Reply lakonst Jun 21, 2016 @ 08:55:55 @Ray Love: I believe that the next time you will search for updates, It will not take so much time. This confirms me that its some kinda bug. Reply Tanya Apr 13, 2016 @ 15:10:00 Left the Update run for 5 hours. I wouldn't go straight to reinstall of the OS without at least looking around a little. check over here
This was a lot of help for me as far as a starting point. My task manager doesn't seem to have one. To disable a service on your computer permanently: 1. Bill Snow: Try using Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware program.
Probably still have to have it reformated but now know so much more than before. E-Tech.. 5,418 views 2:01 Fix svchost exe netsvcs high memory for win 7 - Duration: 3:08. Very informative & helpful!
Thanks again! October 15, 2009 Stud thank you very much :) i always like to know what programs are running behind the seens and i never knew that there are so many diferent You're better off safe than sorry, so scanning your computer is a good idea, no matter what antivirus product you're using. Svchost -k Netsvcs Microsoft needs to take some lessons.
How can I tell if this is a legitimate svchost addition or a masquereding virus? Svchost.exe High Cpu Windows 7 February 21, 2009 Snowman Kevin, Start the Command Prompt from the program list or type "CMD" from the Run box. I wondering how to do it in Windows XP. Useful information explained in simple terms.
I had a CPU usage from 25% even to 90% sometimes when no program was opened… The cooling fan was continiously blowing. Wuauserv High Cpu This article not only explained the svchost process; it provided additional resources (both GUI and CLI) that greatly aid in understanding what my PC is doing under the hood. I suspect the issue was with software updates. mavrikweb 65,154 views 1:00 Loading more suggestions...
It helped! August 27, 2008 William Snow Liam, Go to http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/windows-vista/what-is-svchostexe-and-why-is-it-running/ and read the whole section and then download "Process Explorer". Svchost.exe High Memory Usage Windows 7 Are My Smarthome Devices Secure? Svchost.exe Netsvcs High Cpu Reply Jerry Dec 03, 2016 @ 15:27:57 Holy c***.
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Thks Reply Abazek Nov 21, 2015 @ 21:50:52 Fixed this problem on my Win7 computer by going into "Computer Management" then disabling all the Tasks Scheduler Tasks under Microsoft->Windows->Application Experience and Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion Ad infinitum. this content You may need to scroll down to it, but the left-hand column will show the name of the process.
This will let you see a description of what each process is and may help you to make a decision of what to do. Svchost Virus Reply David May 01, 2016 @ 19:39:19 Great work!! Scan your computer for viruses.
Started working like there was never any problem. 1. Great stuff: Will make the beginner think they might actually understand some of it one day! :) July 1, 2008 aris Thanks bro, it is vey useful informatin for me July All the other steps left me with the same results, windows update service hogging half the CPU, and never finishing a scan for any new windows updates when enabled. Rkill And Tdsskiller The "bad" one may be some software trying to check for updates via the internet.
Thanks! September 3, 2008 Carl Good explanation on the details, really helped us a lot! :) September 4, 2008 Vins Really very nice article.. June 11, 2009 Phoebe ahh I don't have Vista. have a peek at these guys Reply JaCaria Oct 23, 2016 @ 03:36:25 Solution #2 worked for me!
I just tried to kill them and when they came back I just glared at the screen for a few seconds :P November 11, 2009 axee5 Great information and link with Could this Process Be a Virus? Reply Alexander Dudkin Jun 17, 2016 @ 20:59:58 Windows update service was causing CPU 50% usage via svchost. January 25, 2008 dar Kudos -You've given a better explanation than searching on google a week could!
Windows is how it is - period! Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Daily Email Newsletter Featured PostsHow to Check if Your VPN Connection is Actually EncryptedThe Best Free Apps for a New iPhoneView September 26, 2008 Dr Udoh This is an excellent explanation. Jose Soares Effort, PA October 10, 2009 Kamil Excellent Explanation !!!!!!!
I'm going to go try the command as Admin but figured it might be useful to mention here that on XP Pro (SP2) it doesn't work under a regular user, even Thank u very much. August 26, 2008 Laxman One of the most impressive articles I have ever come across. it mention something like "autohotkey" and its icon is a "H" letter in a green box.
My cpu was pegged at 99% thanks to this I was able to identify it and shut it down. Leave it for some hours. Goes to Windows Support and read the Bullitins and the registry hacks should help and if its a HP get rid of the HP Center? Even if it's Windows Update or the Firewall, don't worry, you can re-enable it later.
WHS January 24, 2008 Chris Thanks for this excellent guide, it is hands down the best explanation of these svchost.exe processes I've read anywhere (I don't know why everyone always feels Reply PS Dec 30, 2015 @ 08:05:52 This kb3102810 did it for me too. Tried turning off windows defender. Microsoft has a free tool you can download, called Process Explorer.