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Old January 13, 2012, 03:22 PM
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Originally Posted by Tim_H View Post
no it's setting under windows task manager. you can right click on a process and set the 'Affinity' to limit the process to specific cores. if you haven't changed this in the past it's likely not the issue.

What are the temperatures of the system. could be CPU throttling.
Thanks. Checked it (didn't know you could do that...learn something new every day) and the affinity limits are just fine.
Originally Posted by chrisk
I have used a program called Prifinity to keep my linux vm clients in a high priority state in the past:
PriFinitty 2 - Edgemeal Software
You could try running it, and making sure the core process is in high priority.
Again, thanks. I'll let it run over the weekend and see if it rectifies itself.

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