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Resources sucked down the drain
I been noticing a lot of alarming pc's coming into my workshop with the same problem, diffrent specs, yet all running vista (diff versions), it started on about 08/05/08, The resources where been drained by the KRUMY svchost.exe, idling between 56% and 65%, at this tension windows barelys breaths never along operates, i inspected the svchost under the registry and all is fine (HKLM\SOFTWARE\MICROSOFT\WINDOWS NT\SVCHOST). Ran Process explorer from microsofts website, THE PID code keeps changing after restart, so i cant pinpoint to a certain app, Scanned for viruses, spy ware, ad ware, root kits and rogues. NOTHING, I Know that Win XP had the same issue but i have resolved with a services reset batch file. And a forced WindowsUpdate Package installation. Any Ideas from which the hassle could be coming from? PS advanced services are off, just basic vista skins, still running bad.
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Ive done a bit more research into this, and guess what, this happened a year ago, 16/04/07. Windows update manager, kinda falls into a loop hole. The fix was released, new windows update package (v3.0) with a patch (kb 927891). however nothing yet for 2008's hassle, however, a temporary work around by disabling your "Windows Update Manager" under services seems to give your pc some time to breath, maybe a patch will come soon, holding thumbs.
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