Proud graduate of GeekU and member of UNITE___Rui Back to top Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 Next » Back to Windows 7 12 user(s) are reading this topic Is there any way I can isolate the cause of the problem? Reply Gershon Nov 28, 2016 @ 23:42:14 Noticed my HP Notebook with Intel i7 CPU and Windows 7 SP1 installed to overheat in standby and using a steady 25% of CPU. How did Microsoft let this happen? this contact form
To prevent these problems you must regularly clean up and repair your registry with the help of a Windows Vista registry cleaner tool, run regular full system scans with your antivirus I did the suggested steps of clearing the log files and forcing a new c:\windows\ softwaredistribution folder. Log in or register to post comments For what it's worth. I then leave in standby between sessions. his comment is here
Svchost.exe High Memory Usage Windows 7
Last time I did this it took over twelve (12) hours to run and downloaded over 200 updates. Disabling the Windows Update did the trick, and I remember now that I turned the auto update on last week :(. In that case, you will need to use another utility, called Process Explorer - described next. If you're running Windows 8, you can refresh your computer.
Reply Jo Dec 27, 2015 @ 19:19:23 I also donated $5, which is sadly all I can afford at the moment.
The key with this program is to follow the instructions to the letter.
So as of right now turned Laptop on took a while for updates to install 9 in total.And happy to say my (CPU usage) has dropped to 1% AND only spikes
W7 ultimate X86 German Thanks a lot Reply Zento Dec 09, 2015 @ 19:57:24 Hi!
This agent called 7.6.7600.320 was released in August 2014 and original factory settings goes back to 2013 // That' quite STRANGE either !!
Crashes and Debugging How to kill svchost sub processCould you help me to fix following issue please?
Reply Cijo Cyril Sep 16, 2015 @ 16:36:48 Very well, thank you Reply Muhammad Fahman Sep 16, 2015 @ 16:47:37 It really worked, I found the problem.
This is definitely a Microsoft Windows 7 issue.
If this solution does not get the job done for you, simply move onto the next one.
Eventually it came back with this message: "Windows could not search for updates. Like slovakia said, hope Microsoft gets a clue and fixes it soon. Reply Jo Mar 09, 2017 @ 19:12:17 To make it simple… just check the "Windows Update" service. Svchost.exe High Cpu Windows 10 The Task Manager window will now change to the 'Services' tab, and will show at least one Windows Service task already highlighted.
Right know I both back up the system image and REGISTRY in an external hard drive! Svchost.exe Cpu However, most of the time that this problem occurs, it has something to do with a Windows process. Error 8008005". at moments when the user doesn't run any programs.
Applied on a HP Notebook with Windows 7 SP1 Home. I have bookmarked this page, so maybe i am not that confident that my last 3 hours have been a total success. Click here to Register a free account now! http://megathud.com/high-cpu/system-process-high-cpu-usage.html If you don’t already have an anti-virus program, I recommend using either Kaspersky or Bitdefender since they consistently perform at the top in AV-Test and AV-Comparatives rankings.
This is the reason why svchost.exe is associated with several PC problems such as 100% CPU usage problems, memory error, and excessive power utilization. Wuauserv High Cpu All good after it. All these services combined effectively run Windows from 'behind the scenes', so to speak.
To do so: Right click on the Task Bar, then select "Task Manager".
Thank you for the tutorial, that was really helpful Reply Steve Testerman Sep 17, 2015 @ 20:28:18 Try installing windows update: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3050265 It resolves the issue of the windows update service Install them. Run Windows Update Troubleshooter 1. Svchost Virus Hot Network Questions How many spells can a triton cast per long rest?
The ones highlighted in blue are: AeLookupSvc Appinfo BITS iphlpsvc LanmanServer MMCSS ProfSvc Schedule SENS ShellHWDetection Themes winmgmt wuauserv What's going on and is there a fix? It was svchost.exe -k netsvcs being the heavy user. (Another was listed but not using the CPU like the first one.) By following it's relationships in the program, I systematically turned Many, many thanks. http://megathud.com/high-cpu/svchost-system-problem.html Delete * (or rename e.g.
Reply Tanya Apr 13, 2016 @ 10:29:24 CPU has dropped significantly (varies between 25%-5%)! Thanks for that tip! How would I pin-pointedly get to know, out of n services which have been hosted in servicehost.exe is creating highest number of threads or is misbehaving? I really liked your step by step guide, particularly the detective work with the resource monitor.
Windows Update is disabled for now. In that case I suggest you refer to my Windows Update Won't Update article for a possible solution; if you are really stuck with this issue you can contact me for Security Update for Windows 7 for x86 based Systems (KB2993651) Security Update for Windows 7 for x64-based Systems (KB2993651) Security Update for Windows 8.1 for x86-based Systems (KB2993651) Security Update for If that is the case you should let the process run for as long as it needs to in order to complete the task.
What a pain in the ass. A) You can perform a sequentially search using Google (for all highlighted services) and see if the searched service is critical – or not - for your computer. Solution 2: Update the WindowsUpdate Client Try updating the Update Client from the link below depending on your system type. Your guide has been very helpful: updated, well written, easy to follow even for who like me has just a bare knowledge of the English language. 50$ are the minimum donation,
Turns out my issue was the Windows Update problem on Windows 7. I left the computer on all night (poor laptop was almost on fire) and the following morning, the bar was still there showing it was still searching.