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Hi all.

I have some software which uses about 13% CPU, but almost all this load makes one of process's threads. Suspanding this thread reduces the load to 0,5% and process still works correctly.

Im' trying to make small script which would find this thread by process load or cycles delta and suspend it. I use QueryThreadCycleTime function of kernel32.dll, but it returns wrong data.

Here is my small script


And this is screenshot of it's work and real preferences of thread in ProcessExplorer. What should I do to recieve correct cycle delta of threads? Thx in advance.



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ZaursBot? Looks suspicious to me... What is it?

Please read the forum rules correctly before posting about game bots

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is quite right - please read the Forum rules - particularly the bit about not discussing game interaction - before you post again.  Thread locked.

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