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hp charger causing 100 percent CPU utilization

Posted on 2009-06-28
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Hi there,
I've a HP 6710b model laptop. When I plug in the charger, the CPU utilization goes to 100 %. If I unplug the charger, it comes back to normal. Has anybody experienced anything like this with HP before ? I reinstalled the Windows to rule out the fact that if it might be any SPYWARE. But its the charger for sure now
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This is often a fault with the power output from the charger.  If it's under warranty get a replacement (actually if it's not under warranty getting a replacment is the answer as well :))
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hehe...oki i'll do that tomorrow
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