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Old 05-21-2010, 02:36 AM   #1
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Default "system 4" using up my cpu between 40 & 100%

I am new here
Right so i was sat watching a movie on my acer aspire 5536 and the sound got all jumpy and broken so i checked the performance on the task manager andit said cpu was running at about 90%.
So i started googling and came accross a software called process manager, and that told me that a program called system 4 was using between 40 and 100% of my cpu, what is system 4? How do i solve this problame?
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You might have found on othe forums removing the battery fixes this but i have already tried that,
My computer doesnt get hot
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Old 05-23-2010, 09:24 PM   #2
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Default Re: "system 4" using up my cpu between 40 & 100%

Go to the Processes tab in the Task Manager. Under the CPU column, check for processes other than System Idle Process that uses a lot of CPU.
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