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BSOD - Dr Watson Log Says The Culprit Is Microsoft Security Client

cheers There is not a clear explanation of what it is, so it's dangerous lin chu chin System doesn't boots and takes all resources and CPU gets hanged Gunjan it causes What's the cure? EXCEPTION_CODE: (NTSTATUS) 0xc0000005 - The instruction at 0x%08lx referenced memory at 0x%08lx. Our user’s workstation (on the right) is missing all the same entries: To verify the functionality of the fwc, I opened the fwc management console from the Programs folder (since this have a peek here

Muhammad Abid It takes up all my CPU Anonymous I have 2 versions on the company laptop. Whether this is the reason for others not being able to reproduce Mr. Please help. Luckily, the console pointed me to a couple log files: Log files are often overlooked as sources of troubleshooting application failures. http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f10/bsod-dr-watson-log-says-the-culprit-is-microsoft-security-client-696205.html

Do not let the list here stop you from giving it a try, it fixes so many bugs and security holes that it more than makes up for any trouble it Their response was that they have read the readme.txt and contacted Microsoft and that the only people having this problem is Microsoft themselves on their test machine. Every time I have used one that is suppose to clean up my computer to make is run faster, or Fix Errors, or whatever, has caused me trouble. Chances are, you will have between 3 and 5 instances of this process running on a standard installation of XP or 2000.

Rainay I have 6 of them running all the time on windows XP when i close them they make my computer look like windows 98 an its horrible. Spy Sweeper brought my computer to it's knees and fails to detect spyware. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site. I haven't tried the new one yet. 2) I found that I when I was accessing large data sets from a JAZ on a different system with SP3 NDIS applied via

You can still get a virus, and most likely won't be able to remove the virus you now have. Since my last visit I have also dumped virtually all of my Norton products (which somewhere along the line must have been impacted by SS 5). I don't think I can afford to renew this program. If you know what brand it is go to the hard drive manufacturers web site and d/l and run their diagnostics for a extended(long) test.

Be carefull at removing it. All copies have one or 2 processes running. To obtain the patch please click on the "check for updates" link. M holy crap when i installed zone alarm...

I havent yet discovered if this is a virus installed as a service, or just some badly written service that got installed as part of some other junk.... http://www.beyondvc.com/2006/07/i_hate_shitty_s.html They can help you out directly or get you to our Customer Advocacy Group (CAG). If you find svchost.exe that is too young for your system (see creation date) rename it and delete it! It is my guess that somehow the current settings aren't being read correctly when SP4 is applied to the system.

Otherwise your just asking for trouble. navigate here I had been using my original Giant version up until support completely disappeared this past summer. I had been using my original Giant version up until support completely disappeared this past summer. The only thing you need is Spy Sweeper, and Spy Sweeper 5.0 is much faster then 4.5.

and i got 2 other svchost.exe The one is Local Service and the other is Network service :S XambeR its taking 100% cpu .dont know what Sometimes, it uses 99% of howard says: Aug 8, 2006 at 3:08 pm same problem, had a fake antispyware invasion by Antispywarebox (and again with antispywarenetwork today). Whenever I have Spy Sweeper running, the size of my programs are growing. Check This Out I just let the ZA anti-spyware utility do its work, and scan periodically with a good rootkit detector light FSecure Blacklight.

It was the same problem.; ( They gave me a number to call too, but I haven't bothered. Null I found SVCHOST.EXE-2D5FBD18.PF located in C:\WINDOWS\Prefetch (28kb), Type: PF File, dated 8/13/2005 (my local date). Don Ted B says: Aug 17, 2006 at 5:48 pm Hi Folks I experienced the same problem with Ver 5 of Spy Sweeper as all of you.

If you have windows xp, type 'msconfig' in the 'Start Run' box, and try disabling some of the non-microsoft services.

Pennsylvania Posts: 52,683 OS: Win7 Is this a new install or a XP install that has been running correctly and stopped? I wonder what Kim Komando has to say about it now? Who would that be you ask? - if you're reading this far down the blog you already know the answer to that question… I have no affiliations with Symantec BTW. Once service pack 4 is installed, the Compaq SSD won't recognize the service pack and won't allow you to update the HAL.

Lucky for me my subscription expires in a month so I'm loosing subscription time but gaining a properly working system Ron says: Mar 11, 2007 at 9:28 am Wow… I can't I dunno but it keeps multiplying and making my pc slow as hell... The fix was to replace the atapi.sys applied with SP4 dated 10/15/98 27kb with the previously installed dated 5/1/97 26kb. this contact form But the point is, after reading all the complaints on the internet, I'm not sure I trust them..I would have liked to have heard from Webroot the FIRST TIME I emailed

Preator66 There are four of these on my comp. If I try an NT bootfloppy, I just get messages that files are corrupt...