IE7 hogs CPU and Registry in a particular case

Discussion in 'Internet Explorer' started by Walter M, Sep 23, 2007.

  1. Walter M

    Walter M Guest

    Almost always when I open a particular web page with IE7 I find it grabs up
    to 50% my CPU and continues to do so for as long as the page is displayed.
    The only url I detect this happening with is this one:

    http://nationalrail.co.uk/service_bulletins/today.html

    Process Monitor from sysinternals shows that all the time this page is
    displayed on my pc, iexplore is constantly opening and querying a sequence of
    Registry Keys - I don't know enough about the registry to be able to
    interpret it, but I'm sure it shouldn't be happening!

    I've put a sample log from ProcMon covering just a couple of seconds up here:

    http://www.wjm.clara.net/tocs/Logfile1.html

    You'll see that it's gone into a sort of loop, constantly repeating the same
    sequence of actions. If anyone could have a look and tell me why, whether
    there's anything about the url that's triggering it [doesn't hapen with
    Firefox], and whether there's anything I can do to stop it, I'd be really
    grateful.
     
    Walter M, Sep 23, 2007
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  2. Walter M

    Walter M Guest

    Ironically, the problem isn't manifest so far today! When it recurs, I'll
    check this out..
     
    Walter M, Sep 24, 2007
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    Patsheba Guest


    Just as a note, I have not been able to run IE7 with the new Phishing Filter
    at all, and I have not had it on since installing.
     
    Patsheba, Sep 24, 2007
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