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I am currently using Immunet with ClamAV enabled.
I didn't have this problem prior to updating to 7.0.0, have tried reinstalling it (saying no so that i erased the history and settings between), but still have the same problem.
Haven't found exactly what triggers it and don't, but all of a sudden sfc.exe takes all available cpu, we are talking 90-99%. It doesn't matter if windows defender is enabled or disabled.
Attached are 2 screenshots of it, one from before i reinstalled it and one from after. both of these times were when I had Firefox and other programs running, but it have also happened when I basically only booted the computer.
My computer isn't the best, an i5-4670K 3,4 GHz, 16 GB DDR3 ram 1600 MHz and a Geforce GTX780 running Windows 7 Professional (64-bit, sp1), but even if you consider that, this shouldn't happen.
Trying to install programs has become a game of patience because almost every time sfc.exe starts ramping up like crazy. To be honest that i could have lived with, but since it happens all the time right in the middle of watching a video, or writing in word, playing a game, running Solidworks that makes it unworkable. As already mentioned, I don´t know when it will happen, because it doesn't happen every time, and it isn't periodic either, it is just random, which makes it even more annoying.


Please help

Immunet going crazy.png

Immunet going crazy 2.png

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Have you updated to the new 7.0.2 version? Some improvements were made to make Immunet more stable.

The update should be pushed to you through the UI, just click on the Update Now button or here's a download link to to the newest installer package if you wish to install manually. https://download.immunet.com/binaries/immunet/bin/ImmunetSetup.exe

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