Thread: CPU 100%
- 07-06-2004 06:01 AM #1somehelp678Guest
i have windows XP, 2.6 Ghz pentium and 512mb Ram. keep getting 100% CPU and slowing everything down and then crashing. There are 13572 handles, 603 threads, 53 processes. Does this mean anything?? P.S this is the case even when only on internet.
- 07-06-2004 06:13 AM #2
Does this happen only when you open or close a specific program? Some programs will hang up when opening or closing and cause a high cpu%. Go back into the task manager where you got the info about threads and handles. Click on the tab that says processes. Under the heading of CPU, it will show the % of CPU use for each process. That will tell you where it is going. Let us know and someone zero in on the cause. Charlie
- 07-06-2004 06:53 AM #3
Nice one pal! The file is called gpnbrcgm.exe and takes 99 CPU! If that means anything. I closed it but another one started called system idle process which then took up a lot of CPU usage when the first one closes.
- 07-06-2004 07:25 AM #4
The system idle process just shows what you are not using. I'm not sure what the gpnbrcgm.exe program is. Does it start everytime you start your computer? If it does, someone will figure out what it is and how to take care of it. When just surfing the web, I run about 2 to 4% on a amd 2 ghz processor. Charlie
- 07-06-2004 07:37 AM #5
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- Dec 2002
Go to "Start" >Run > type in "msconfig" without quotes>Start up tab.
See if you can find it as a program starting up.
Please check your spelling - I can't find anything like this entry.
- 07-06-2004 07:57 AM #6
i have looked in the start up and the file is there. the spelling is correct. i have disabled it from the startup thing, its COMMAND in the startup was
dont kow if its any use or can help anyone who has same thing.
Thanx everyone for all your help. VERY GRATEFUL
- 07-06-2004 08:01 AM #7
If anyone could help me on how to totally remove it from my computer or has any idea what it is and how it got there i would be grateful. TA
- 07-06-2004 08:08 AM #8
I wouldn't totally remove it until someone figures out exactly what it is
- 07-06-2004 10:18 AM #9
Find the file in your system32 folder
and go here :- http://www.kaspersky.com/remoteviruschk.html
and upload it.
Post the results.
And if that comes up clean
Try this :-
post any results
That should tell us what it is
Being a random filename, it's probably a trojan, does it have access to the net through your firewall ? do you have a firewall ?
- 07-06-2004 11:08 AM #10
i Posted the file on the web site and its said its a Trojan.
it come packed with PECompact and infected by trojandownloader.win32.dluca.y
would it be ok to just delete it off my computer as spybot and adware dont detect it.