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Tosa23

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  1. here is the trace: http://www.crocko.com/B7352B4A3CED41B6A1CF10F578A0C579/Archive.zip
  2. Here is the update with new stable driver: http://www.crocko.com/22CD85DD000447EEAF64243ACF0B04A7/latency.zip But still the same....
  3. SP2 installed, but still the same problem... New trace: http://www.crocko.com/3C7B35AEFA274633AEAD7F0E5E46B5D6/latency.zip
  4. ZA is now completely removed, but explorer still uses high CPU usage like before, arhg... Here is the new trace(ZA removed): http://www.crocko.com/D17EFF3E962449EBAF2638514D3BA477/latency.zip AHCI is enabled in the BIOS, so im not really sure what is the problem with HDD mode.
  5. Here is the trace: http://www.crocko.com/4F26FBF60F474CF1814D0F618C97E144/latency.zip
  6. Update with loaded debug symbols:
  7. Hello Andre! First of all thx for the great tutorial. My explorer.exe causes 50% cpu usage, but now i'm not really sure what is the problem. Maybe this comctl32.dll causes the problem, but how to fix that? Here are the screen shots and I appreciate any help from you. Thanks.
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