Step 4. I lost hope, so many times I tried, but I did it all step by step and solution 4 works. Dual cores use 50%. I will have a look at the tools you have recommended and see if any of them finds anything. weblink
So like crazy my cmoputer was using CPU trying to update. Reply Robert Sep 19, 2016 @ 11:09:10 Thankyou Sudhindra i followed this and noticed instantly CPU dropped right down and hovers around 10% or less and spiking to around 20% and Windows Update was the culprit. Solution 2.
I've read that Zone alarm FREE antivirus & firewall it's kind of gready… I uninstaled. Spoke too soon. Is this normal?!! TheJJBman11 linked an image of it in his second post.You are correct in that some malware do try to disguise themselves as Windows processes, but that doesn't seem to be the
Thanks for the reassurance. I restarted and quickly installed KB3102810. Restart your computer and then try to check for updates. 6. Windows Update High Cpu It'll also have a number next to it and if you expand the item out by clicking the arrow, you will also see every service running under that particular process.
On the morning several updated need to be installed. You'll notice that there are currently eight svchost processes running on my computer, all using up various amounts of memory and running under different user names. I tested by just disabling the update service and run-away memory problem went away. However, most of the time that this problem occurs, it has something to do with a Windows process.
Reply lakonst Apr 13, 2016 @ 08:59:17 @Tanya: 1. Svchost High Cpu Windows 10 I then went into windows update off of 'all programs' changed settings to 'check for updates but let me decide to download/install'. The problem was quickly diagnosed as a Windows Update issue. It really helped Reply gene Jun 02, 2016 @ 21:07:36 Thank you for the detailed analyses, and all the good Replys.
In other computers, the svchost.exe high usage problem may occur when Windows searches for updates (in the background). have a peek at these guys TheJJBman11Nov 9, 2015, 5:40 PM Crixilian said: browseC:\Windows and find "SoftwareDistribution" folderhold on, dont open itrun cmd as administrator and typenet stop CryptSvcnet stop BITSnet stop wuauservthen rename "SoftwareDistribution" folder to I graduated from Emory University in Atlanta, GA in 2002 with a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics. Started working like there was never any problem. 1. Svchost High Memory Usage Windows 7
After reading all kinds of unsuccessful solutions, came here for one last attempt before ditching the laptop. Clearing the Event Log for me only stopped it temporally so this was my next step. Restart your computer and check for updates again. http://intopt.com/high-cpu/svchost-high-cpu-windows-xp.html I lost the ability to windows update which is a big worry.
Just had to rename de folder. Aelookupsvc High Cpu problem was be Windows UPDATE. make startup type: disabled and click the below stop button 5.
But you stopped to early! PRO TIP: If the issue is with your computer or a laptop/notebook you should try using the Reimage Plus Software which can scan the repositories and replace corrupt and missing files. SOLVED! Svchost Virus Reply Mojirayo Apr 12, 2016 @ 13:36:33 Thank you so much!
Since then, I haven't had any more problems and my computer is running fine now.However I'm still not sure what could be creating that svchost.exe file. Now try to match the cryptic Windows service name with the easily readable names in the Services tab. Followed your solution 3 and 4 which have seemed to solve this pesky problem. this content Reply Robert Sep 19, 2016 @ 11:55:07 Everthing looked ok but now it returned again sadly so i will look at the next step another time.
So, before you continue to troubleshoot the Svchost.exe high CPU usage problem, use this Malware Scan and Removal Guide to check and remove viruses or/and malicious programs that may be running Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Thank you for your assistance!!! To be on the safe side I changed the Startup type of this service from "Automatic (Delayed Start)" to "Manual".
but thanks for trying.. Finally, after ~3 months the constantly high CPU issue is gone, as well as the consequential random shut downs of the laptop due to overheating. Reply engineerguy Aug 11, 2016 @ 00:24:38 Great guide!
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