I'd: like to ask what type of movies we are talking about here. Windows Media Player uses up a ton of resources to build up and keep up-to-date its in-application library, which houses references to all the compatible media that it can find in how can I ditch something that cannot be uninstalled? Please refer to our CNET Forums policies for details. http://optionrefi.com/media-player/media-player.php
Alternatively, set wmp to not index all media files. If I see this, I think the best, if not only solution is a complete wipe and re-installation of Windows. He began blogging in 2007 and quit his job in 2010 to blog full-time. Lost password/username?
Open Programs and Features, Click 'Turn Windows features on or off', open up Media Features and tick Windows Media Player. Now that I see how it was set and hear the explanation, it all makes sense.System idle is sitting at 98% with wmpnetwk.exe set to manual/started.Your help is very much appreciated.Best First, if you have a very large collection of videos and pictures, let the Windows Media Player run overnight if it’s the first time it is indexing all of the files.
If you want to keep it, you need to be able to restore it to factory specs if disaster strikes. I have used> Windows Media Player 9, Media Player Classic 6.4 and even my ATI player> that I installed to see what happens. O_O so I know how to fix the cpu usage issue but WMP will not let me fix it. Also as different browsers will break lines at different places, there are no line continuation characters that mark that the following line is a continuation of the current one.
When these Two entries have been removed, restart the notebook and you should find the problem has been resolved.Regards,DP-KThat fixed it.......btw, the settings for video, pictures, and Recorded TV also had Windows Media Player Network Sharing Service Cpu My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell XPS 15 L502x OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 CPU Core i7-2670QM Memory 8GB DDR3 PC3-10600 Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics 3000 + GeForce Originally Posted by poisondeathray How much memory are you using in task manager? http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/89650-45-usage-running-media-players Instead, you have to either disable or delete the file and fool Windows Media Player into believing that it is still there.
Please remember: I, Neal Bangia, figured this out! Quote 4th Apr 200808:10 #4 Faustus View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateApr 2002 LocationDallas, TX I've had this exact issue before. Some combination of those usually fixes the problem. Also> MMMLIST, if I recall the name correctly.I think I got one fof these wrong.
Click apply to make these changes.Next, browse to Local Disk C\Windows\ServiceProfiles\LocalService\AppData\Roaming and open the PeerNetworking folder. http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Notebook-Operating-System-and-Recovery/Window-Media-Player-exe-using-100-of-CPU-and-Memory/td-p/590047 Once reported, our moderators will be notified and the post will be reviewed. Windows Media Player High Cpu Usage Will there be any harm by getting full 100% usage of CPU and GPU while gaming? Windows Media Player 12 High Cpu Usage If the file is 1080i interlace, you can use one field to display 960x540 @29.97 real time (video-deinterlace-discard) with much less CPU load.
So,something has changed. useful reference My System Specs System Manufacturer/Model Number Dell XPS 15 L502x OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 CPU Core i7-2670QM Memory 8GB DDR3 PC3-10600 Graphics Card Intel HD Graphics 3000 + GeForce Wasn't checked but I checked it now. Quote 3rd Apr 200819:43 #3 rock.freak667 View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateJan 2006 LocationTrinidad and Tobago Well I use avast! High Cpu Usage Windows 7
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To do this follow the information below. Smith Technical Resources 343.074 görüntüleme 5:44 Identify And Fix Processes That Cause CPU Spikes - Süre: 5:50. Given the fact that wmpnetwk.exe is so active, I think it would be a good idea to see exactly what it is indexing.
Quote 4th Apr 200820:37 #12 poisondeathray View Profile View Forum Posts Private Message Member Join DateSep 2007 LocationCanada Do all media files exhibit this behaviour in VLC? How can I set wmplayer to not index all media files? –user1205197 Oct 28 '12 at 3:41 1 I updated my answer. –wizlog Oct 28 '12 at 3:51 The time now is 01:37. If you open up Windows Media Player, you might notice that the entire computer slows to a crawl or the program simply crashes.
Ordinarily, I would be inclined to let Windows Media Player build up its media library, but in this latest incident, I was tweaking two other applications that also use music files markoSep 7, 2005, 2:57 PM Archived from groups: microsoft.public.windowsxp.help_and_support (More info?)Thank you. Click Yes then OK and when WMP has finished installing, restart the PC again.Regards,DP-K ---------------------------------------------------------------------------****Click the White thumb to say thanks********Please mark Accept As Solution if it solves your problem********I don't http://optionrefi.com/media-player/media-player-and-ie-missing.php Mike2009 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Mike2009 31 Oct 2009 #4 kegobeer Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1 2,930 posts Did you have the 100% CPU issue
Your reply helped in that WMP does not slow the machine when it is not running. Yükleniyor... The first thing is to evaluate if there is something that has recently changed on the computer, and I had just added a 5 Tb USB WD Elements HD to store Tweet Like Google+ Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.