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> Solution: Itunes 10.5 Using 100% Cpu / Not Backing Up Your Iphone.
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Solution: iTunes 10.5 using 100% CPU / Not backing up your iPhone.

This solution has been documented on this forum by several people, but the solution is usually deep in multiple threads. I really don't know who came up with it first, but it does indeed work.

I had an issue with iTunes.exe, APSDaemon, and AppleMobileDeviceHelper.exe using 100% CPU per core. (Showed as 25% in Task Manager.)

I could not backup my iPhone and the CPU spike happened as soon as iTunes 10.5 was started on Windows 7 Home Premium x64.

This solved it.

Sounds stupid but works:

1. Quit iTunes.

2. Start an elevated command prompt (Start Menu -> All Programs -> Accessories -> Right Click "Command Prompt" -> "Run as Administrator")

3. Once in the command prompt, type "netsh winetsh winsock reset

netsh winsock reset

4. Reboot your machine.

5. Restart iTunes.

6. ???

7. Profit!

Source : https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3383758?start=0&tstart=0

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