DPC floods. Would ESET be a cause?

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by KarlBeer, Oct 9, 2008.

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  1. KarlBeer

    KarlBeer Registered Member

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    Getting CPU at 10% activity at idol no matter what I do.
    No Processes are using this cpu load.

    Haven't changed a thing.

    thanks for advise
     
  2. RJurjevic

    RJurjevic Registered Member

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    You should be able to see in Windows Task Manager which processes are using the CPU.
     
  3. KarlBeer

    KarlBeer Registered Member

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    Tell me where I can get a utility to read DPC floods.?
    These aren't registered by any app.!
    Process Explorer reports 10% constant now.
    thanks
     
  4. nick s

    nick s Registered Member

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    In the past, I have had good results using Microsoft's RATTV3 to track down the cause of DPC floods.

    Nick
     
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