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Then manually delete the sevices.exe file from the windows folder. (Make sure to leave the real services.exe file which is in the windows/system32 folder, as this is the real program and but either way, once I got to that screen I had no power over my mouse or keyboard to choose an option so I was pretty much stuck at that screen Because I know they're related processes. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.

Reply to Liereaper m 0 l rockie_ a c 272 à CPUs a b D Laptop September 25, 2014 9:23:59 AM error sorry guys Reply to rockie_ m 0 l Can't Its my pleasure Reply to Liereaper m 0 l Ask the community Post an answer Read discussions in other Antivirus / Security / Privacy categories Antivirus Privacy Ask the community See also: Link Anand Kanojia anandkanojia uses up you CPU resources up to 98% whenever you dial-up to the internet FEWO you need it (the genuine windows file) to access internet The others users who share the router can't use internet!!!

Things I have done so far:1. Discussion in 'Malware Help - MG (A Specialist Will Reply)' started by KiLL CraZy, Apr 1, 2010. And I looked into the BIOS settings and I search up and down and didn't find anything about Legacy Devices.... Attached Files: geniune.JPG File size: 128.2 KB Views: 8 May 2, 2011 #12 Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,335 +36 g4mer, I will be glad to try and help

Terms of Use Privacy Policy Licensing Advertise International Editions: US / UK India Log in or Sign up Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Operating Systems > Windows XP > Computer If yes, you need to uninstall CounterSpy.Click to expand... Rundll32.exe is BACK! It is a standard part of windows.

other alternative its by going to your Task Manager and go to the processes and find your antivirus. Reinstalling the OS is a good idea but not for all.I`ll try to resolve this. other alternative its by going to your Task Manager and go to the processes and find your antivirus. http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/services-exe-high-cpu-usage.213410/ posted result files.

Click on the Start button and select Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Services. Files infected or files are services.exe, sservice.exe, fservice.exe, reginv.dll, winkey.dll, 5 entries and Trend Micro doesnt remove. during operations it goes down to nomal usage. and install just windows...

  • I figured that out using filemon and regmon, looking at the items that were continually being accessed. †Uninstalled the device and all was good; I was able to reinstall the bluetooth
  • Afterwards I cleaned the registry manually Henrik It's the MyDoom virus if found in c:\Windows wolud try to connect tcp ; send cached keys ?
  • If some programs aren't running properly when their Service's Startup Type is set to Manual, everything can be restored to the way it was before, following the same procedure.
  • Is the file in the dllcache ok or is it a virus?

So a nightmare to begin but a restart solved... http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/services-exe-high-cpu-usage.164551/ V8 Found this file running along side zipped.wrm and maddys.xyz. Process Explorer's "Verify" option finished successfully.This strange behavior is not very annoying becouse it happens once or twice a day for time up to minute, but solution may be helpful. This guide below will show you how to slipstream your Windows XP disc with service pack 3, you can then use that to complete the operation.

Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate. had to copy file off and send from other computer. services.exe uses 100% cpu. It's an integral process.

services.exe got 100% pc usage when i start up and i can not acces anymore takes a lot of tries to be able to do anything internet does not work anymore Carbon Causes windows malfunction , windows not responding, system shut down. The only file Find turns up with this name is in the right directory, so presumably legitimate. What's going on??

darkangelofhell666 C:\Windows\services.exe was an Win32.VB.htw Trojan. Easy steps to stop 'services.exe' maxing Out cpu 100% Pip the windows file is located at C:\Windows\system32, if that file is somehere else its a trojan or worm ..... You cannot disable all of it properly.

Thats does not have to do anything with his cpu or antivirus I cant end task the mcshield.exe why?

Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? It is not the Administrator account. I had over 120 messages scanned by avg that weren't even in my mailbox.

Kang windows\inetdim\services.exe (i changed the name and rebooted). May 2, 2011 #10 Zen TechSpot Paladin Posts: 861 +46 g4mer said: ↑ I can't explain because i had different problems. Same behavior happens when I connect anything else to a USB port. I went to task to see what was using so much rescources and found this services.exe file right up there.

b. If there is malware, it won't play nice with an SP update. When it was about to finish it puts the screen in blac, it destroys my desktop and paralized everything. but I can't seem to find a way to get rid of if so far, any tips?Click to expand...