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CPU is normal. February 21, 2009 Snowman Kevin, Start the Command Prompt from the program list or type "CMD" from the Run box. Can anyone tell me why when I boot up one of my Svchost.exe files is using around 95% of my CPU? others run for hours.

It's useful!! May 3, 2008 Eddie So thats what it is!!! can u put some light on that? is there any way that i can know which ,exe has called which .exe or .dll.

The biggest problem is identifying what services are being run on a particular svchost.exe instance… we'll cover that below. Sign in to add this video to a playlist. September 12, 2008 rdsnet2k Why disable this and that in Windows, isn't "excessive disabling of processes" another name for not being able to afford sufficient resources (RAM, CPU, HDD, etc.) to tasklist /SVC is tlist -s in Windows 2000 Pro.

Thanks! Keep up the good work I like the way you give the right and relavent info without trying to sell me some reg fix or other so called Apps. thats what i needed.. This program has been modified since it was last used." It shows the path as C:\WINDOWS\system32\ and asks me what I want to do?

Thank you so much - this problem has been driving me mad for months. Well done August 13, 2008 Chris I don't often leave comments, but your explanation went a long way in explaining this to me. 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 Ahemm, ever thought of rewritng some of MS's help articles :).

a trojan), how can I know for sure these are all integral to my system? thanks July 4, 2009 Raygun Like all the above…thanks for explaining this to me… I feel better seeing all those repeats now. October 29, 2009 billy Realy good mate, nice work. thanx May 28, 2008 BASSEM awesome article Godbless u :P June 5, 2008 yatin You guys r rocking.

August 5, 2009 Pawan The task manager comes on and then goes off. Thank you so much! April 30, 2009 Art Fox Looks like it's the info I need!. How DO we people who are not extremely knowledgeable about computers know if we disable something it won't adversely impact other processes or if we can even enable it again?

This consists of programs that are misleading, harmful, or undesirable. January 14, 2009 Charge Right on! I clicked the box and then nothing happened, the box was just checked. I have stopped most of the unwanted services for the time being.

Keep up the good work. Is there anywhere to get a list of the "common" windows processes that shouldn't be shut off; ie core windows services? Thank You! Close Yeah, keep it Undo Close This video is unavailable.

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. April 23, 2009 jummajeed Thanks a lot! Does that mean I am monitored or is it any SVChost launched by any hacker to access password and other sensitive information?

I use XP Home Edition.

keep the good work. In the "Look in" combo box, choose "Local hard drives". Then it restarts (on it's own) and goes through the same process, over and over and over. January 25, 2008 Rene Zuleta Ahhhhh thanks for this complete and easy to understand explanation.

July 22, 2008 Shahzad Shaikh Very informative. Many thanks! this was about 5 days ago. I work as volunteer for the elderly.

About Press Copyright Creators Advertise Developers +YouTube Terms Privacy Policy & Safety Send feedback Try something new! August 14, 2008 Harshavardhan Patil fantastic, i was always wondering about svchosts.Now i m cleared. !!thanx!! October 21, 2008 jd2066 @CaptRon: That is not normal. January 9, 2009 Derek I have six svchosts running in my task manager, but they all seem to run from different locations.