Selasa, 07 April 2015

Windows 8.1 Memory Disk CPU 100% Usage

Windows 8.1 Memory Disk CPU 100% Usage atau High memory usage atau Windows 8.1 overload

Laptop baru beli dan masih baru tapi suka hang. Dan kalau dilihat di Task Manager (Ctrl + Alt + Delete) menunjukkan bahwa memory, Disk dan Network mencapai antara 80 sampai 100% padahal kalau di total dari data yang ada tidak sampai mencapai jumlah segitu besar penggunannya. Ini disebut pool leak. Ada beberapa cara mengatasi hal ini antara lain mendisable atau menonaktifkan super fetch dan windows search. Caranya sebagai berikut:



1. Tekan Windows + R secara bersamaan.
2. Ada kotak, tulis di situ: 'services.msc' [tanpa tanda petik]
3. Cari "Super Fetch"
4. Klik Kanan -> Properties -> General
5. Pada Startup type -> klik Disable.
6. Klik Apply dan OK.


1. Tekan Windows + R secara bersamaan.
2. Ada kotak, tulis di situ: 'services.msc' [tanpa tanda petik]
3. Cari "Windows Search"
4. Klik Kanan -> Properties -> General
5. Pada Startup type -> klik Disable.
6. Klik Apply dan OK.

Setelah itu, coba cek lagi Task Manager, apakah masih tetap tinggi memory-nya atau sudah turun. Kalau sudah turun berarti selamat. Kalau masih tinggi, kemungkinan ada gangguan di tempat lain lagi. Antara lain disable NDU-nya dengan mencari merubah nilainya menjadi 4 (asalnya 2). Caranya lihat di sini.


1. Launch the Regedit program. Click kanan on the "Start" button,

2. and then click on "Run." In the dialog box that appears, type "regedit" into the text box, and then click the "OK" button.

3. Click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SYSTEM -> ControlSet001 -> Services -> Ndu

4. Change the Start value to 4 (for disable).


Solution: Disable BITS atau Background Intelligent Transfer Services.
Lokasi: at Task Manager > Services > Open Services >
Intelligent Transfer Services.


1. Tekan CTRL + ALT + DELETE -> klik Task Manager
2. Klik Services -> Open Services ->
3. Pilih BITS Background Intelligent Transfer Services
4. Klik icon Stop

Untuk disable: klik kanan BITS -> Properties -> Start up type -> pilih-> disable.

Juga, setting Windows update menjadi manual.

CATATAN: Kalau cara-cara di atas tidak berhasil juga dalam arti CPU, MEMORY, DISK naik tinggi, maka berikut tips lain yang bisa dicoba. Dikutip dari beberapa forum:
1. Go to your 'System Properties'
[Keep in mind what your Installed Memory (RAM) is]
2. On the LEFT side of your systems Properties go to 'Advance System Settings'. A small new window should pop up.
3. On the 'Advance' tab, there is an area that says 'Performance' along with two other ones, User Profiles and Startup and Recovery . CLICK on the 'Settings' button that's in Performance.
4. Again a new window will pop up. In the 'Advance' Tab where Virtual Memory is at CLICK the 'Change' button.
5. Again, a new window will pop up. UN-CHECK Automatically manage paging files size for all drives
6. In that same window, click 'Custom size'
7. Remember when the RAM on your Systems Properties? This is where we will convert the GB to MB in Initial Size and Maximum Size.
So say you have 4 GB of RAM. You want to do 4 * 1024 = 4096.
You wan to type in 4096 for your 'Initial Size'
For your Maximum Size you only have to double Initial Size. So it's 4096 * 2 = 8192
8. Click 'Set' then the Window closes
9. Click 'Apply' then 'Ok'
10. It will ask you to restart your computer.

Please note that when your Antivirus is scanning your computer, it will always use 100% of the disk.
If you have any question or need help please feel free to ask.


I figured it out!!! Try this:
1. Google your computer model + drivers. Update the chipset.
2. Go to Device Manager, and under IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers, right click the driver under this and select the driver tab. Select Roll Back Driver. The new driver seems to have some issues with it, idk why they haven't fixed this yet, but rolling back the driver has been working fine for me.


The problem is win 8 application Skype.

Open win 8 Skype application and wait 10 min to load. This will fix the problem.

If issue remains uninstall win 8 Skype application.


Disabling BITS, Win Search and SuperFetch didn't do anything for me. Dropped the usage for a couple of seconds but shot up right again to 100%.

From one of the other suggestions on this forum, I went to Control Panel > Troubleshooting > Windows Search & Windows Update..

Let it run the course. After the fixes were applied, the disk usage is back to normal now. Such relief.


I used to have this problem, but solved it by running a really good registry cleaner app, such as RegHunter. After cleaning, discovering over 3000 registry errors, and re-enabling SuperFetch and Windows Search, my Windows 8.1 operating system has worked perfectly ever since.



I have this issue too. I solved it by performing these steps:
1. On windows 8.1 go to Charms -> Search. Enter "Schedule tasks"
2. In the Task Scheduler window in the left hand pane expand "Task Scheduler Library" and go to Microsoft > Windows > Application Experience
3. There should be 4 entries. The offender that causes the high CPU usage is "ProgramDataUpdater". You could disable it as some have recommended, however I opted to configure the task to kill it self if it runs for more than 1 minute:
a. Right click on "ProgramDataUpdater" and go to properties.
b. Go to the Settings tab. Ensure that the box next to "Stop the task if it runs longer than." is ticked (checked).
c. In the drop down selection box, simply type in "1 minute" (or other time limit). Then click OK.
I did this a few days ago and haven't experienced this issue since. I'm thinking about pushing it to 2 minutes to see what happens.

At least this way if you install another Microsoft program that uses the application experience the issue won't come back. It will always kill itself if something goes wrong.

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