Do you think this issue may be causing some hidden problems or longer term system degradation that I'm not aware of?
It's odd that this issue has actually benefited my machine's operation :
About 5 minutes after every Start, Restart or Log-off/log-on, jsched.exe*32 will start javaws.exe, up to 15,000 Image Names build in Task Manager's Process tab...Physical Memory will approach 100% before an error message window pops up or a warning sound is heard. Then the extra Image Names and high Physical Memory percentages start to decline..this takes a total of 4 to 5 minutes to complete...
Afterwards, Task Manager shows my "normal" number of Processes and "normal" CPU Usage BUT it shows a 30% LOWER Physical Memory percentage than before...AND CPU core temperatures run about 10% lower.
I have been running my machine this way for the past two weeks, 10 to 12 hours a day...I have noticed no ill effects - I can still run multiple programs, browsers etc with a the added benefit of not having to deal with closing and reopening one of my 64-bit programs that used to "slow down" after a few hours...
I can prevent the above from happening by right clicking jsched.exe and selecting End Process or by unchecking the box for Java Platform SE Auto Updater on the Startup tab in System Configuration...
I'm also reluctant to take the Java Update that's available as it might "fix" the multiple javaws.exe issue...the few minutes it takes to do it's thing does not bother me as long as my machine continues to perform great...
This link goes to a page on one of my blogs where I document the issue further...Weird Windows Stuff .
The picture shows the Task Manager before, during and after javaws.exe has done it's thing:
Motherboard............ASUS P8Z77-V LK LGA Intel z88 SATA 6Gb/s
Components from previous trade stations set ups
UPS...................three 4 outlet APC Uninterrupted Power Supplies *
Monitors...........3 AOC 24" LED and 3 AOC 22" LED
1 SOYO 20" LCD and 1 HP 20" LCD
The SOYO is set to 1680x1050 and the HP is set to 1600 x 90