thanks again :) Tracy says October 5, 2007 at 6:41 pm My svchost.exe isn't the problem when I checked the processes. How can't big guys like you just see that those "experts" are just playing "the professor" with you, whatever the consequences. asm316Aug 22, 2011, 9:41 AM Best answer selected by asm316. However, mine is. http://dotbowl.com/problem-with/problem-with-aol-8-0.html
I thought i could solve the problem by eliminating hp printer from startup programs with no success. paff says July 8, 2008 at 6:12 am According to Post 27 "Deleting the Value “NetworkService = DnsCache” in HKLM\Software\Microsoft\WinNT\CurrentVersion\SvcHost did the trick for me on a lot of systems." another Either HP's software did not uninstall completely when I told it to or the software updated while it was installing. Some people here have flagged HP software as being a trigger for this,(in my case, it was uninstalling an O&O drive backup program) but I really think the root of the
And then click OK. 4. Ask ! Thanks a lot your such a nice guy mwuuuaaahhh…… Cheers!! Dave says September 8, 2008 at 2:57 pm <> Olivier - just rename the file to fix_svchost.bat and it will work fine Juan says September 13, 2008 at 10:33 am Bryce,
I tried everything I could think of. When I end the process in Windows Task Manager, it seems then that my RPC server is then toast. I also have a wireless all in one HP. For more information about the rules, posting guidelines, and subreddit policies, visit here For IT career related questions, please visit /r/ITCareerQuestions Please check out our Frequently Asked Questions, which includes lists
All I did was disable the Windows Automatic Updates and that seemed to fix the problem. This is causing me to believe that it is probably a virus, but my AVG Business Edition and Malwarebytes Pro aren't finding anything. Eng Hoe says June 1, 2008 at 4:31 am I followed your instructions but it did not work. http://www.pcguide.com/vb/archive/index.php/t-60161.html OMG, the errors got worse One of the programs ended renamed my Norton files and it took me forever to get NORTON360 fixed.
It almost looks like a memory leak related to thread execution core timestamp non-validation or something. My laptop had become literally unusable most probably because of this problem. bob says June 22, 2008 at 11:07 pm it seems working thanks:) Lilliput says July 3, 2008 at 4:50 am Its stupendous bro…. Would introducing a healing wand break the game?
Register now! i run the three files that you indicated and by now everything seems to work fine. I even ran a search for "HP Network Device Support", it's not in there either. Dex Luther says October 20, 2008 at 12:16 pm Some explanations as to what everything you explain does would be appreciated.
I changed the .txt to .bat and let it run. http://dotbowl.com/problem-with/problem-with-ie-6-and-aol-4-0.html Nidhin.CK says November 25, 2008 at 11:38 pm Thanks buddy.. What could this be? one time the svchost process was 100mb and kept growing...
Secondly, I have at least ten occurances of CLI.exe in my list that use up even more resources than svchost. Thanks a lot! Thanks for all the great suggestions and so on! http://dotbowl.com/problem-with/problem-with-c1-01-1.html At one point I had to unplug my PC because I had spent 1.5 hours trying to get in to terminate the svchost process that I knew was causing the problem,
I'm thinking of going into my services and switching all of them to manual just to see if that will help. When you go into Task Manager, is svchost.exe using 99% CPU? When I executed the Microsoft patch -x86.exe again it told me it was already installed.
It almost looks like a memory leak related to thread execution core timestamp non-validation or something. The services are things like; winmgmt wuauserv Rasman iphelpsvc gpsvc ... You are awesome! The svchost.exe kept runnung until the memory usage reach about 1.93GB and then stay there.
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 KCMike says August 7, 2008 at 11:31 am I just installed a new HP network printer as well (see post #33). 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, have a peek at these guys Some days are worse than others.
Right click on "HP Network Device Support" service and select Properties. 5. 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 Each has been replaced by a newer version, and it seems that you only need to install the newest one. Way to make your products look more like a polished turd!!!