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I can't ge the "go to services" menu on right click, can you guide it on XP ? November 9, 2008 KollisSai Thanks for the info. While this is not something that will hinder everyday operations, keeping your computer and all of its devices and drivers up to date is most certainly important. Disabling Services Open up Services from the administrative tools section of Control Panel, or type services.msc into the start menu search or run box. Source

Sincerely Henny April 25, 2009 Keith All of the information has been available BUT so disjointed and complex that very few could decifer it. Very well explained and easy to understand. beir bua Sliocht Chreagáin December 1, 2009 Rajasekaran Moorthy Excellent information – thank you December 2, 2009 Jobin Johny good.very useful December 2, 2009 Salim Tyan excellent and very clear explanation. many thanks, will September 8, 2009 dann thanks!

Geez, I was burning up too much calories just to find out what on earth is that SVCHOST.EXE all about, then The Geek easily cracked this one for me. Method 1 has the autoruns.... September 11, 2008 Captain Thanks a lot for your help. Because, in reality, svchost.exe is just a holder process for other services running on your system.

These highlighted services will be the ones that are associated with the problematic svchost.exe process. Resolved a leak of internet usage on my home comp. Finally an article in English (not it Cryptic) about this… May 24, 2008 Vikram That was a real help man. Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site.

I wondering how to do it in Windows XP. October 12, 2008 pos Wait till I tell all my friends about this. May 24, 2009 Sundeep I want to connect 3 monitors (alongwith keyboards and mice) to my CPU(1.5 GB RAM,160 GB HD,Ccre2 Duo Processor) so as to each one of my kids https://www.wintips.org/how-to-fix-svchost-exe-netsvcs-memory-leak-or-high-cpu-usage-problems/ So I went ahead and proceeded with the updates.

thanks 🙂 gchaz Thanks for providing the solution for the windows update problem. It's useful!! Do a Google search for repair install and follow the steps. Hold the Windows Key and Press R.

  1. January 25, 2008 Cartman Excellent, Thanks for explaining this!
  2. I mean I ALWAYS check my services and make sure nothing runs without me wanting it to.
  3. If your computer is affected by the svchost.exe process taking up a lot of your RAM problem and BITS is also using a lot of bandwidth, it may be causing the
  4. So how can i get this program/thing off my pc for good?
  5. January 25, 2008 dar Kudos -You've given a better explanation than searching on google a week could!
  6. I use XP Home Edition.
  7. Better start reading!
  8. I can't figure out for the life of me which one of my legitimate programs is trying to access the Internet, if any.
  9. So before we dive into solutions, let's get a deeper understanding of what this process actually does and how you can go about fixing some of the problems that might occur.
  10. September 7, 2008 melanie really, thanks for making things clear and for providing a very helpful explanation.

If the Windows Update service is causing this issue on your computer, disabling it will do the trick. https://appuals.com/how-to-fix-high-cpu-usage-by-svchost-exe-netsvcs/ Maybe I'm missing something here but when my firewall pops up asking me to allow svchost.exe because I just opened adobe reader or some other program how am I supposed to January 14, 2009 Charge Right on! May 25, 2009 Rajiv Sharma Its a great information.

June 13, 2009 Tejinder Very good explanation. this contact form I have a PC, with Windows XP Service Pak 3. I've erased it completely, but it still shows up everytime i turn on my pc, tryied tracing it again and showed no results. November 14, 2009 Roy Really, nice explanation, I like your work.

I've learned a lot … Thank's December 11, 2009 lucky really its helpfull for many of the user,those who are intersted in os.thanq December 11, 2009 pavan Really its helpfull for Checking in Task Manager in Any Version of Windows From the details view of the processes, which is going to be a little different depending on what version of Windows you're using, Amazon How to Set Up All Your New Holiday Gadgets How to Fix Crackling or Popping Sound on a Windows PC Subscribe l l FOLLOW US TWITTER GOOGLE+ FACEBOOK GET have a peek here i have some cleaning to do :( October 19, 2009 thermistor have your heard about trojan that can infect svchost.exe?

Finally I got my proper answer and learn a lot of'bout it. My puter got into a loop; it would restart, then once windows came up then I got the "Dos Type" window with "svchost" in the title bar and nothing inside of October 27, 2008 BILL Kaspersky gave me this: Running process C:\windows\system32\svchost.exe: detected modification of riskware ‘Mass-mailer software'.

February 21, 2009 Snowman Kevin, Start the Command Prompt from the program list or type "CMD" from the Run box.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Norton by Tech Boy Stevo / April 24, 2009 12:58 PM PDT In reply to: svchost and Norton anti virus Agreed. While this problem is mostly seen in computers running on the Windows 7 Operating System Windows 8 and 10 aren’t at all immune to it. geek.com did a good job putting this info all together, Great job dude!! I have a laptop here to fix that has 5 running but not, It's stopped and can't Manually start it.

June 26, 2009 abhishek i performed the above action but i fear that disableing it may harm it in another ways or may stops some function please reply June 29, 2009 I was loosing connectivity on my network after 3-5 mins and the computer was freezing svchost & DPC & hardware interupts were spiking the CPU to 98-100% I had to reset That would help with making sure the mistakes are kept to a small minimum… Much thanks! Check This Out August 26, 2008 Liam Great article, helps a lot.

Finally a good night sleep for us all! Thanks very much for the clear and excellent explanation! Could we have that in English please? July 22, 2009 Richard Harrison At last a Geek that puts it in plain english for the rest of us.

but sometimes people report svchost.exe as virus too.. tpa It seems that solution 1 works for me! does it possible…..can this be true….plssss Help me… February 8, 2008 Steven Klassen Great article, thanks! when somebody asks me about it. :) September 9, 2008 NaYa very good explanation, thnk you!!!

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Zone alarm is the problem by Golden swan / April 17, 2009 9:01 PM PDT In reply to: excellent question I have recently So What Is It? Since that is the case, another effective method that you can use to try and fix this issue is to download and install an antivirus or anti-malware program such as Malwarebytes December 16, 2009 Carol Wow, where have I been for the past 2 years?

October 15, 2008 Arnav You solved my problem I has having a difficulty October 16, 2008 ian I've noticed that installed programs may use svchost.exe to run. September 14, 2008 bavwill Cheers man!