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Did any of you experience the same behaviour, or does the above mentioned work as a permanent solution?The only thing that seems to be a permanent solution for us is disabling Supposedly the only thing that has changed was a single in house .Net application getting a new exe. I'm starting to wonder if an AV definition came down sometime last week that is causing Adobe to do this. At login or application launch? 1347-308672-1651816 Back to top dthomas399 Members #9 David Thomas 68 posts Posted 14 June 2012 - 02:57 PM We're getting this too on a new XA6.5

Everything still seems to work with that gone but we are still looking to see what that might break. 1347-308672-1651607 Back to top hore unge Members #6 hore unge 3 posts Add the a key with the name         a. Do you have any solution for it? The script is optimized in order to minimize itself burdened processor. https://helpx.adobe.com/acrobat/kb/high-cpu-usage-acrobat-closing.html

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Select the Advanced button on the General tab and uncheck the Archive/Indexing attributes. Hello guys Well, i have a big problem the last 3-4 months. Return to top Powered by WordPress and the Graphene Theme. It has not been easy to get support from Adobe on a free product but we continue to try that road as well as some others.

My boss noticed on his Windows 7 computer the exact same thing today. many thanks works perfectly     Come on Adobe, fix the problem.   0 Jalapeno OP Claypool May 14, 2014 at 4:12 UTC Thank you for this fix. This is also after closing all Acrobat windows. Adobe Rdrcef Cpu Usage Thank you for the opportunity to share this.

In Adobe Reader go to Edit > Preferences and click on the category GeneralUncheck the option Show me messages when I launch ReaderWhile you are it, also uncheck (if checked) the option Don't show When I open and close the application there is still an Adobe process running. Application system drivers (e.g. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f320/adobe-acrobat-x-high-cpu-usage-after-closing-695902.html Adobe Support > Acrobat > High CPU usage by Acrobat.exe process after closing it on Windows 8 High CPU usage by Acrobat.exe process after closing it on Windows 8 Search Acrobat

I found that if I changed the properties of AcroRd32.exe, the process quit when the application closes. Rdrcef.exe High Cpu But if I leave it open for any length of time - say 20 seconds or more - the problem reappears. Joao 09/05/2013 at 11:16 (UTC 1) Link to this comment Reply Excellent! The script does the reporting to the log file.

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I should have paid more attention to posts which said that the fix only worked for a while. https://conetrix.com/Blog/settings-to-help-reduce-adobe-reader-cpu-usage This file is getting recreated from somewhere but we can't find it yet. Adobe Acrobat High Cpu Usage Harold 14/01/2014 at 02:06 (UTC 1) Link to this comment Reply Did you disable protected mode as well? Adobe Reader High Memory Usage Change regionUnited States (Change) Choose your region Selecting a region changes the language and/or content on Adobe.com.

After trying the most direct routes, going through the directory and making changes, the solution worked! echo Call up just as the Administrator. Grasping at straws here but I can't think of what else it might be. -Might also add that we use Trend Micro for AV. 1347-308672-1651795 Back to top IT Department Members Thanks! Adobe Reader Dc High Cpu Usage

echo Shortcut ^> Advanced ^> Run as Administrator echo. i found some solutions on ADOBE website, but those won't work as well…… Leonardo 22/10/2012 at 16:28 (UTC 1) Link to this comment Reply Yo! wow jr 03/05/2016 at 20:57 (UTC 1) Link to this comment Reply muchas gracias, me soluciono el problema. The script is optimized in order to minimize itself burdened processor.

Thank you so much for the great advice! Rdrcef.exe Cpu Usage echo Shortcut ^> Advanced ^> Run as Administrator echo. Determine available free space in an Exchange Server 2010 mailbox database AcroRd32.exe hangs with high CPU usage when closing Adobe Reader "The specified printer driver is currently in use" error is

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Promoted by Experts Exchange More than 75% of all records are compromised because of the loss or theft of a privileged credential. It works! Save the following text as a file Batch (extension .BAT) with any filename that You want. ======================================= @echo off REM Automatic closing Acrobat Reader or other process parameter specified in the Rdrcef High Cpu Usage I'm curious if anyone has experienced this issue with Reader XI.

After some searches I found this could be because the welcome screen that is opened when you start Acrobat Reader isn't closed at all, the session stays active and keeps using Cariboitjoviel 19/04/2013 at 10:26 (UTC 1) Link to this comment Reply It worked for me. Everything appears to be correct as per your suggestions. Select Edit - Preferences – General Uncheck “Show me messages when I launch Reader” Check “Don’t show messages while viewing a document” Close Reader (and manually kill process if necessary) and

We have suspicion that the 100% CPU core load is caused by this database getting corrupted by something. Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 14. In Adobe Reader go to Edit > Preferences and click on the category General Uncheck the option Show me messages when I launch Reader While you are it, also uncheck (if We redirect a lot of folders and $APPDATA$ is one of them, so I'll pass this one to the guys internally that deal with ePO and see if this will work

 
 
 

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