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Borland ADO Components makes CPU run high

Hello Experts,

I have a strange situation that I'm hoping you can help with.
I have a application that used to work well and the problem did not exsist untill recently.

I have a borland project that uses the ADO components ie TADOQuery, TADOTable. If I open the project in borland builder 10 and i do not have of the pages that containes a ADO component open, then my CPU Usage is 00 and bounces up a little which is correct, but as soon as i open a form or unit which contains a ADO component then the cpu jumps to 99 percent.

I have been able to pin point it to the ADO Compont because if i delete the component then problem does not occure. I have tryed many things before this post, and all have failed. I have droped all connections to the DB, i have copied the components on the form and pasted it on a new form and still it occures, i have deleted the component and added a new one and changed the propetries and yet it still occures.

Thank you in advance,

1 Solution
Does it occur in both, debug and release mode?
Do you link with runtime libs/packages?
Is it the same with a new application? If not, then there may be a conflict with defines of other includes.
WalterRautenbachAuthor Commented:
Hi Morris,

I actually solved the propblem myself by linking the RTL, it then worked. I then tested to see if it was to happen again so i removed the RTL and it still worked. So i cant get to the bottom of it all but seen that you were on the right road i will award you the points, thanks!!
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