lsass.exe 100% CPU when running BlackWidow.exe

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Whenever I have blackwidow.exe running on this one particular PC, (other
machines are fine) then lsass.exe goes to 100% and evrything runs very slowly.

Even if the app is just sitting idle, no network, no activity this will
happen.
 

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mracv wrote:

> Whenever I have blackwidow.exe running on this one particular PC,
> (other machines are fine) then lsass.exe goes to 100% and evrything
> runs very slowly.
>
> Even if the app is just sitting idle, no network, no activity this
> will happen.

Maybe you should check with the makers of that software to see if this
is a known problem, if there are workarounds and/or patches. This isn't
a Microsoft file but seems to be some sort of third-party offline
browser.

Malke
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I did ask them, and they do not find this problem. Neither do I on the other
machines. It's just a browser to filter and download web pages nothing
extravegent.

I guess I'd like to know if there is a way I can diagnose the root cause of
the issue.


"Malke" wrote:

> mracv wrote:
>
> > Whenever I have blackwidow.exe running on this one particular PC,
> > (other machines are fine) then lsass.exe goes to 100% and evrything
> > runs very slowly.
> >
> > Even if the app is just sitting idle, no network, no activity this
> > will happen.
>
> Maybe you should check with the makers of that software to see if this
> is a known problem, if there are workarounds and/or patches. This isn't
> a Microsoft file but seems to be some sort of third-party offline
> browser.
>
> Malke
> --
> Elephant Boy Computers
> www.elephantboycomputers.com
> "Don't Panic!"
> MS-MVP Windows - Shell/User
>
 

Malke

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mracv wrote:

> I did ask them, and they do not find this problem. Neither do I on
> the other
> machines. It's just a browser to filter and download web pages
> nothing extravegent.
>
> I guess I'd like to know if there is a way I can diagnose the root
> cause of the issue.

Then I guess you'll have to figure out what is different about the
machine where the software doesn't work. Unfortunately, only someone
sitting at the computer in question is going to be able to do this.

Malke
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