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    Of course now my kids open the pc with every chance they get:-(. That really sucks. Hopefully someone will have an alternative solution.
    Well, I for one while in my childhood growing up, MY many many "learning experiences' so began with 5 from the below item

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    Sadly, today with what I hear and read in the news is their dialing 911 and having Children's Protective Services intervene seems their revenge.
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    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    Well, I for one while in my childhood growing up, MY many many "learning experiences' so began with 5 from the below item

    Odd Temperature Behavior-paddle-jpg

    Sadly, today with what I hear and read in the news is their dialing 911 and having Children's Protective Services intervene seems their revenge.
    For some reason I can't see your picture.

    Anyways back to the subject now. I was able to solve the problem. I'm glad I ended up posting here because it is actually an ASRock related issue. The problem was being created by A-Tuning. When A-Tuning is installed is causes logonui.exe to keep working in the background so in result to high voltage and temperature. As soon as I uninstalled A-Tuning the problem went away. Hopefully this will help others with similar problem and I hope asrock is aware and working on this.

    Again thanks for all your help.

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    A-Tuning and logonui again huh? Yeppers, that was discussed here some time ago now that I think of it.

    Pic is a nice wooden paddle. Five applied from it and it was straight from then on of what was expected. Back then it was used so often that in now looking back I think I remember them having to replace it once due to its "over' use on one occasion. I think the handle cracked during one particularly deserved, uh, episode.

    I don't suggest paddles in today's societal wishy washy environment. For some reason unbeknownst to me Law Enforcement and the Courts now frown on that sort of thing. All I'll add it is worked for me back in the day.
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    Quote Originally Posted by slekkas View Post
    For some reason I can't see your picture.

    Anyways back to the subject now. I was able to solve the problem. I'm glad I ended up posting here because it is actually an ASRock related issue. The problem was being created by A-Tuning. When A-Tuning is installed is causes logonui.exe to keep working in the background so in result to high voltage and temperature. As soon as I uninstalled A-Tuning the problem went away. Hopefully this will help others with similar problem and I hope asrock is aware and working on this.

    Again thanks for all your help.
    Very interesting, do you think that A-Tuning being simply installed, or running that causes the logon process to create high CPU usage? Did you have A-Tuning set to auto-run when Windows starts?

    Just saying, but does it seem to be the logon process that increases the CPU usage, or A-Tuning itself that is the cause? Might be difficult to know which is the cause.

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    Quote Originally Posted by parsec View Post
    Very interesting, do you think that A-Tuning being simply installed, or running that causes the logon process to create high CPU usage? Did you have A-Tuning set to auto-run when Windows starts?

    Just saying, but does it seem to be the logon process that increases the CPU usage, or A-Tuning itself that is the cause? Might be difficult to know which is the cause.
    I didn't have A-Tuning set to auto-run. As long as A-Tuning was installed logon process kept running. When A-Tuning was removed no process. Just for testing purposes I re-installed A-Tuning and I can confirm that the issue appears again.

    I'm pretty sure it has something to do with A-Tuning. Regardless I'm very happy that this was solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by - wardog - View Post
    A-Tuning and logonui again huh? Yeppers, that was discussed here some time ago now that I think of it.

    Pic is a nice wooden paddle. Five applied from it and it was straight from then on of what was expected. Back then it was used so often that in now looking back I think I remember them having to replace it once due to its "over' use on one occasion. I think the handle cracked during one particularly deserved, uh, episode.

    I don't suggest paddles in today's societal wishy washy environment. For some reason unbeknownst to me Law Enforcement and the Courts now frown on that sort of thing. All I'll add it is worked for me back in the day.
    Hahaha, that was very funny. I know what you are talking about. My father is from Sparta and I used to get my ass kicked pretty often. But not in an abusive way of course. Just enough to keep me out of trouble. Don't forget we are in Greece here and a few spanks on the behind is not forbidden. In my case I just prefer to use the lock screen on my pc and punishment is limited to banning them from technology for the whole week ☺.

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    Oh no not in an abusive way. No No. My parents doled it out sparingly, yet firmly. Looking back after 40-50yrs I sometimes wonder why I didn't get more, problem child that I was at the time.

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