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QamarUdDin
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High Cpu usage by system/ Acpi.sys+0x28b90

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Probook 470 G3
Microsoft Windows 10 (64-bit)

Hi,

I have been facing high cpu usage. Acpi.sys+0x28b90 is consuming 22-25% cpu in idle state, it spikes up but does not gets lower. I have tried every possible solution but could not figure out the issue, Can it be hardware issues?

Solutions i tried:

1) Installed windows 10 latest version 

2) Updated all drivers from hp official store 

3) updated Bios 

and many other solutions i found on google, Tell me if there is a work around or how can i possibly solve the issues. Any help in this regard would be appreciated

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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QamarUdDin
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It was resolved, i installed new HDD and caddy didnot support that, so it caused high cpu usage, i reinstalled new caddy and issue disappeared, so most probably its hardware issue

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did you find any solution? ACPI.sys 0x28b90 high cpu usage problem

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It was resolved, i installed new HDD and caddy didnot support that, so it caused high cpu usage, i reinstalled new caddy and issue disappeared, so most probably its hardware issue

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