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svchost.exe rising to 200'000 memory

Discussion in 'Virus & Other Malware Removal' started by Nbenven, May 21, 2015.

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  1. Nbenven

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    Hello,

    First of all english is not my mother tongue so please excuse any mistakes that I could make.

    As the title states I have a problem with a running process which is svchost.exe. There are a lot of these but one of them is always up there at 200'000 RAM usage. I tried forcing it to close but it keeps coming back and always up again at 200'000 memory usage.

    I tried looking for solutions and saw that someone has had the same problem and was helped by one of your staff. Sadly the process to fix it is too hard for me to do alone as I don't understand much that is going on in that particular thread.

    If anyone knows how to help me it would be great, thanks in advance.

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    Processor Count: 8
    RAM: 8187 Mb
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