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Old 03-09-2006, 03:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I am at the last step where it said "start services" and finish..

I heard this part took a few minutes, but it is really pegging the harddrive.. is that normal.
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I should say this is a new install
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should be. but if its still running and hasn't stopped, then i'd say there's an issue. look in task manager and see if any processes are pegged.
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system idle process is pegged
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something is wrong!!
Its still pegged out

any advise,, i just rebooted
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System idle process is your processor capacity that is not being used by an active process. If you have 4 applications using 35% of your processor, your system idle process will show 65%...the amount of remaining free processor capacity.
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