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About akent830

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    Windows 8 x64
  1. Yeah, it is constantly doing that, comparing hashes with the server on their end. This is normal and expected. Thanks for taking a look at that. Austin
  2. Same Password for the 7z files. I updated to the latest Intel could provide. http://www22.zippyshare.com/v/94672451/file.html It looks like it is still happening but not sure why. It is a very minor performance impact due to the capability of the system. Let me know if you have any more input, I can open a case with Intel. -Austin
  3. UPDATE 2: After a while of Explorer.exe not eating CPU and Memory after MS Search was uninstalled, everything continued to perform as normal. I re-installed search, along with setting everything back to default (Using RegKey SetupCompletedSucessfully), Explorer.exe started to act up again, this is with indexing disabled, so I am still quite confused. You have successfully narrowed it down to the search module, just not sure what is causing that to go wild with memory and CPU. Any suggestions? Also, should I move this to another thread? Austin
  4. UPDATE: I removed the Windows Search feature from Add/Remove and will update you as to whether or not I am still seeing the issue with Explorer CPU and memory usage. Austin
  5. My RAID is being rebuilt during some of those captures, so the majority of HDD usage is due to that. I am not searching for anything in particular and have Windows Search disabled to prevent indexing. I will say, at one point while I was using Procexp, I noticed mp3 files would show up in the handles section and then disappear. I am no longer noticing that and cannot pinpoint what is doing the seeking. Austin
  6. Hello, After reading these forums and other sites, this seems to be the place to go. Andre, the necessary files are in the following locations, I PM'd you the password for the .7z files. http://www14.zippyshare.com/v/69358653/file.html The 7z files are password protected, if you would also like to take a look at them, please PM me and I will be more than happy to give you the password. Thanks, Austin