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November 12, 2008 Karen I would like to thank you for taking the time to convey this information in terms that were CLEAR and EASY to understand! Its a bug in disguise under the name of svchost.exe to prevent detection. I seem to have hit a brick wall. 🙁 Reply lakonst Oct 25, 2016 @ 09:33:20 @David Beroff: Scroll down the page and apply the steps in "UPDATE – 22/03/2016" section Windows is how it is - period!

Reply lakonst Apr 13, 2016 @ 08:59:17 @Tanya: 1. I do a have question in my mind. It is totally FUCKING my computer. Laptop is 4 years old Samsung 3 series Notebook. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svchost.exe

thank you! August 23, 2009 Cjreef Thank you very much for giving us your time and effort. February 12, 2008 Chris Dorn why would I always have multiple msexe.exe running in my Task Manager on my XP home edition? or just solving the problem in general?

  1. Windows Program Automatic Startup Locations Many programs that you install are automatically run when you start your computer and load Windows.
  2. My fan was running near full power and the temperature was @ 80C-computer was getting really slow.
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  4. But in several cases users are complaining that Svchost.exe is hogging their CPU or Memory  resources without obvious reasons e.g.
  5. Let the installer finish the installation and then restart your computer.
  6. You're better off safe than sorry, so scanning your computer is a good idea, no matter what antivirus product you're using.
  7. July 27, 2009 Valerie Thank you again from all of us and will also go to viper site to check which processes I can stop.

Reply Serdar Artuc Dec 07, 2015 @ 22:35:43 Hi! September 14, 2009 SHUBERT Very well described the meaning of svchost process in details. In this tutorial you can find detailed instructions on how to troubleshoot and resolve memory leak or high CPU usage problems caused by svchost {Svchost.exe (netsvcs)}. Solution 3: Empty Event viewer log.

And thanks for some of the links provided too. For the most part these entries are the most common, but it is not always the case. Show more Language: English Content location: United States Restricted Mode: Off History Help Loading... https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Svchost.exe Windows 8 Task Manager One last thing I wanted to mention was the fact that the Windows 8 task manager basically makes using the command line or Process Explorer totally obsolete.

Malwarebytes, which is a decent program didn't detect any problems, but Roguekiller was all over it. January 9, 2009 Derek I have six svchosts running in my task manager, but they all seem to run from different locations. I was always wondering what is this service all about but never actully try to dig it more. Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable.

January 14, 2009 Charge Right on! It is not uncommon to see numerous SVCHOST entries, sometimes upwards to 8 or 9 entries, running on your computer. I dont want to end one thats imprtant. I hide the (KB3035583) because don't want to upgrade my system to windows 10!

Windows system file". Raven_Soul What is your AntiVirus? Watch the Windows Vista and Windows 7 SVCHOST companion video here! October 6, 2009 JB I'm about the 300th person to thank you for this excellent explanation but it needs to be said!

I also deleted the SoftwareDistribution and Temp folders. The only problem that I had (I'm not totally computer illiterate but I'm not a programmer), and this sounds stupid, but when you check the "show processes for all users box", Then it used mmc.exe. God bless you.

Appuals.com. 2015-12-03. FlRoin tataru Move tasklist /SVC /FO TABLE /FI "IMAGENAME eq svchost.exe to tasklist /SVC /FO TABLE /FI "IMAGENAME eq svchost.exe" It will work then …. If you find one living outside the haven of C:\Windows\System32 then you should immediately scan your computer for viruses to remove it.

Keep up the good work June 8, 2008 Bill Snow On Jan 25th this was posted: Peter Thank you so much for this awesome guide.

It really would be nice to know what would happen to our computer whenever any one or combination of proceses was disabled before we took this action (specifically, what things "only It epears now on each computer in my office. If the file is located in Windows/system32, it's more than likely not a virus, however I always recommend performing a scan just to be sure. Tried system restore.

please suggest me whether it is a virus attack or anything else and give me a solution. March 11, 2008 tv great job. Windows jumps at your click and displays relevant services with alacrity. It was fu.ing windows update.

Nice of you to put this together!