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Nice one, Thank You and More Power! In Windows 8, the Task Manager interface was streamlined so that each svchost entry can be expanded by a single click to a sub-list of services running inside it. I cannot connect to the internet, I cannot even open a Word Document or a PDF file document. Uygunsuz içeriği bildirmek için oturum açın.

Yükleniyor... Çalışıyor... February 17, 2008 fran thank you for wour always excellent info, from Spain. Is there anywhere to get a list of the "common" windows processes that shouldn't be shut off; ie core windows services? It looks something like this (except the object is different every time): Clicking on more details gives no extra information.

July 19, 2008 paramveer singh thumbs up!! July 16, 2008 Patrick Timely info (since one instance of svchost was using 99% of CPU). Do not start a new topic.

And with that, your computer is infected with the Svchost.exe virus. The driver has been unloaded. . ==== End Of File =========================== Here are the logs for TDSSKiller: 12:44:52.0706 5244 TDSS rootkit removing tool Feb 11 2013 18:50:42 For example, sc config foo type= own will reconfigure the service named "foo" to run its own svchost instance. January 25, 2008 Wes Sabi tasklist is not included with XP home, only XP Pro January 25, 2008 Pavan And how do I go ahead doing this for non vista and

This is why anti virus is crucial people, Enjoy :) (Avast is a good one!!) May 20, 2009 Stanley There isn't a tasklist command available - could you please explain that and basicalllly crash the laptop. Thanks a lot for the usefull and well-arranged informations. October 31, 2009 Obaid Thanks.

Thanks IK. July 16, 2008 andrewwg94 that helps a lot. Thank you for tightening up my loose understanding! Re: VirusScan Enterprise 8.8 Patch 4 is blocking McAfee's own mcdatrep.exe george.perkins Jul 24, 2015 3:38 PM (in response to wwarren) Thank you.

April 10, 2008 JUSTIN thanks to whoever wrote this article… it helped me gain a lot of info bout svchost…. Any ideas? Jose Soares Effort, PA October 10, 2009 Kamil Excellent Explanation !!!!!!! UNLESS SPECIFICALLY INSTRUCTED, DO NOT POST THIS LOG.

Some malware tries to fake it putting one in C:\Windows or elsewhere. September 25, 2009 lam thanks a lot i wondered what is svchost ? free 12.3.2280/ Outpost Firewall Pro9.3/ Firefox 50.0.2, NoScript, RequestPolicy/ MailWasher Pro7.8.0/ DropMyRights/ MalwareBytes AntiMalware Premium 2.2.0/ WinPatrol+/ Drive Image 7.1/ SnagIt 10.0/ avast! It is really great that you have put this info together so that a human might have some [ever be it so small] chance of figuring some of this out.

I would like to add one thing! Thanks like a whole bunch! 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. If the service name is "scvhost.exe" then its a virus.

Logged magna86 Anti Malware Fighter Avast Evangelist Massive Poster Posts: 4226 Re: c:\windows\system32\svchost.exe Virus « Reply #10 on: February 16, 2014, 09:39:23 PM » Open notepad and copy/paste the text present In Windows Vista and Windows 7, a "Services" tab in Windows Task Manager includes a list of services and their groups and Process IDs (PIDs); right-clicking on a svchost instance in Thank You!

March 9, 2008 Pavan Patidar Hey Guys really gr8 info about SVCHOST.EXE.

May 21, 2009 suresh Dear Geek Excellent explanation. February 11, 2008 Nikhil Thanks a lot for the information. if so how and when? Skip navigationHomeForumsGroupsContentCommunity SupportLog inRegister0SearchSearchCancelError: You don't have JavaScript enabled.

This is a required Windows file and is used to load needed DLL files that are used with Microsoft Windows and Windows programs that run on your computer. i used to have to stop the svchost process but i investigated using process explorer and found out that 99% of the cpu was taken up by svc host - the September 11, 2008 Captain Thanks a lot for your help. Thanks for the clear explanation June 25, 2009 Sureshkumar MP Hi, It's really very nice and useful information.

When the tool opens click Yes to disclaimer. Double clicking on it does not show me anything… (Using XP home edition) April 29, 2009 Carlo Process Explorer is a very powerful tool to know how svchost works. May 7, 2008 Mac Grey Excellent description -- thanks! This will flip over to the Services tab, where the services running under that svchost.exe process will be selected.

They may interfere with Combofix. Once again geek's team has prooved that each one of you is making sure to raise computer literacy across the world by providing such an informative article. I always tweak my services sometime even crash my laptop. Thanks!

sanjay rajure 42.446 görüntüleme 8:55 How to check and remove virus from your computer without using any antivirus - Süre: 13:13. After the scan has finished, click on the Report button...a logfile (AdwCleaner[R0].txt) will open in Notepad for review. The alert window says it is Windows Paramount Protection and says this is a Trial Version and I have to pay for the full version to clean the PC of the Maybe I'm missing something here but when my firewall pops up asking me to allow svchost.exe because I just opened adobe reader or some other program how am I supposed to

thanks July 4, 2009 Raygun Like all the above…thanks for explaining this to me… I feel better seeing all those repeats now. Problem is: When I log on my computer so computer does open very slowly and very late after that when I open any program so still open very late……….why? Any thought? or just solving the problem in general?

April 25, 2009 Henny Hello Geek There is little for me left to say after the many positive reactions before me. the user name on svchost.exe shows up numerous times with a user name as myself, one for SYSTEM, one says LOCAL SERVICE, one is NETWORK SERVICE, is there a way to Thank you for your help. June 19, 2009 waikato66 tyvm for the awesome, info!!!!! :) June 24, 2009 Jasper Excellent article..

Antivirus - ok 12:44:56.0836 2540 [ 6E30D02AAC9CAC84F421622E3A2F6178 ] AxInstSV C:\Windows\System32\AxInstSV.dll 12:44:56.0837 2540 AxInstSV - ok 12:44:56.0846 2540 [ 1A231ABEC60FD316EC54C66715543CEC ] b06bdrv C:\Windows\system32\drivers\bxvbdx.sys 12:44:56.0850 2540 The only problem that I had (I'm not totally computer illiterate but I'm not a programmer), and this sounds stupid, but when you check the "show processes for all users box",