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System interrupt high CPU usage

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Hi,

 

system and system interrupt started to use high CPU and I do not understand the reason and I checked it other solution in the forum and none of them did not work.

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Greetings,

Welcome to the forum.

I am not a HP employee.

 

What process is involved?

 

There is a problem with version 1903, SearchUI.exe, and KB4512941.

 

Check this site for details (Link).

 

Regards

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Thank you for the quick reply but I am not using this version of windows. The problem is causing fromsystem and system interrupt process.

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Hi Asvege,

 

High CPU system interrupts could be caused by many different issues. Usually caused by hardware or hardware drivers. Could be malware, missing Windows updates or a needed BIOS update, or buggy external devices connected to your PC.

 

Check this site for some troubleshooting tips (Link).

 

I don't know of any quick fixes to solve this problem.

 

I usually install Windows clean  or recover to factory condition on a different disk when I can't isolate the problem. A continued problem usually indicates bad hardware.

 

Regards

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Hi Grzwacz,

 

I tried all of them and did not work for me. 

 

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Hi Asvege,

 

A clean Windows installation should negate this problem.

 

Always backup data before doing a clean operating system installation.

 

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I think you are right.  But I got a laptop one month ago, maybe I can wait till new update of windows and some drivers.

 

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