RE: 100% CPU caused by WUDFHost.exe
Check out MS H&S website at link below re. wudfhost.exe
If advise given from anyone, solves problem or not, or if solved from
another source,post back & let us know.
Then we all benefit.
"Ron Lautmann" wrote:
> I don't think it makes any sense to go to task manager and disable
> WUDFHost.exe as you suggested. WUDFHost.exe is "Windows User Mode Driver
> Foundation" which sounds like something essential to running Windows.
> --Ron Lautmann
> "Bob J" wrote:
> > Hi Ron
> > The post I sent to you gave a source of information regarding your problem,
> > and a possible remedy.
> > Did you go into Task Manager and disable the action, to see if it was the
> > actual cause of you problem.
> > If you do not wish to use the actions mentioned to solve the problem thats
> > fine by me.
> > As you maybe aware all people offering advise in these discussion groups are
> > user just like you & I, some have vast experience & knowledge, but none are
> > employees of MS.
> > On these discussion groups you will sometimes get direct directions on how
> > to solve a problem and sometimes a referral to an website/discussion group
> > which may assist to solve a problem better.
> > I rarely post in discussion groups if I have a problem, a lot problems have
> > happened before and a web search will in a lot of cases provide information
> > or possible solution.
> > The advise given in these discussion group should be considered as general
> > advise in nature and not personal/individual professional advise.
> > Professional advise cost us all money.
> > --
> > Happy Computing
> > Regards
> > Bob J
> > If advise given from anyone, solves problem or not, or if solved from
> > another source,post back & let us know.
> > Then we all benefit.
> > "Ron Lautmann" wrote:
> > > All of a sudden this past week (12/10/2007) my Thinkpad laptop is exhibiting
> > > intermittent 100% cpu usage every few seconds. Looking at Task Manager in
> > > the Processes tab I can see WUDFHost.exe pop up to the top of the CPU usage
> > > list every few seconds corresponding to the pinning of the cpu meter in the
> > > sidebar.
> > >
> > > My guess is this started after this weeks updates from Microsoft because I
> > > haven't loaded anything new on this machine.
> > >
> > > It appears that this behavior is slowing down my machine too.
> > >
> > > Can anyone explain this situaton or provide a fix?
> > >
> > >