I disabled Automatic Updates and in the Services. Thereafter Windows Update will perform as it should. It did exactly what is written above. You will definitely see a lot of svchost. Press Win + R to open Run dialog and type: Regedit, hit Enter; 2. Kiểm Tra System Idle Process Điều đáng nói ở đây System idle Process không phải là một virus hay một thứ gì đó gây hại cho máy tính cả, nó đơn giản cho biết bộ xử lý đang rảnh rỗi.
Having read Post 1 a tad more diligently and looked at other clues, I see that you have 512 Mb of installed memory and a memory crisis. This would be a last resort, but can rejuvenate a computer to like new condition and for some problems, may even be less time consuming. I am looking for the registry fix for that it's a single key, I just can't remember which one. When convenient, confirm that svchost. A two hour wiat will tell you if the problem is simply a configured long start up time. For example, right now, My Task Manager is using 143,000K of memory and processor utilization stands at 98%. Way to make your products look more like a polished turd!!! Thanks to all who responded.
After loading some spyware and virus checking software and finding nothing, I thought we would start again. Dana Wayland Computer Submitted by waytron If you have any additional suggestions or experience of your own to share with Anthony, please click the reply link and post away. When you come back, you can close the extra instances of the application. It turns out that the utility was a memory hog for some reason. Microsoft has recognized this problem and has released a patch. Shut down your computer and unplug all external devices such as Printers, Scanners and Backup Drives. I've read up on this from various links through google, and they all state that this is most likely a virus.
On stopping Windows Update the 'svchost. Im so over this computer!!!!! As a quick test I decided to disable all the non-microsoft shell extensions and reboot. I was getting 100% cpu usage but about 25mb mem. Next I tried to use your fix in normal mode like Hank in post 5. If I can answer any questions to help provide information, I will do so. Please note: Act carefully while deleting useless antivirus software to avoid 4.
This will upgrade the various components of your Internet Explorer installation. I don't know how the joystick use could be an issue, but I reinstalled my Logitech drivers just to be sure, and it didn't help. I have been looking for an adequate solution to this problem ever since I first came across it some 3 years ago. Tlist Windows 2000 Installation If you do not have this file you will need to install the Microsoft Windows 2000 support tools. He had two versions of xp at that point. If the problem goes away, plug things back in, one at a time until you have isolated the problem device. Anyway, I will let you all know what fixes my computer.
Thanks I have seen this issue before, and have known it to result from a variety of causes. I noticed the problem only about a month ago which maybe coincedence but my internet speed also has droped aswell. The nice thing about process explorer is that it gets you the friendly name for each process instead of the short name. I found that the only way I could stop it is to go into Task Manager and end its process and also run msconfig and disable it from startup. I have a pre-release version of service pack 3, and I followed your instructions. Why do I have multiple svchost. Go to the website for your computer and download and install the latest drivers for your computer.
Finally my computer is back to normal operations. C is still in warantee and that you can have the Hard disk relaced? Now try to match the cryptic Windows service name with the easily readable names in the Services tab. That may have fixed the solution as well. These are my two main problems with a slowing machine; overload of one part or another. After applying this fix, I was finally able to download and install the latest updates and after rebooting, the svchost. If you have any questions, post a comment. They do not know a damned shit more than you, but they have fun , for sure! It's my considered opinion at this point that my system is either just getting too old, or there is a virus affecting my system-- that has gotten so deep into my system that no virus checker has been able to find and eradicate it.
Send me notifications when members answer or reply to this question. I used to blame it on wuauclt. I have run every dianostic I can find on memory, both from Dell and the Internet and none have found any problems. Just an update on the behaviour of the computer - in 'Windows Task Manager' the 'svchost. Then I came accross your post. When you get into the program, select the svchost that uses alot of memmory and cpu.
But after a lot research I finally found the root cause and a possible solution. This has been the greatest fix ever. I tryed each fix that was valid for me but none of them worked except 27. During the entire existence of Windows Updates. Both times it worked the gremlins out of the system. Therefore, please do remember to backup important files and data to an external storage device before you trying below tips.