If it does, then the last one that you stopped was the culprit. But the actual cpu of the services related to svchost. Use a program like to determine which svchost. Firefox can run ok, but Internet Explorer just freezes and everything is generally slow. That being said, i haven't really installed any new programs lately.
If you want to be sure about the svchost. I'll take a look at it, maybe I can see more details. Additionally, if the virus you got is the same one as with me, you should do the following steps. To return the system back to Normal Mode, we can simply restart the computer. If it works for you, set it to manual. Troubleshooting Boot to safe mode.
Also disable windows update from services type run in search or use win+R shortcut in it type services. I isolated each service in a separate process as described here: I then determined that the offending service was wuauserv. Turn off your router, or the wi fi on your computer, or disconnect the ethernet. Any help would be much appreciated! Restart the system to check the issue. I've also programmed it to load with Windows with a batch file.
The update seemed to work properly. Reboot the computer and immediately install the update. The solution: Disable plugin container process. Fist of, I use wi-fi. Step 2: Use Windows Update Troubleshooter You can visit to download the Windows Update Troubleshooter.
I hope this helps somebody. Click the Services tab, click to select the Hide All Microsoft Services check box, and then click Disable All. To get a better idea of what modules dll files are related to your svchost. Also, boot to plain old safe mode. I'd like to know what happens with no internet connectivity. Well, I have one computer running linux, I guess this one will be too.
I had the exact same problem after I upgraded Windows 7 to service pack 1. Would you like to answer one of these instead? It seems weird that a svchost process to use up so much processing power. My laptop is burning up and making sounds like a vacuum cleaner, which is both stressing me out and giving me an enormous migraine. I have also uninstalled Norton but that hasn't helped as well as various other programs which i rarely use. When you are prompted, click Restart. I have been trying to resolve this problem for almost a week by searching tech support threads and microsoft threads but all the solutions that worked for other people have not worked for me. However, today I got an annoying issue related to the svchost.
It was then replaced by another, utilising some 35 - 45%. I also use Ditto, Skype, Razer Synapse, Microsoft One Drive, AutorunEater, Overwolf overlay, Dropbox and other software that might interfere with the system to a certain degree. Besides, you can use to fix Windows Update errors. Oh also: - I am connected to router by wireless. As clearing them out is simple and can fix the issue, we will do that next.
The September patch is unchecked optional, so you may want to change that to install. A simple way I used in Windows 7 to find what all services are running under a particular svchost. Free and no installation required. However, dwarren1 has already identified the offending svchost. Bookmarked it for the next time : Thanks.