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Does your Task Manager have a 'Processes' tab? That should show you what is taking up 98% of the processor. If it is a single-threaded application, it is normal that only one core would be affected.
For the BIOS error message, have you gone in to the BIOS and done a 'reset to factory defaults'? I think it's F9.
Thanks for your reply!
About the task manager: In the processes tab, even when I click; show processes for all users' nothing special shows up, just the inactive processes with 99%. (not sure if I translated it right, I have a dutch computer). When I click source control (or something) at another tab, it sais ''interrupts of the system - postponed procedurecalls and interruptsserviceroutines' which has a 23% activity.
on the bios; can it do any harm to reset it? or can i save the recent settings or something?