Process CPU usage goes to 98% when object does not exist

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Process CPU usage goes to 98% when object does not exist

Post by jlansang » Fri Nov 29, 2013 12:04 am

Hi,

In executing a Ranorex script over an application (runs on Win7), I encountered a problem where the process CPU usage goes to 98-99%. This happens when an object validation (exists) is done on an object that does not exist or is not visible (screen closed right beore the validation step). Evenwhen I close the RanorexStudio, the CPU usage does not change. Anyone experience this? Help is much appreciated.

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Re: Process CPU usage goes to 98% when object does not exist

Post by Support Team » Mon Dec 02, 2013 1:24 pm

Hello jlansang,

That sounds strange.
Please open the Windows Task Manager and check which process needs the most renounces of your CPU.

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Bernhard
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