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Three run under the username "System," two under "Network Service," and one under "Local Service." Since svchost.exe has a history of being an uninvited guest to a masquerade party (i.e. I was planning to de-install IE8 when Microsoft Support ends in April (I use it only for WU). It looks like it works I couldn't find any information on this issue till I saw this article. We did this to improve customer experience, reducing the time Windows Update requires to check existing updates before installing new ones. http://mmonoplayer.com/windows-xp/how-to-solve-svchost-exe-problem-in-windows-xp.html

I have stopped most of the unwanted services for the time being. Had the 100% CPU problem after having unintentionally left my firewall off. Thanks, Stardude Bill says March 9, 2008 at 2:47 pm I did all of this and it fixed that problem - however now programs such as AOL Instant Messenger won't open. sc config trkwks start= disabled Hopefully this helps somebody!

Svchost.exe High Cpu Usage Windows Xp

February 6, 2008 gerald Hi good evening.. Ahemm, ever thought of rewritng some of MS's help articles :). Thank you!!!!!! Any help/advice appreciated.

Thanks for sharing. What does your .bat file do exactly? When the fix is ready, how will I get it? Cpu Usage 100 Percent Windows Xp Sp3 Fix At the time of this writing, MS13-097/KB 2898785 seems to be the magic bullet for most situations.

I may not know how to fix the problem myself, but I know enough to know that blindly installing .bat files (or even the .exe's) can be very dangerous. On deployed machines, if you're lucky the Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer will be installed by Automatic Updates. Does that mean I am monitored or is it any SVChost launched by any hacker to access password and other sensitive information? From a programming perspective this makes more sense for reusability… but the problem is that you can't launch a .dll file directly from Windows, it has to be loaded up from

Mian says January 13, 2009 at 1:03 pm From the last one month i was facing the same problem (SVhost.exe eating my CPU speed like hill) it was happen only after Kb2870699 More like this 17 epic Windows Auto Update meltdowns Microsoft to fix Windows XP update SVCHOST redline issue 'soon' Resurrected KB 951847 'zombie' patch fixed -- but now has new problem Thanks to DougCuk for providing comments which seem to have resolved problems which others have experienced !! HELP!

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If the service name is "scvhost.exe" then its a virus. March 19, 2009 vicky Dear all, By disabling the service, would that effect the performance of the CPU or server? Svchost.exe High Cpu Usage Windows Xp To everyone else that had the issue with HP printers, I work for a 3rd party company that represents HP, so I have some connections. Cpu Usage 100 Windows Xp Solution February 21, 2009 Snowman Kevin, Start the Command Prompt from the program list or type "CMD" from the Run box.

August 17, 2008 craig smith Thanks this helped me alot. weblink There is a patch on the HP web site support center for the problem of HP software uninstalling itself! September 14, 2008 bavwill Cheers man! tasklist /SVC The problem with using the command line method is that you don't necessarily know what these cryptic names refer to. How To Solve Svchost.exe Problem In Windows Xp

September 14, 2009 User omfg ty for posting this ^_^ September 17, 2009 Kiran Hey!!! July 19, 2008 james_k Don't disable services using Task Manager, In VISTA click the start button, type "services.msc" in the search box without quotes, and hit enter, this opens the services Here you will see every svchost.exe process listed as Service Host: followed by the type of account it is running under (Local System, Network Service, etc). http://mmonoplayer.com/windows-xp/fix-windows-xp-boot-without-cd.html Another window very similar to the first one will open, click on shexview.exe In the next window click on Run to start the installation.

Will my laptop download all IE& Patches then? How To Reduce Cpu Usage In Windows Xp A black screen will pop up and white text will scroll past. So very frustrating.

I sugest one topic: how it works, and how to reduce the amount of memory that consumes "iexplore.exe" ( in my case 56.956 K) Thanks again February 18, 2008 lester hi

It's going to be hard to find this virus now.. The Cumulative Security Update for Internet Explorer is dependent on the version of Internet Explorer installed, as I list below for quick reference: MS13-097/KB 2898785 Windows XP SP3 Internet Explorer 6 MS13-097/KB As a quick test I decided to disable all the non-microsoft shell extensions and reboot. Disable Automatic Updates Windows Xp July 2, 2009 inkit nice information, in simple words.

Also if Username of "svchost.exe" service entry is other than "System", "Local Service" and "Network Service", then its a virus. Apparently it only rose while I was running iTunes, so I'm just going to stop using my iTunes and see what happens. RELATED ARTICLEWhat Is This Process and Why Is It Running? his comment is here and now , i understanded it :D September 27, 2009 Frenkie Thanks a lot it helped to understand what is it September 28, 2009 jim b I have a question on

Fantastic! Keep up the good work. I am unsure if it is a Windows bug or something else. I would reinstall everything but I've had to do that way to many time with virus problems and I have a lot of stuff on here so it would take awhile.

After some aggravation I got it to go away using a repair install. Just an update on the behaviour of the computer - in 'Windows Task Manager' the 'svchost.exe' is back to CPU 0% but the 'system Idle Process' keeps hitting 99 %. after the patching everything was resolved "magicaly".