I wondered many times why so many svchost.exe would be running even though I did not open any windows. The system returned: (22) Invalid argument The remote host or network may be down. Peter thanks for the link provided.. Just want to say THANK YOU.
Also you can be fairly sure you have a good svchost when the process path is C:\Windows\system32\svchost.exe. April 30, 2009 Art Fox Looks like it's the info I need!. Btw..I share them all. Why don't you buy a MAC if you want bare basic stability?
I had some problems with an Excel hanging process, and then I saw those svchost.exe processes. Some responded that it was a primary problem with Laptops running Vista and a 5400 RPM hard-drive. I never really understood what they were. So What Is It?
This explains very well. I'm gonna sound smart. January 25, 2008 Walter Thanks. Its a bug in disguise under the name of svchost.exe to prevent detection.
June 8, 2008 Bill Snow Thanks for the quick response. Thank you for all that you do. I know nothing about it except it seems there is just one complex of processes overlaid onto another and another seeming in an endless cycle. October 21, 2009 simon I am just trying to work through the Trojan in svchost - using AVG8.5, has detected numerous multidropper TD virus on my owrk computer XP.
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 March 6, 2009 Navneet Hello, I have P IV machine with 3.00 ghz (pinless processor), MSi motherbaords with 512 mb DDR1 ram. General Discussion Our Sites Site Links About Us Find Us Vista Forums Eight Forums Ten Forums Help Me Bake Network Status Contact Us Legal Privacy and cookies Windows 7 Forums is Our forum is dedicated to helping you find support and solutions for any problems regarding your Windows 7 PC be it Dell, HP, Acer, Asus or a custom build.
May 13, 2009 AB Thanks a ton. All I found is "TS_SuperFetch.ps1"? Then 2 more entries in the next second of a registry type.Process: c:\windows\system32\rundll.exe,Description:windows host process(rundll32). December 16, 2009 Carol Wow, where have I been for the past 2 years?
a trojan), how can I know for sure these are all integral to my system? May 25, 2009 Jupiter You might not bothered to read this at all but just wana extend my gratitude..thanks for the effort…more powers…. Those services are organized into logical groups, and then a single svchost.exe instance is created for each group. thanx May 28, 2008 BASSEM awesome article Godbless u :P June 5, 2008 yatin You guys r rocking.
In my case, superfetch was loading an entire seeding library using 800,000+ memory in process manager. April 23, 2009 Al Thanks Dude … I was wondering if this is what was causing my computer to run sooooo sloooowww … but it seems that it is simply that Is there a way to redistribute the load amongst the various processes, or … what? I ran into a Microsoft Fix It program online which found that Superfetch was disabled on my PC (with Windows 7 Professional installed) and needed to be turned on.
Superfetch has nothing to do with the Readyboost feature. Probably still have to have it reformated but now know so much more than before. sc config trkwks start= disabled Hopefully this helps somebody!
I have run several spy ware and virus scans that show none but I have svchost.exe that run at startup as well as random times during the day that essentially prevent Thank you so much for this knowledge information. All the info contained in this article was konown to me, it is the combination you propose that is valueable! Craigslist vs.
am i safe February 20, 2009 kevin wethington I called up the run screen and typed in tasklist /SVC and information came up on the command line screen but the command this was about 5 days ago. up vote 14 down vote favorite 6 I have been having lots of problems for the last year of to MUCH hard-drive activity. Been with Dos since the most early 80's.) October 2, 2008 Toxa Great Info, dude, like seriously.
I have printed out what the instructions for what I needed and it is truly easy to understand. Thank you for taking the time and providing screen captures in your text. I think this has some to do with the problems MS has with anti-trust laws in other countries but we just let them do what they want here in the land THANKS GOD BLESS June 14, 2008 abby Thanks for the info!
well done and THANKS..