Problem With A Growing Svchost Process (not The Usual One)
Offline files can also consume lot of RAM. Dex Luther says October 20, 2008 at 12:16 pm Some explanations as to what everything you explain does would be appreciated. Earlier today before I restarted, svchost.exe was at over 900,000 KB mem usage. I had problems with HP software before. http://www.theeldergeek.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=27059
Any help would be greatly appreciated. yes. This is causing me to believe that it is probably a virus, but my AVG Business Edition and Malwarebytes Pro aren't finding anything.
Regards Reply: I wish I had a "System Idle Process" which could use 10000 tragazamilliono memory…rofl! Superfetch is loading most of applications the you're using into RAM to make it "instantly" to load. ea2000 says May 25, 2008 at 4:45 pm This fix worked for me on XP with SP3. They had me do a grade 3 uninstall of their software, and reinstall the updated version from their site.
Finally my computer is back to normal operations. Liza says December 18, 2007 at 8:51 am Disregard my last post. Those are my guesses, anyway. http://www.pcguide.com/vb/archive/index.php/t-60161.html Most technicians carry standard replacement parts to onsite visits, […] Filed Under: Microsoft Tagged With: fix svchost.exe, GGuide, memory leak, svchost.exeComments Alden says June 4, 2007 at 3:09 am Great tip,
TIA cathor, Oct 27, 2007 #1 EzyStvy Computing Professor Staff Member Joined: Dec 30, 1999 Messages: 10,276 Location: Dallas, Tx Sounds normal to me...Could reboot and make it shrink Beanpole says October 6, 2008 at 3:52 pm oh and almost forgot, I also have an officejet pro L7680 all-in-one Kerry says October 8, 2008 at 5:05 pm Fixed my svchost.exe To introduce Chris, he lives in Ontario in Canada and runs Carruthers Computers. Some of you may already know of him as he is a regular on some computer business related podcasts. Problem With A Growing Svchost Process (not The Usual One) Started by cathor , Oct 28 2007 06:22 AM Please log in to reply 8 replies to this topic #1 cathor
Guess what? https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2743187 It almost looks like a memory leak related to thread execution core timestamp non-validation or something. When I end the process in Windows Task Manager, it seems then that my RPC server is then toast. Now I get alot of BLANK web pages or no video.
You paid for the memory, having it sit there empty all the time isn't a particularly good return on your investment. see here This also only tends to happen after four or six hours work (it makes the second half of my day Hell).I'm going to experiment with which background services are allowed to I tried everything I could think of. had the same problem, just go to admin tools/services and then go to dns client and activate it, be shure that auto starts and that restarts if theres a failure (maybe
mike from greece says May 19, 2008 at 10:28 am Thanx a lot. Chip from CT says January 15, 2009 at 4:29 pm Simple solution, just use Windows Update instead of Microsoft Update, which causes the problem. Thanks all. this page After that everything cleared up.
Related services: UxSms, TrkWks, SysMain, PcaSvc, Netman, CscService, AudioEndpointBuilder, TabletInputService The only thing I can think of is that I was running Virtualbox with Ubuntu for a little while but that Im running XP Home SPack 2. It found a driver update and didn't resolve the problem.
mrawesome says August 13, 2008 at 8:19 am OK.
- I recently installed an HP printer (c4390) and ever since i got this annoying svchost.exe exploding cpu.
- I downloaded them from the hp website.
- I only noticed this after I tried playing some Divx videos I had burned to CD a long time ago, Windows thingie said it didn't want to run the file because
- and i am not the only one that have posted this problem.
- I have almost nothing running.
- Does anyone know this answer.
Othman :) Chris Hobbs says August 22, 2007 at 5:25 am Hi. I did what #33 suggested and it worked wonderfully! I couldn't go to safe mode (it just stopped after running some lines…). I found the fix for this in post 27 - DNS caching being set up as a network service at startup through a registry key (although on my machine it is
Some days are worse than others. Great Job! Success! http://nuvisiongraphx.com/problem-with/problem-with.html one of my svchost instances just keeps on growing and growing.
Right click on the list and click Stop.--> Download http://go.microsoft....k/?LinkId=43264After downloading the file from Microsoft, you may be asked to Validate your copy of windows. It can be downloaded via Microsoft TechNet. Reapplying the hotfix doesn't seem to have any effect. When I have looked at the services, this process runs a few things all under the 888 PID.
The first thing I did was disable Windows automatic updates, which freed my CPU from the dreaded svchost.exe lock up. cathor Joined: Oct 27, 2007 Messages: 3 hi! solved High SVCHOST CPU usage after restore, multiple machines. I found that the Windows Time Service W32Time caused the memory leak. (Windows 7/64 Home Premium, IE11, up-to-date Windows Updates).
CPU usage is low (about 1~3%). The RAM it uses for file cacheing (It's not just applications) is on the standby page list, where it's part of "Available" memory.