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CPU usage jumping to 100% for no obvious reason

Turn off the windows firewall then restart windows and check whether it solved.

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For me, this issue completely disappeared after replacing my HDD with an SSD.

 

I suspect that it has something to do with the fastboot option. I always ignore that warning, because I don't use hardware and I want to boot fast. But perhaps those 4 modules are sensitive to it?

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Even though my harddisk SSD, I was facing this issue. After firewall is disabled then it started to work for me.

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@avinash97000 wrote:

Even though my harddisk SSD, I was facing this issue. After firewall is disabled then it started to work for me.


Hardly a solution though... Perhaps a next step should be to allow the right processes though the enabled firewall. I wouldn't advice anyone to permanently disable the firewall.

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