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Someone, please, fix this! When I Googled “interrupts high cpu resume standby” yesterday, an HP thread was one of the top results. Can anyone test on *latest trunk* nightly? Thanks for bringing it to > > our attention. > > > Comment 95 Navid 2006-05-16 12:03:04 PDT Also, comment 6 and comment 7 refer to reproducible ways of producing the http://optionrefi.com/high-cpu/vista-high-cpu-usage.php

Comment 70 Cris 2006-04-19 15:31:59 PDT I downloaded the Flash 8.5 beta plug-in and the Flashblock Firefox's extention. I think you can use what I wrote to test it. If you need more data let me know. If you're found the bad service or services, and removed/uninstalled the offending program/service, your problem is now solved!! http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f299/solved-high-cpu-usage-after-resuming-from-sleep-461383.html

Update: I had the process explorer running every time I put my computer to sleep. Post back your results and any other questions if you get stuck. Eventually chipset driver updates might solve the problem. I have also recently reinstalled the OS onto a brand new hard drive, for unrelated reasons (hard drive hardware failure).

Go to Step #8. 8.) Test RAM memory. Comment 71 Bill Wood 2006-04-19 16:06:46 PDT Its interesting that slow return from hibernation is gone when you block Flash. The CPU loading on resume has now completely disappeared . Comment 65 Sean Coates 2006-04-17 07:45:53 PDT re: Macromedia As I mentioned, I've seen this behaviour happen in Firefox, Thunderbird, Sunbird and Komodo (CPU split 4 ways on restore).

I go on and off wired and wireless networks several times per day. that could be responsible for the Antimalware Service Exectable?? Reproducibility, see Navid's useful comments #3, #6 and #7. My laptop seems to be overheating every 10 minutes thanks to mozilla.exe...

HELP! Hope that it will help. Surely they didn't snaffle some Mozilla code? Regards Comment 40 Cris 2006-03-16 16:22:31 PST I guess that there are more one bugs in the code that are causing the 100% CPU after restoring the PC from an hybernation.

I found interesting the description of bug 325384. you can try this out The Bon Echo release has a new problem where a few minutes after resuming from hibernate, it will sometimes suddenly exit on its own. Thus it's probably also an easy fix: if I think I owe more than X ticks, just deliver fewer. (I don't think it's exclusively a Flash problem because it doesn't occur Please try the request again.

Sleep 2 min wait Wake - 100%CPU for 2 mins. this content If it now works; you had some Windows corruption or a faulty hard drive or a faulty RAM stick(s). Reproducibility unknown. 2] Firefox/Mozilla cause a long delay during the hibernation wake-up sequence. Comment 28 Cris 2006-03-04 16:09:39 PST It SEEMS that the last version has not the problem: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/20060302 Firefox/ Although it takes ages to

In Comment #25 Masatoshi Kimura (emk) says: >The patch for bug 179056 might also fix this. >Can anyone confirm? Is the red line high? Then just before closing your laptop next time, run Task Manager and Process Explorer and minimize them to the tray (or even just leave them open). weblink Once the system has actually booted, everything is fine and I'm not getting 100% CPU.

I also use FasterFox and Magpie. I suspect that the operating system is telling applications that the network interface is ready before it has established an IP address. Comment 9 Eric Murphy 2005-09-03 14:49:21 PDT Bugs https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=251111 and https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=305330 may be the same or related.

During this delay the computer is completely unusable.

Run BOTH short and long tests with SEATOOLS. I guess it's possible that the resources are somehow shared between instances of Gecko, but to me, this indicates a problem with Gecko and not actually with the plugin. (Although I Other than this issue, I love both of these products. I actually do send & receive the occasional Fax though, so I will need to reinstall it at some point or get a third party program.

the vmware.exe process reaches 25% of cpu usage.2. I gather that can be due to problems such as multiple drivers trying to control one device (e.g. Hopefully we will have the patch soon. > > Could you notify here as soon as the plug-in with this patch will be > > downloadable on the Macromedia site (even http://optionrefi.com/high-cpu/svchost-exe-causes-high-comp-usage-when-installing-or-uninstalling-programs.php Comment 41 Gavin Lambert 2006-03-21 03:34:57 PST FYI, while I experienced exactly this problem on my old computer (XP, Firefox 1.0) with both 100% CPU usage and slow restores from hibernation,

Yet it says the total usage is really high and it takes >30 seconds for the mouse pointer to respond to my movements. Now, you'll have to go back into MSCONFIG again, and go to the SERVICES tab, and "ENABLE" each SERVICE that was stopped by manuall "STARTING" or "ENABLING" it again. Also, what Security or Anti-Virus software are you running (Norton, McAfee) etc. Let us know. :) share|improve this answer answered Feb 15 '12 at 5:25 climenole 2,75111127 Thanks, I have everything setup for when it happens again.

Probably other people will be happy to test it. Without Firefox running, resume from hibernation takes about 30 seconds on my machine. This bug is still NEW and has never been change to "Accept bug (change status to ASSIGNED)" Is anyone trying to solve it? KB3206632 Update Fails at 97% [SOLVED] Make Voter Registration Automatic » Site Navigation » Forum> User CP> FAQ> Support.Me> Steam Error 118>> Trusteer Endpoint Protection All times are GMT -7.

I renamed it back to "HOSTS - Copy" - sleep - wake - no delay!!! We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. Before a standby or hibernate everything is working properly, when resuming Firefox (and earlier versions) consume 100% CPU, making the resuming process take about 5 minutes. Give us feed-back.

Start Firefox 2. Hopefully all that is required to fix it is to update the driver. Comment 74 Masatoshi Kimura [:emk] 2006-04-20 13:14:44 PDT (In reply to comment #73) * Are you running Flash Player? * What's your network connection? * Does my patch solve the problem? I actually do send & receive the occasional Fax though, so I will need to reinstall it at some point or get a third party program.

Meanwhile, especially since Firefox 1.5, those freeze has been less frequent, although not gone. It is never anywhere that high normally. –Bryan Watts Feb 17 '12 at 3:13 | show 6 more comments up vote 2 down vote The first step in troubleshooting is to