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CPU Usage When working with a Template I Created
Please refer to my other posts regarding "CPU usage when working with a
Template you created". No one was answering so I started a new post
Went to work to see if the template caused the same problem. I pulled up
the Template I created at work and
tried working in it as before. No problems with CPU usage. I tried several
times using exactly the same procedures at home, even checked to make sure
all the autotext I created with the template came with the email attachment.
All was the same, however, CPU usage stayed at 0% - 3%. Very strange. Now
there are major differences between the operating systems and software at
home and here at work. I will list them:
1. Using Windows XP Home Edition w/SP2 installed and updated at home / At
work I am using Windows XP Professiona Edition 2002 w/SP1 installed Clone
computer is not up to date. Don't know about server.
2. Using Microsoft Office 2003 at home all up to date / At work they use
Microsoft Office 2000
3. Using Microsoft Word 2003 at Home all up to date / At work we use
Microsoft Office 2000
4. Using two individual computers at home with 1 gig ram & 512 ram / at
work we run clones from a server w/ 496 ram.
5. Using Mcafee Viruscan, Firewall Plus, Privacy Service & Microsoft
Atispyware Beta1 for virus and spyware protection. All of them have some
active component running in the background. At work I think they run Mcafee
on the server but none of it is availabel on the clone computers. They also
run Spybot Search and Destroy which is available on each clone but hidden.
No active components running. Program is run separately when needed.
Anyone out there know why this is occuring on a new system with newer
version of office and word and not on an older system with previous versions
of office and word. Would be very interested in knowing????
Ok, Went home after work and fired up the computer in safe mode. Pulled up
word and tried to see if I get the same CPU response in Safe mode as in
normal mode. No virus, firewall, spyware protection, etc. Found that,
again, when active and in the template I created the CPU usage on my smaller
computer hangs around 90 - 100% even in safe mode. This has to be something
with Office 2003, Word 2003, or some hardware setting. Two computer same,
two instulations of the same programs and OS, and same problem with CPU.
However, using same template on Pro version of XP wSP1 and office/word 2000
no problem with CPU usage. Someone at Microsoft should know something about
this phenonmenon. Any more information would be appreciated.
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