werfault.exe and wermgr.exe causing 100% CPU

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by Jas, Nov 23, 2007.

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    Jas Guest

    Hi, does anyone expericencing the same problem?

    Vista Business and Office 2007... After installed the updates on Office
    2007 outlook stop working when I'm trying to send an email and close by
    itself + the CPU always stay at 100% use and it's a dual core...

    I verified in the taks manager and found the werfault.exe and wermgr.exe
    working and causing the 100% CPU.

    I stopped the Windows Error Reporting services and still doing the same
    thing...

    I did a virus scan and spyware scan but it's not that...

    Any idea?

    Thanks in advance...

    Jason
     
    Jas, Nov 23, 2007
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    Jas Guest

    Anyway, if it happens to someone I only had to go under help in outlook and
    run the office diagnostics
     
    Jas, Nov 23, 2007
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    99.147.37.38 Guest

    99.147.37.38, Feb 18, 2009
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    costac19 Guest

    Hi Jason (coatac19) I am also having the same problem with Werfault.ex
    and have tried to remedy the problem by disabling the process an
    reducing its priority but to no avail!:mad: I am hoping that someon
    from the forum may come up with a solution as at the moment I am havin
    to keep TaskManager open and then disable werfault whenever i see th
    process starting!
    A fellow sufferer:cool::
     
    costac19, Jan 4, 2010
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    ramson Guest

    I have just started having the same problem!!?? i've stopped the WerFault.exe
    process within the taskmanager but I have to keep doing it which is annoying
    to say the least. Should I delete the program from its location? It is in
    windows\system32\
     
    ramson, Feb 1, 2010
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