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Please do not stop November 17, 2009 Lisbei Do does that mean I need to download a specific utility to check in Win XP? September 25, 2009 HaNcH A lot of Thanks!!! I do a have question in my mind. January 14, 2009 jd2066 @sawmaster: Those are not locations, they are hidden users that Windows creates for security purposes. http://exomatik.net/help-with/help-with-trojan-agent-svchost-exe.php
October 21, 2009 simon I am just trying to work through the Trojan in svchost - using AVG8.5, has detected numerous multidropper TD virus on my owrk computer XP. I've learned a lot … Thank's December 11, 2009 lucky really its helpfull for many of the user,those who are intersted in os.thanq December 11, 2009 pavan Really its helpfull for I use XP Home Edition. 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
Is there a better description of what each service performs beyond what Windows provides? thanks July 4, 2009 Raygun Like all the above…thanks for explaining this to me… I feel better seeing all those repeats now. And I'm really glad to learn how you can tell what services are running under it.
- this is absolutely way out the best explanation on svchost.exe i have come across - and i've been looking through articles on the net for over 4 months - you've really
- July 2, 2009 inkit nice information, in simple words.
- Then 2 more entries in the next second of a registry type.Process: c:\windows\system32\rundll.exe,Description:windows host process(rundll32).
- Any "Microsoft Generic Host Process for Win32 Services" for Windows XP users or "Microsoft(R) Windows (R) 2000 Operating System" items listed in the list are portions of the svchost.
- This will let you see a description of what each process is and may help you to make a decision of what to do.
- I'm often mystified by the things I see in the Task Manager -- including the ever-present svchost entries.
- You already have it in the support folder on your Windows 2000 disc.
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Page Info Change History (all pages) All Project Updates Discussions Issue Tracker Downloads Reviews Source Code Wiki & Documentation Subscribe Project Description A program to see what all those svchost.exe are Thanks. If not please perform the following steps below so we can have a look at the current condition of your machine. April 26, 2009 Bilal Thanx a lot for explaining wht these processes are……without this i couldnt sort out these probs in my life…..
now switched to NortonAV and I have a Spyware detector and Registry cleaner and I still have the same problem. April 25, 2008 French Rose in Italy svchost essential for Windows. A case like this could easily cost hundreds of thousands of dollars. Great stuff: Will make the beginner think they might actually understand some of it one day! :) July 1, 2008 aris Thanks bro, it is vey useful informatin for me July
This simple, clear explanation clears all my doubts regarding svchost.exe. November 9, 2008 KollisSai Thanks for the info. http://svchostviewer.codeplex.com/ Hovsep A March 1, 2014 at 12:02 pm How to determine what services are running under a SVCHOST.EXE process http://www.bleepingcomputer.com/tutorials/list-services-running-under-svchostexe-process/ Oron J March 1, 2014 at 11:11 am Svchost.exe is August 9, 2008 Prof This was a remarkably clear and concise description.
Look at the top left corner of the main page, there is an option to view the site in black or white. his comment is here Probably still have to have it reformated but now know so much more than before. Click the down arrow next to Category and click Currently Running Programs. make sure you install software correctly!
here's the log: DDS (Ver_09-01-19.01) - NTFSx86 Run by Main at 1:21:43.37 on Thu 01/29/2009 Internet Explorer: 7.0.5730.13 Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition 5.1.2600.3.1252.1.1033.18.239.16 [GMT -5:00] AV: AVG Anti-Virus Free *On-access Well done August 13, 2008 Chris I don't often leave comments, but your explanation went a long way in explaining this to me. October 15, 2009 Stud thank you very much :) i always like to know what programs are running behind the seens and i never knew that there are so many diferent this contact form If you have not done so, include a description of your problem, along with any steps you may have performed so far.Upon completing the steps below another staff member will review
Choose YES. The confusing thing is that there can be multiple copies running at the same time. thanks!
Also when I boot up I get a boot failure, system halted.
But you stopped to early! And for those who are…switch to an open source O/S and quit complaining; also, stop trying to force Microsoft to be what YOU think it should be. I was always wondering what is this service all about but never actully try to dig it more. Tlist Windows 2000 Installation If you do not have this file you need to install the Microsoft Windows 2000 support tools.
From the MS-DOS prompt, type tlist -s and press enter. * If you are unable to run or locate this file on the computer, see steps below on installing this file well done.I will remember this site for the future. This cleared up much of the misinformation i received. http://exomatik.net/help-with/help-with-trojan-agent-in-svchost-exe.php February 5, 2008 Darrell To Dave: tasklist /svc works only with XP pro…….
I can't figure out for the life of me which one of my legitimate programs is trying to access the Internet, if any. January 25, 2008 ScottK Great article Jon! You know, I hate to say this, but I tend to agree with the writer who said this is Windows. I started to use T mobile gc89 air card with a duel-systemsadapters The system was slow.
November 12, 2008 Karen I would like to thank you for taking the time to convey this information in terms that were CLEAR and EASY to understand! Thanks! This inevitably leads you to questions like, "What Services are running inside what SvcHost.exe?" and "Which Service is using 100% CPU." There's lots of ways to figure this out, but first Also, because svchost.exe is a common process in the Task Manager, malware programs sometimes mask themselves by running under the same process name of svchost.exe.
When I found these I was kinda lost.. October 28, 2008 trish How do I know if one of these is my employer monitoring me? I do not have a Services tab in the Task Manager. Please note that your topic was not intentionally overlooked.
Users experiencing an error with the above memory address are infected with the blaster virus. Three run under the username "System," two under "Network Service," and one under "Local Service." Since svchost.exe has a history of being an uninvited guest to a masquerade party (i.e. Run Security Task Manager to check your Svchost process 2. Thank you for taking the time and providing screen captures in your text.
Very helpful article! please provide exact doc for xp. Bob O March 2, 2014 at 5:04 pm Windows 7 users don't need added programs to view anything.