Pretty obvious where that virus originated. So, another solution is to clear Event Viewer's log. Reply Tanya Apr 13, 2016 @ 04:22:05 I have tried to run the the Microsoftfixit.exe and the Windows Standalone Installer Windows6.1-KB3102810-x64 but they both seem to searching for updates endlessly with Reply shab Dec 22, 2015 @ 16:55:37 its wonderful******* thank you very much.:* Reply [email protected] Dec 23, 2015 @ 22:59:07 It´s devently made by Microsoft forcing us to update on Win10!! check over here
Looked it up, and it's the Windows Update service, so then moved on to the recreating the distribution directory and now I'm back in business. 🙂 Reply eddie macdonald Aug 13, K. That said, it would not be uncommon to have up to 15 or more svchost.exe processes running on the machine, which each process referencing multiple Windows Services. Even after reinstalling windows 7 twice, it still was running at 80-90% usage on idle.
The best I can do now is keep manually stopping the process every time it crops up again every few minutes. Following the advice has rejuvenated my 8+ year old vista pc. Stop Windows Update Service 2.
In order to disable a service in Windows, right-click on it from the Services tab and choose Properties. Reply lakonst Apr 13, 2016 @ 12:03:10 @Tanya: I think, yes. Reply Thomas Jan 09, 2016 @ 15:45:48 This last update worked for me as well… I'm completely perplexed by this as I have installed several 10s of Windows 7 PCs over Svchost.exe High Memory Usage Windows 7 Unfortunately the services are essential so they cannot be disabled and tested one-by-one.netsvcs group contains: Reply to gggirlgeek Ask a new question Answer Read More Svchost.Exe CPUs Related Resources Windows7 and
At services tab you should see several highlighted services that run under the svchost.exe process. 5. Windows Update High Cpu Reply Paul Slagle May 17, 2016 @ 15:19:23 Deleting SoftwareDistribution folder fixed it for me. Spoke too soon. Processor it's around 0-10%.
Thank you. Windows 7 Svchost High Cpu Windows Update How to Cancel Windows 10 Reservation (Properly) Download Windows 10 .ISO (DVD) for Clean Install? foolauto Ditto what Rokko308, emeskaykay, and Ken posted. Reply Jim Jun 13, 2016 @ 03:28:50 Thanks so much for such a comprehensive piece.
Much easier, less headaches. Finally, after ~3 months the constantly high CPU issue is gone, as well as the consequential random shut downs of the laptop due to overheating. Wuauserv High Cpu I was completely out of ideas for trying to fix this problem. Wuauserv 25 Cpu Log in or register to post comments Search form Search Need Tech Support / Help installing Windows 10?
UPDATE – 16/10/2015 Other solutions that I have applied in different cases (computers) in which the "svchost.exe" high usage problem is caused while searching for updates. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. I read here that clearing the Event log may help. Reply to rampur curt504Jul 5, 2016, 1:39 AM rampur said: It's not malware or virus but it's a bug in windows update service , which causes high CPU usage or high Svchost Netsvcs High Cpu
I restarted and quickly installed KB3102810. Many errors were fixed, but one was left unfixed. Stop Windows Update Service 2. http://cpresourcesllc.com/high-cpu/svhost-100-error.php Siyabone!!Nke liboa!!
Reply Peter Sep 03, 2016 @ 01:58:27 Thanks a lot!! Windows Update High Cpu Windows 7 Deleted softwaredistribution, fixed the issue! In that case, you will need to use another utility, called Process Explorer - described next.
Did you do anything specific to successfully get the updates, or just let the computer run its full course? I just restored for the 4th time, and this time I did not allow Auto Update, and now the machine runs like new. Now my 35% total CPU is regulating from 10-30%, mainly from using the web browser. (I need to get a newer processor anyways, this thing is 4 years old) Thanks! Svchost.exe Virus Either Microsoft is deliberately making life difficult for Windows 7 users or the folks that manage Windows Update are not as competent as they used to be.
To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here. Got a Computer Question or Problem? At Processes tab, check the Show processes from all users checkbox. 3. I already have that version installed.
Appreciation deposited via PayPal. Reply Andrew Apr 17, 2016 @ 23:05:50 Whoever wrote this article is a fuc…g genius. In the rest of the cases, the Svchost.exe (netsvcs) high CPU or Memory leak problems, can be caused by a Windows Update, or by a full Event log file or by My fan was running near full power and the temperature was @ 80C-computer was getting really slow.
After 12 hours of fruitless troubleshooting, I found your page and now I am bowing and prostrating. Scan your computer for viruses. Another thing - set the pagefile to be a minimum of 1.5 times the actual memory, and at least 4000MB and not expandable (system managed) - expanding and contracting the pagefile Reply Ryś Dec 12, 2015 @ 11:16:44 Guys!
I hope this helps anyone having similar problems with a single core processor. None of the problems can be solved without dissableing Windows update. Deleting the “SoftwareDistribution” folder solved it. Reply Nik Apr 10, 2016 @ 23:08:52 Finally solved by your steps, thanks.
Just What I needed. I deleted the software distribution folder(actually it went to the recycle bin with all the updates in it so i had to retrieve it and move it to a different location..better a. Arrows: What is the issue you're having with Method 3?...
click apply and ok 6. Please like and share this guide to help others.If you want to stay constantly protected from malware threats, existing and future ones, we recommend that you install Malwarebytes Anti-Malware BEST FIX: Steps to fix error 0xc000021a in Windows 8 and 10 September 15, 2015 180 SOLVED: The User Profile Service failed the logon May 12, 2014 132 BEST FIX: Steps Followed through solution Nos 1 to 3 of your post but the problem re-occured upon system restart.
Delete * (or rename e.g. WISH YOU TO CONTINUE THE SERVICE!!! Reply Nik Apr 10, 2016 @ 23:08:52 Finally solved by your steps, thanks. However, having now seen that it took Windows Update 7 hours to scan for updates, could this have been the problem all along?