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Legitimate svchost.exe processes always live inside C:\Windows\System32 and their the good guys.  They're not only innocuous but also integral to the smooth operations of your computer. Peter thanks for the link provided.. There is no reason (except for very few beta programs like NIS2009 that I was just testing) that a rundll32 should be running all the time on your system, and that's From now this is my friend… 1000 million Thank you for you info. http://linux4newbie.com/general/c-windows-system32-system32-exe.html

March 15, 2009 anon Great thanks! Sometimes the process doesn't actually have a startup item, in which case you'll likely have to do some research to figure out where it was started from. Simply launch Process Explorer, and you'll want to choose File \ Show Details for All Processes to make sure that you're seeing everything. I need Help.. Get More Info

it only does that for a selected amount of time, it will eventurally quit, and you'll be fast AnthonyHicksonx1 system32\sovfsgco.dll don smart card reader tonis sander December 13, 2009 Talon Well that's not good.. Better start reading!

  • How can I sneak around them?
  • Run the scan, enable your A/V and reconnect to the internet.
  • March 28, 2011 Jiggawut delete system 32:!?!?!?
  • Jeff Tergan system 32 is an important part of your computer and should not be deleted.
  • Added by the RBOT.VI WORM! "System32" definitely not required.

September 12, 2008 rdsnet2k Why disable this and that in Windows, isn't "excessive disabling of processes" another name for not being able to afford sufficient resources (RAM, CPU, HDD, etc.) to April 30, 2009 Art Fox Looks like it's the info I need!. Thanks for the great info! Thanks again John April 25, 2009 bergie I don't regard myself as a "geek" but I am a interested party trying to work out whats going on.

as we say in hawaii, MAHALO (THANK YOU)!! January 25, 2008 fedmich Great article :) very easy to understand January 25, 2008 John Powell Thank you for the great explanation of something I have always wondered about. January 30, 2008 Teen tasklist /SVC | more show all list February 1, 2008 Pradeep Great article February 2, 2008 coolsak awesome. February 27, 2011 zip HI pals, Rundll.exe32 run to my pc when i play gamez only!!

thanks a mill October 24, 2009 joe you lost me at the top of this page with the instructions under the heading "Checking From the Command Line (Vista or XP Pro)" July 10, 2008 Shalabh Too good explaination. One process will continue to consume memory and drag the system to its knees. August 26, 2008 david I have a gateway mx3417.

Truly a work of art - thanks very much. Close the lmhosts.sam file and get back to the Search results window. You have put it clearly in terms that almost anyone can understand and use. November 24, 2008 Evelyn My Norton has identified a Low Risk Program Alert in that "A remote system is attempting to access svchost on your computer.

February 7, 2009 Mick On starting my PC I get the prompt ‘rundll32.exe', has stopped running. http://linux4newbie.com/general/c-windows-system32-mtqfmetp-dll.html I'll wait for your service guide. :) January 25, 2008 Jimmy THanks for the info! February 5, 2008 Darrell To Dave: tasklist /svc works only with XP pro……. Find the service in the list that you'd like to disable, and either double-click on it or right-click and choose Properties.

windows would time out often then warning screen would appear. none of these type in ‘run' solutions have worked and my computer has lost all of its networks so wont connect to inet. The program has no visible window. http://linux4newbie.com/general/c-windows-system32-cmd-exe.html Also when I boot up I get a boot failure, system halted.

Must be deleted! This will let you see a description of what each process is and may help you to make a decision of what to do. VSSVC.exe is able to record keyboard and mouse inputs, monitor applications and manipulate other programs.

April 26, 2009 raghdip thanks bro..

Thank you for your help. May 21, 2009 suresh Dear Geek Excellent explanation. This means running a scan for malware, cleaning your hard drive using 1cleanmgr and 2sfc/scannow, 3uninstalling programs that you no longer need, checking for Autostart programs (using 4msconfig) and enabling Windows' It is a trustworthy file from Microsoft.

Thank you so much! October 6, 2009 JB I'm about the 300th person to thank you for this excellent explanation but it needs to be said! Can anyone pls help me how to make windows vista recovery CDs or pls pls let me know if best buy telling the truth or not…. More about the author It's a virus!

BMalwarebytes Anti-Malware detects and removes sleeping spyware, adware, Trojans, keyloggers, malware and trackers from your hard drive. Leo This service manages the "perfect image" backup of volumes that have files in use (opened) while the backup is going. The process can restart as required. any idea people?

g8 wrk April 27, 2009 kurnt maybe next time just dont forget that you are explaining relevant stuffs to a non-geek community and you will be fine. Falling in love with svchost.exe It's spring and love is in the air but I'm a geek not a matchmaker like Patti Stanger; therefore, I can't augment your love life but Now I can go back and find out what is actually happening behind the scenes. Ecobee3 vs.

DavidR Avast Überevangelist Certainly Bot Posts: 76386 No support PMs thanks Re: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\process.exe « Reply #2 on: December 14, 2008, 04:01:50 PM » There are several topics on this, http://forum.avast.com/index.php?topic=38236.0 and Microsoft PartnerSilver Application Development file.net Deutsch Home Files Software News Contact What is verclsid.exe? It shows what a poor design it is and the inherent problems experienced with Windows currently. Amazing to find so many before me who had same query about it.

Also if Username of "svchost.exe" service entry is other than "System", "Local Service" and "Network Service", then its a virus. The great thing about doing it this way is that you can see the real name under the Description column, so you can choose to disable the service if you don't As for services running under svchost that have security holes in them, your only option is to keep up with the latest news and updates on Microsoft security and security for