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Old 03-12-2007
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svchost.exe PID 1008 uses 130 Mb Ram
In task manager I see that SVCHOST.exe is using upwards of 100Mb of my RAM.

a. I am curious what specific processes/services this process (PID 1008) is
using and if I will be able to disable them.

b. Please tell me how to check what processes are running under a listing
in Task Manager.

c. Is my PID 1008 going to be the "same" process on everyone's computer, or
do computers each create unique PIDs for their processes

Thanks for responding!

SPEC:
OS: 64-bit ultimate
Board: Asus a8n32-sli dlx. nforce4 DOS Bios rev. 1303
RAM: 2 x 1024 DDR 500 RAM 1.6volt
CPU: AMD X2 4400+ (not OC'd)
GPU: 1 x 8800 GTX Driver 100.65 wqhl





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Old 03-22-2007
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RE: svchost.exe PID 1008 uses 130 Mb Ram
grab a copy of process explorer from Microsoft at
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sys...sExplorer.mspx

This will allow you to see which sub-process of the service host is
consuming the resources.

Best of luck,
Joe

"Brian" wrote:

> In task manager I see that SVCHOST.exe is using upwards of 100Mb of my RAM.
>
> a. I am curious what specific processes/services this process (PID 1008) is
> using and if I will be able to disable them.
>
> b. Please tell me how to check what processes are running under a listing
> in Task Manager.
>
> c. Is my PID 1008 going to be the "same" process on everyone's computer, or
> do computers each create unique PIDs for their processes
>
> Thanks for responding!
>
> SPEC:
> OS: 64-bit ultimate
> Board: Asus a8n32-sli dlx. nforce4 DOS Bios rev. 1303
> RAM: 2 x 1024 DDR 500 RAM 1.6volt
> CPU: AMD X2 4400+ (not OC'd)
> GPU: 1 x 8800 GTX Driver 100.65 wqhl
>
>
>
>
>

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Old 03-22-2007
Robert L [MVP - Networking]
 

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Re: svchost.exe PID 1008 uses 130 Mb Ram
Thank you for the link.

Bob Lin, MS-MVP, MCSE & CNE
Networking, Internet, Routing, VPN Troubleshooting on http://www.ChicagoTech.net
How to Setup Windows, Network, VPN & Remote Access on http://www.HowToNetworking.com
"Joe Guidera" <JoeGuidera@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:F8629ACD-74F9-4659-8C86-A6F05BFD6E07@microsoft.com...
grab a copy of process explorer from Microsoft at
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sys...sExplorer.mspx

This will allow you to see which sub-process of the service host is
consuming the resources.

Best of luck,
Joe

"Brian" wrote:

> In task manager I see that SVCHOST.exe is using upwards of 100Mb of my RAM.
>
> a. I am curious what specific processes/services this process (PID 1008) is
> using and if I will be able to disable them.
>
> b. Please tell me how to check what processes are running under a listing
> in Task Manager.
>
> c. Is my PID 1008 going to be the "same" process on everyone's computer, or
> do computers each create unique PIDs for their processes
>
> Thanks for responding!
>
> SPEC:
> OS: 64-bit ultimate
> Board: Asus a8n32-sli dlx. nforce4 DOS Bios rev. 1303
> RAM: 2 x 1024 DDR 500 RAM 1.6volt
> CPU: AMD X2 4400+ (not OC'd)
> GPU: 1 x 8800 GTX Driver 100.65 wqhl
>
>
>
>
>

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