.square-enix.co.jp/dvd/ff7ac, my comp starts to load the page (very slowly) and then stops responding and i end up having to end explorer.exe. With java runtime environment v1.4.2_05 when i play a game using java the game laggs badly. At first i thought it was a virus/spyware of some sort so i scaned my system with ad-aware se, stinger, and spybot-search and destroy. It came up with some things and i cleaned them up. But after doing all that i still had the same problem. I have been stuck on this for about 4 days any help would be very appreciated. Also as a side note i have a LAN internet connetion 100mb/s, and noticed a older version of java in a hijack this log. Thanks for your time.
     
  2. 5mi11er

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    Java can get messed up pretty easily. I have a laptop that basically needs to be reloaded because the M$ version of java that comes with IE was damaged when uninstalling a version of Sun's JRE. Reinstalling java hasn't fixed any of my issues.

    If you've got a third version of java, or spy ware has corrupted things, you might want to think about a total system reinstall. But try doing some winsock fixes etc before you do that. You never know, you might get lucky...

    -Scott
     
  3. Bahamut

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    thanks
     
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