so remember me... are you the one for the RESET? my windows is programmed for automatic reset for tomorrow I can't give battle anymore each day, too many doubts and my wife i5 that we reset before to use seem never had this issue.
I too have the problem with the "System" and "System Interrupt" showing high CPU, and my fan going nuts every now and then. Mine problem will come on if I am using the computer for some time, and then if I shut the computer down, sometimes it will go away for a day or so. Mine really doesn't have a pattern, so maybe there is some maintenance going on in the background as I think Megatronium may have mentioned in your 1st thread. I didn't have this problem until the 9/9 updates, however.
Anyway, I was trying to figure what was going on so I right clicked on "system" from task manager, and went to properties which brought me to a Ntoskrnl.exe application which stands for the NT Operating System Kernal (which I see listed in your resource monitor I believe).
I started searching this file which led me to this site:
One of the early posters, MagicAndre1981, mentions using Windows Performance Tools, which lists the sites for download, and then running a command to gather data to isolate the problem (at least for Ntoskrnl.exe). For a lot of the participants in the threads, they had out of date or corrupted drivers.
I haven't had time to try this out yet, but perhaps it may help you??
I know, but your is a different issue because you have even system interrupts going up in the top positions, happen to me this too when I was using the docking.. I read some other people with same issue and as I removed the docking that problem was eliminated (system interrupts) and now I have just "system" to cure.
My pc is is all updated, I checked and update drivers etc etc, nothing to do, however I give up, I think tomorrow sunday here I will make the reset, if I find the courage and I don't wait another week.
megatronium your first post of the other thread is unclear. You state after the first message about the netgate. Please clarify your solution what it was. I tried also cccleaner/netgate etc, nothing to do.
megatronium, what you said..... I can't find the other thread anymore.
Ok this night happened again the issue and I let the pc with high cpu usage for 1 hour or more, happened when I was going to sleep, so I just seen that went up this time for some windows modules installer, was the tiworker.exe process this time I think.
Now I'm writing without have reboot, I reboot now and I test again if it happen or finish.
you can see in the right, again MRT.exe is the cause of my cpu at 35%
this morning I just started windows and as I leave pc 2/3 minutes again cpu usage 35%
Now, I left the pc 2 days ago in the night to cpu at 35% load to let do to windows what needed with this MRT.exe, after 1 hour or when I wake up in the morning the pc was ok with no cpu usage.
Now why so want again MRT.exe stress me with 35% usage and why want again to this??