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Piece of software. Can't remember what it was called. It was legit but it might have been a false positive. I've reinstalled but the issue still persists.

I really wouldn't worry about what a third party scanner says about the registry. If this doesn't work I'm not sure, I've avoided Win 10 so far.

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/20530/windows-10-reactivating-after-hardware-change
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"We can't activate Windows on this device because we can't connect to your organisation's activation server. Make sure that you're connected to your organisation's network and try again"

DAFUQ?!
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If this is your home machine and has never been connected to a domain, maybe you really do need to reinstall.
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Whatever has happened it's really dun goofed either on my end or MS's
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Boy you done did it.
    
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Boy you done did it.

I'm sorry sen3.14
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While this thread is mainly about Windows, similar reasoning could (should?) apply to Linux, would anyone know if such a guide exists for Linux? (debian)
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Here's a clearer plot of my polling. It's already miles better than it was before but has anyone got any ideas as to how I could reduce it further?



Edit: The spikes seem to be happening on a regular basis. Anyone know why?


Edited by m0uz - 10/10/16 at 9:13am
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Looks like hpet makes things slightly more stable for the price of precision
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