CPU is running at 60-80%

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    Hi Folks,

    Any one that can help me finding out why my CPU is running at 60-80% when whatching FTA channels?

    Thanks in advance.

    TV-Server Version: 1.1.0 ALPHA
    MediaPortal Version: 1.1.0 ALPHA
    MediaPortal Skin: BLUE3WIDE
    Windows Version: Vista x86
    CPU Type: AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ 2.6
    HDD:
    Memory: 2GB
    Motherboard: gigabyte GA-MA78GM-S2H Ver. 1.0
    Video Card: onboard ATI HD3200
    Video Card Driver: Catalyst 9.8
    Sound Card:
    Sound Card AC3:
    Sound Card Driver:
    1. TV Card: Hauppauge HVR-4000
    1. TV Card Type: analog, DVB-S or DVB-T
    1. TV Card Driver:
    2. TV Card:
    2. TV Card Type:
    2. TV Card Driver:
    3. TV Card:
    3. TV Card Type:
    3. TV Card Driver:
    4. TV Card:
    4. TV Card Type:
    4. TV Card Driver:
    MPEG2 Video Codec:
    MPEG2 Audio Codec:
    h.264 Video Codec:
    Satelite/CableTV Provider:
    HTPC Case: Antec Fusion
    Cooling:
    Power Supply:
    Remote:
    TV:
    TV - HTPC Connection: HDMI


     
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