The service causing your problem will probably be different. The link you posted clearly states that nwix. Thanks for the posts here. As a last ditch effort in a long list of fixes I tried including scanning my pc with multiple malware and virus detection programs, restarting the computer again and trying a manual fix I found in a forum somewhere else I simply chose svchost. I always update my windows for the latest update and there is no problems happen before… Until one day… suddenly my laptop is kind of slow… even watching video the video seems hang-up several times. Otherwise, they should find one asap.
Follow the onscreen prompts to repair them. The default setting causes services to be hosted independently when the system has at least 3. I tried seeing if it was only giving me issues when I was online, but it was still going. If you have an svchost. Please remember to mark the replies as answers if they help.
With Process Explorer you can. I searched on internet but could not solve the issue. Tried registry cleaning, but no significant difference. It started out as a problem with all regular google sites, ads and services not being able to be displayed on my browser. After awhile my computer would overheat from running at 100% and shut down. One tech called me back at 3 am this morning after doing many scans to find the problem, only to tell me he could not fix it.
These are the services that are associated with the particular svchost. Uninstalled it and the problem has disappeared completely. Internet Explorer will be updated, which will fix the way Windows Update looks for available updates. When opening up Task Manager, there are plenty of svchost. In , starting from release 1703, svchost was refactored by Microsoft to only host one service per process depending on system specification.
I'll forget that for now. Ending those services stopped the usage. If the troubleshooter does not resolve the issue and you still believe Windows Update is freezing up your system and causing the svchost. Seeing as the fix works assuming you have no other Update issues then it does appear to fit the basic facts. The svchost process was introduced in , although the underlying support for shared service processes has existed since. It can even be malware a Svchost.
How do I fix this svchost problem? I understand the inconvenience you have experienced. So, the best way to resolve the problem is to empty the log- Event Viewer. Some time ago, Microsoft started moving all of the functionality from internal Windows services into. Well using these programs will keep you computer usable while doing updates. Even with digital imaging monitor tuned off, still occurred. Also, remember, once the problem is fixed, be sure to re-enable the Automatic Updates feature.
Thanks Leo This one has been driving me crazy. It does not takes effect before. Please could you give me some advice? It stay that way for 20 min to up to 2 hours on old pc and then resolve itself. The set of service tag management routines is currently an undocumented , although it is used by some Windows utilities like to display the connections associated with each service. And hopefully Microsoft will provide a fix.
That is why it is essential to possess a business dashboard installed. We finally found that setting the It's not clean but seem to be solving 90% of computers high cpu problem in our process. Also be warned that disabling any wrong service may destabilize Windows system. I found another solution later. Follow these steps to use it. Could this be an svchost virus? The first step in identifying whether svchost.
I was so excited when I started reading your post. To prevent the Automatic Update service from starting again, right click on My Computer and click on Manage. There are rumors that Microsoft actually has a fix, but that you need to call up and ask for it rather than getting it through normal channels. Or maybe Disk Defragmenter is your hard drive, in which case Service Host will use more memory for that task. How to you know this? I have done all that was suggested but still have an issue. I sincerely hope this fix works for you too: 1.