Cpu usage high and freezing

Hi!

I have the problem of cpu usage high and everytime this happens my laptop completely freezes and i have to press the radio button on my laptop untill it shut's down and also i've tried everything that was in the froum in this site like clean boot, startup items, disk clean up, sfc/scannow and most of the stuff.

it completley bothers me and it happens a lot when i'm using my laptop, please help me.

My Cpu model: Intel Core 2 Due processor T6600 (2.2 GHz 800 MHz FSB)

Thank you

 

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Last updated August 9, 2018 Views 3,801 Applies to:
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I have noticed that Windows Media Network Sharing Service (WMNSS) is running between 30 - 48% of my CPU all by itself. Last night I had absolutely nothing running and wanted to watch a DVD on my computer. I had watched one already but when I stuck the next one in, the CPU jammed itself at 100% and the computer became unresponsive. I tried to shut down processes that were unnecessary, but all this did was make the situation worse. The last thing I did was try to stop services on the WMNSS then the computer pretty much froze. I would have to force a logoff and each time I started the task manager or even clicked the START button, it would just freeze again.

I finally resolved this issue by restart--> going to msconfig-->shutting down a bunch of useless start-up items-->and making the start-up of WMNSS manual along with a couple other services.

Now my CPU is at 8 - 10% on the low end but the performance monitor is still showing heavy spikes in CPU usage every second. At least it is only a quarter of what I was getting, but it still is indicative of some kind of stability issue in the system. DPC Latency Checker is showing 200 µs upwards of 321 µs upon start-up of this (DPC) program. Looking at processes in order of CPU usage, I noticed how 4 - 5 processes are jumping all over the place in %. AVG firewall services are going from 0% up to 46% back down to 2% and so forth each tick. This is not the only process doing this. And no its not a firewall incompatibility issue. It is the only firewall/AV I have running.

Running an intel dual core processor with 6GB RAM on a 64-bit brand new computer, I should not be having an issue.

I'm hoping someone may have a permanent fix for this that creates a more stable environment.

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