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Old 17 July 2003, 00:57   #1
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WinUAE high CPU usage

I am having trouble with all versions of winuae, that are taking 100% cpu when minimized.

I stupidly deleted my configs that were working fine and I can not seem to recreate them without them causing the above problems.

I have an Athlon XP2000 with 512mb RAM, and was using a config capable of AGA running OS3.9.

My CPU temperature keeps rising when running WinUAE because of the above program.

If someone can either post a good config or point me in the direction of a good site to follow which is how i think i did it before.

Thanks
 
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Old 17 July 2003, 02:08   #2
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This should do the trick.
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Old 17 July 2003, 02:12   #3
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On the Misc tab, under 'When Minimized' tick the one you want (probably 'Pause Emulation')

You could also play with the Idle slider on the CPU tab.
 
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