Re: svchost.exe at 100%
"Gerry Cornell" wrote:
> It's the correct Start-Up Type for the BITS service.
> Why have you linked your problem to Windows Update? It is an
> explanation for 100% CPU usage by svchost.exe but there are other
> Download Process Explorer.
> For further information about Process Explorer see here:
> To ascertain which service is causing the problem select the svchost
> producing the high CPU usage, right click, select Properties,
> Services. Note there are the full names and
> some explanation of what each service does.
> You will find further information on Services here:
> To trace the particular Service involved you need to turn off each
> service in turn and then restore it noting what effect it has on CPU
> usage. However, you need to take care and watch what other Services
> are dependent on that service. When you click on the Dependencies tab
> allow it a little time to display the information.
> Hope this helps.
> Stourport, England
> Enquire, plan and execute
> the judge wrote:
> > it's already on manual, is this good?
> > thanks
> > "Gerry Cornell" wrote:
> >> Select Start, Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Services,
> >> Background Intelligent Transfer Service, right click, select
> >> Properties and change the Start Up type from Automatic to Manual
> >> and
> >> click on Apply and OK. Exit and restart your computer. Is the
> >> svchost.exe problem still present.
> >> http://www.theeldergeek.com/backgrou...er_service.htm
> >> --
> >> Hope this helps.
> >> Gerry
> >> ~~~~
> >> FCA
> >> Stourport, England
> >> Enquire, plan and execute
> >> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> >> "the judge" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >> news:32D91639-E033-4A44-A09E-A2ECF4B10B12@microsoft.com...
> >>> please help, my svchost.exe is at 100%, i've tried to turn off
> >>> auto
> >>> updates
> >>> and update manually but i still have the same problem, i looked on
> >>> the
> >>> discussion groups, and they advise deleting the file
> >>> C:\WINDOWS\SoftwareDistribution\DataStore
> >>> but this doesn't work it says this file is in use and cannot be
> >>> deleted, as
> >>> a result of this my computer is really really slow.
> >>> any help would be greatly appreciated
> >>> Paul