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When I found these I was kinda lost.. Thanks a mill...I Luuuuuuv you 2 def!!!! March 22, 2008 Audi I had a few of svchost.exe running under user "SYSTEM". processor, disk, network or memory; the Windows Resource Monitor only does accounting for most of those resources at process granularity.

September 3, 2008 Carl Good explanation on the details, really helped us a lot! :) September 4, 2008 Vins Really very nice article.. Resolved a leak of internet usage on my home comp. svhosts.exe Click here to run a scan if you are experiencing issues with this process. Should you be uncertain as to whether Svchost.exe is a virus or not, we encourage you to submit the affected file to https://www.virustotal.com/en/ to be scanned with multiple antivirus engines.

This will give you a good idea of the location of possible rootkits. This method works surprisingly enough! the only problem is that my task manager does not have the same tabs as the example. In this support forum, a trained staff member will help you clean-up your machine by using advanced tools.

Jose Soares Effort, PA October 10, 2009 Kamil Excellent Explanation !!!!!!! djdaniel1503 years ago from St Louis I agree, viruses do attempt to disguise themselves as normal windows processes, fair enough. Thank you so much for the great info! (And keep writing!!) Sincerely, Aphobos August 24, 2008 becky I hope this helps those that have a different OS but to see the In Internet Explorer, click on the "Security" tab, then on "Reset all zones to default level" button.

Author to Lee22, I just fixed the link. If something needed to download new definitions, I put up the firewall and antivirus first, went back online to download definitions, removed my wifi dongle after update, shut down the firewall November 21, 2009 zach big thanks, it has helped a lot :) November 21, 2009 Badri Narasimhan Excellent article. July 16, 2008 andrewwg94 that helps a lot.

THANK YOU! any more ideas!! July 8, 2008 niki very clear & concise explaination of svchost.exe … I have reduced mine down to 3 in Windows XP PRO and thanks to this article I know which This process is considered safe.

Using Process Explorer any Version of Windows You can use the excellent Process Explorer utility from Microsoft/Sysinternals to see what services are running as a part of a svchost.exe process. My cpu was pegged at 99% thanks to this I was able to identify it and shut it down. What a great article. Find the service in the list that you'd like to disable, and either double-click on it or right-click and choose Properties.

That was extremely helpful and exactly what I was looking for to help me reduce the load on my physical memory. :) August 13, 2009 marcus Thanks for the infomation it To top it all there are still 11 Svchost there in task manager and memory leakage is also there. All trademarks mentioned on this page are the property of their respective owners.We can not be held responsible for any issues that may occur by using this information. I too was curious about the multiple instances running when my AutoCAD application stopped running.

Always allow (recommended), Allow this instance, block whis instance, block always or manually create a firewall rule. You can download Zemana AntiMalware from the below link: ZEMANA ANTIMALWARE DOWNLOAD LINK (This link will start the download of "Zemana AntiMalware") Double-click on the file named "Zemana.AntiMalware.Setup.exe" to start the Clear, concise, perfect. And that's all!

KO April 30, 2008 Adi Great article. It was using Rkill that I first learned of a computer being infected by svchost. November 7, 2009 Naikado Wow!

This allows you to repair the operating system without losing data.

Then my computer would not boot properly. They aren't free, but most of the free antivirus out there is bundling extra nonsense or trying to redirect your search engine to their "secure" solution that isn't really secure and NecroNeurology3 years ago from Portsmouth, Ohio, USA. January 14, 2009 sawmaster I have six svchosts running in my task manager, but they all seem to run from different locations.

Their ImagePath definition is of the form %SystemRoot%\System32\svchost.exe -k (service group; i.e. October 9, 2009 Jose Soares Thank you very much for this excellent information on svchost.exe. netsvcs). Good Job.

But then i had 2 svchost.exe running under my user name which is audi, i knew this was something else because its under my user name and not under the system's