Problem In Vista ,Svchost.exe Process Pls Help Its Slowing My Pc..

Discussion in 'Windows Vista General Discussion' started by AhM3D, Sep 21, 2008.

  1. AhM3D

    AhM3D Guest


    my pc is running verry sloow cuz svchost is using all the process ,
    when i opened the taskmgr.exe it listed me like 12 svchosts running , i
    have tryed all the antivirus,anti malware, registery repair etc..
    programs but nothing helped.

    this's a pic to explain :

    Pls help me cuz i cant play games or run programs well, i aslo
    unistalled all p2p programs but nothing too...

    AhM3D =]
    AhM3D, Sep 21, 2008
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  2. AhM3D

    Malke Guest

    Use some of Sysinternals' free tools to determine what each svchost.exe
    process is connected with. Process Explorer should show you that:

    Malke, Sep 21, 2008
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  3. AhM3D

    D. Eth Guest

    You can kill Windows Search thru services.msc.
    Will free up a little RAM.
    How much RAM you got ?

    If you don't have 2 GB, its gonna be tough.
    D. Eth, Sep 21, 2008
  4. AhM3D

    brummyfan Guest

    So,anything less than 2GB of RAM is bad, then how did the OEMs pre installed
    Vista with Memory less than 2GB and no body informed about this to the
    unsuspecting customers. Its a rip off of a high degree.
    brummyfan, Sep 21, 2008
  5. AhM3D

    D.Eth Guest

    Don't ask me...moron.

    Ask the OEM's .

    You and -Bob- the same whiney little bitch ?
    D.Eth, Sep 21, 2008
  6. AhM3D

    AhM3D Guest

    my pc ram is 2GB and i tryed to Disable some servies too but its not ba
    ? :/
    and i think this is trojan cuz in first there was not 12 svchost
    AhM3D, Sep 22, 2008
  7. AhM3D

    D. Eth Guest

    I have 11 running.
    If you tried the link that Malke provided to Process shows the
    processes running in them, will help you determine if they are MS
    processes.Also, you can kill some, like print spooler.
    D. Eth, Sep 22, 2008
  8. You can use Process Explorer and go look at what each SVCHost.exe is
    hosting. Also, if SVChost.exe is not running out of the Windows\system32
    folder, then it's a trojan.

    PE is being explained in the link.


    You can go to a line in the upper or lower pane, right-click it and go
    to Properties.
    Paul Montgumdrop, Sep 22, 2008
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