Svсhost.exe (netsvcs) in the peak consumes up to 70% of CPU capacity. Is this normal?


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The resulting system of strongly retarding for five minutes.

This garbage happens five times a day.


CPU (AMD 2x2.0ггц) looked at the resource monitor.

OS win 7


Network watched what this system process may be infected with the virus, but Avira finds nothing.


Is it normal that this process is so bad?
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ProcessExplorer from Mark Russinovich knows how to show stack process, I advise you to look at. In the list of threads, search for eating and view the name of the dll. Usually, this kind of service. Most likely SuperFetch is a lot of complaints. Svchost is responsible for starting services
You can see using ProcMon from the same Russinovich
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Run this program svchostviewer and see what service does.
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try using the task Manager to correlate the process and service: view PID grooving svchost.exe and find this PID in the Services.
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What you have svhost.exe is not normal :) all of — svchost.exe.
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I once had it but unfortunately I do not remember why and how to fix... Remember softinos watched from sysinternals, and then found and corrected.
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Write on the Internet for automatic updates, or virus, or install the latest updates and service pack.
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Hmm, I also had, and still accompanied by the departure process and the Internet, was treated by reboot, but only temporarily. then it was a virus.
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Hmmm here's my problem: deff166ae52740d28d6c730374391776.jpg this is Raidcall. Try to remove or twist something in the settings.
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