After deleting the folder and restarting, I went back to check and a new folder was made. And you can quit Services window after it is disabled. We wonder whether this process has anything to do with the slowness of our computer and if it does, how to deal with it? Is there a way to determine which of the services specifically is causing the slow load times? This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. Copyright Disclaimer Under Section 107 of the Copyright Act 1976, allowance is made for -fair use- for purposes such as criticism, comment, news reporting, teaching, scholarship, and research. Yup, seems like forever but that's how long it took.
Check out the tool from Microsoft originally from SysInternals. Section 1: The problem - description of it. Then, I decided I needed to be quick to load these patches as soon as I logged into the computer, because they would not load. To disable a service on your computer permanently: 1. Is it normal for this many to be functioning? For windows vista for now need to stop windows update. However if I terminate this process it doesn't seem to affect anything on the system unlike the other svchost. Windows appeared not to have found any updates so i thought i can't leave this on all night.
Windows Update runs like a charm now. I went through the steps listed to resolve the issue but nothing seemed to work. When I had Windows Update set to Manual start, something was starting the process and the svchost. Windows 8 Task Manager One last thing I wanted to mention was the fact that the Windows 8 task manager basically makes using the command line or Process Explorer totally obsolete. Thanks also for posting the details on Windows Update troubleshooting — I had tried some of those steps, but not all — and not updated with current information. I disabled Windows Update so I could experiment, because it seemed as soon as Windows Update started I finished with accomplishing anything. Section 3: Things and methods that I have tried - all unsuccessfully.
Right after I disabled it, the memory usage went down from 90s% to 30s%. This may be true but there could also be other problems with your computer, for example,. Thanks and greetings from Belgium. If you have feedback for TechNet Support, contact tnmff microsoft. Results in the slow enexorable growth of that svc and consumption of memory. How if my Internet speed still keeps slow? I also have had an issue with svchost. After I've apparantly managed to qualm most of them, this one has risen from being common to frequent, to the point where it's seriously making me question my hardware.
Hello there, my issue seems to be solved for now, here's what I did. I monitor my startup software with Winpatrol very accurately I must say. Whats great is that i am actually able to use other pc programs etc now while windows update is running. If so then doesn't this mean that it will simply happen again next time it starts its search? Symptoms are: - after boot + autologon the system is unresponsive for at least 15 minutes. Scan your computer for viruses. You just have to reminisce the former days when your computer a person with so much pride due to its performance and speed. For the fake one, do the same thing and see if this is in a different location.
In run command box, type: eventvwr and press Enter. Oh, and whilst it's telling me it's found some updates. Doing the same search on a different Windows 7 Machine does not show any svchost. After having tried some of the suggestions at this page i gave up… almost… Set Windows to run over night and after 10 and a half hours the search for updates were completed. Before starting check if these updates are already installed. My Win 7 x64 sp1 was always reliable, but started playing up with booting and power off issues.
Run Windows Update Troubleshooter and press Accept at the first screen. Its screwing my pc… Thanks. Insulting Xbox One loyalists by not allowing used games and backwards compatibility, then requiring mandatory internet connectivity. Some time when download a program it will install itself to start at boot weather you want it to or not, so check that also in msconfig. As of yet we don't have a real solution. After going crazy, this was rather easy. Once done, perform clean boot.
So, determine which service or program runs under the svchost. I've been googling for similar issues but I've had no luck, I've used different antivirus, anti-spyware and anti-malware scans to check for malicious software but I get no results other than tracking cookies and such which I already deleted off course but the problem presists. I''ve been having a really strange problem with my Windows 7 Machine. John Are you using the free or paid version of Malwarebytes. Are you using a 64bit version of Windows? Here is the Hijackthis log.