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    G752, System and Compressed Memory task constantly at 18%

    My System is always running at 20% even when idle.
    System and compressed memory task is stuck at 18%.
    Does anyone know how to resolve this?
    Opening details on it doesn't provide any more info. It shows it's "System and compressed memory".

    I don't know if it has always been this way or it's a result of installing software. I'd love to get that % down.

    Any ideas? I read someone else with a Fujitsu saying it was due to a bad driver on their SSD and when they installed a different one it solve their issues. Not sure it's related.

    Thanks!
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    install hitmanpro alert 3.1.1 and do make a scan I solved so

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    Same problem here, 16-20% cpu all the time, on asus rog g752vy, all drivers from asus website and fresh win10 install(2 week old)...

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    I managed to stop that behaviour, go to task manager : control panel > task scheduler > microsof>windows>memory>RunFullMemoryDiagnostic disabled

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    System and compressed memory (high cpu load in idle mode 20%)

    Thank you. But this has not solved the problem for me.

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    That has happened to me as well. The one thing I found that ended up actually helping me (On the G752VT) was switching the BIOS version I was using.

    I followed every guide I could online, and none of them mentioned this. But it is what ended up helping me.

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    Ok, thank you for your answer. I have read that to. But I need the 2013 bios because I want to have the option for AHCI in stead of Raid. The older ones do not have that option. I also tried every possibly solution on the forums.

    Anybody?


    Quote Originally Posted by Ancients View Post
    That has happened to me as well. The one thing I found that ended up actually helping me (On the G752VT) was switching the BIOS version I was using.

    I followed every guide I could online, and none of them mentioned this. But it is what ended up helping me.

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    Go here and get the latest IRST drivers. 14.10.0.1016 is out. Bet your OS is still on 14.6 or older and your bios is on 14.8. You need to have either both matched or the OS newer. This happens 100% of the time on the so called "Clean installs" of windows. Id like to know if anyone has actually done a "clean install" wothout "dirtying up" their machine? My performance benchmark challenge still stands. My factory image with a 5 minute minimal bloatware uninstall and regular updates against your "Clean Install". Guarantee either the performance difference is negligible or you lose.


    http://www.win-raid.com/t2f23-Intel-...QL-v-WHQL.html
    Last edited by JustinThyme; 05-24-2016 at 01:49 PM.

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    System and compressed memory (high cpu load in idle mode 20%)

    Thanks, but no luck. Now I use: 14.10.0.1016 as you said......problem is still there. I have used a clean install. Setup from the windows 10 dvd. latests Asus Drivers from their website, all windows updates, and now with you're advise Intel Rapid Storage 14.10.0.1016 driver. The problem still there. I use Bios 213 on My G752VY ROG laptop. The cpu is on 19 % load all the time.

    Help..Thanks guys.

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    I once read about a guy who got it fixed by updating the Wi-Fi driver, give it a try, try to find the latest one on the Intel website.
    Laptop: G751JL
    Processor: i7-4750HQ
    Graphics Card: GTX 965M
    Memory: 8 GB Samsung (stock)
    Storage #1: Samsung 850 EVO 250gb
    Storage #2: 1 TB 7200 rpm (stock)
    OS: Windows 10 x64

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