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Topic # 128925 28-Aug-2013 17:51
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I was wondering why some games were running like a dog on my system when I noticed that TeamViewer.exe (latest version) is using 50% CPU all the time - only using 4mb of RAM.

Anyone else had this ?

Win 7 Home Prem 32bit




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  Reply # 886057 28-Aug-2013 18:27
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On my Win 8 64bit machine Teamviewer is using 7MB of RAM and 0% CPU when idle.

Something on your system doesn't seem right.

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  Reply # 886073 28-Aug-2013 18:51
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Yup, hence why I asked :)

Been bit of a pain having to kill it before running anything CPU intensive, forget to run it again and cant remote it from work ;)

Will be upgrading RAM this weekend I think, and might do the OS (64 bit) and see if it continues with fresh start... cant find anyone else mentioning it anywhere.




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  Reply # 887039 30-Aug-2013 13:03
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I have noticed it does it since version 6




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  Reply # 887068 30-Aug-2013 13:56
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have u checked its logs for any error messages?



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