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Old 06-15-2006, 08:56 AM   #1
ColonelPanic
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Bonobo - heavy load on CPU


hi specialists,

first off I admit I don't really know what this bonobo-activation process is good for. All I see is that it apparently clogs up my machine. I get permanently 60-70% CPU load and it's getting HOT and VERY sluggish. There are 14 of them running after boot and when I try to kill them they keep popping back. How can I prevent them from starting up at boot? Do I really need bonobo?

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