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Processor like EKG?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Lynx89, Oct 28, 2011.

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  1. Lynx89

    Lynx89 Thread Starter

    Aug 25, 2011
    I do not know if this is hardware issue or software. But just before 5 days my ASUS notebook started to behave like this and now even this on which I write this message. On both I have Windows 7 Home Premium SP1 installed. Some have reported that SP1 is slowing their computers down. Now I am really puzzled. Because I do not believe that both have malfunctioned in 5 days and with only chat, msn, internet and videos stressing them. I have Norton IS 2012 and I haven't virused notebooks with something. On the other I have installed fresh new Win 7 Home Premium SP1, but there is same result in task manager as with this one. I really wouldn't be happy if both have malfunctioned processors. And I wonder how could they die so early? Maybe on Linux Ubuntu it wouldn't be the case? I do not know... But it worked fine on this PC until.. yesterday 01:00. So I attached photos and processes. Maybe you can help me? Maybe some Win 7 update just destroyed performance of notebooks?

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