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chaslang, Apr 6, 2010 #7 chaslang MajorGeeks Admin - Master Malware Expert Staff Member KiLL CraZy said: ↑ ok so I did some searching around and found out that the sevices.exe WMI Log Files Daily affirmation: net helpmsg 4006 leeearley Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 19 June 2008 Status: Offline Points: 2 Post Things I have done so far:1. 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 Check This Out

We understand that it may be slow, but you will not have much of a choice, unless you want to remove the hard disk to work on it in another PC And I looked into the BIOS settings and I search up and down and didn't find anything about Legacy Devices.... I just pluged those cabels in and installed XP. It is just that you have malware hooked into it. https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_xp-performance/servicesexe-excessive-high-cpu/9fd07cfa-c0d2-4f72-9ae9-ade2f376e43f

Process Explorer shows CPU usage history about 85-90% of red under-line (don't know how it is named in English, sorry) - it is IO wait, isn't it?More, it shows 1.5M of Once I restart WMI(Windows Management Instrumentation) from services.msc, services.exe CPU usage literally drops to 0%, and stays there. This will better assist us in helping you more.Publish a Snapshot using SpeccyThe below is for those who cannot get onlinePlease take caution when attaching a text file to your post

I'm runing the drive in SATA mode. Natives of California Password bug in Ubuntu 14.04 One of these words is not like the others, one of these words just isn't the same! If not, run HijackThis again. Thread Status: Not open for further replies.

For reg cleaners i use CCleaner, and Ultimate defrag for defrag. Back to top #11 cryptodan cryptodan Bleepin Madman Members 21,868 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Catonsville, Md Local time:09:18 PM Posted 15 December 2010 - 08:03 PM Norton is notorious for being It is not the Administrator account. If you managed to get the snapshot and the SAS log, perhaps you can do more than you think.

If you uninstall CounterSpy and Symantec, also take note of your CPU use. And this was actually the "family" computer so please excuse the extra stuff. My advice is to stay as far away as you possibly can from Registry Cleaners, Boosters, Optimizers, TuneUp Utilities... Haha.

At start up a process called "services.exe" immediately starts taking 30% to 70% of the CPU to no end. http://forum.sysinternals.com/servicesexe-with-high-cpu-utilization_topic14749_page4.html Overwrite your previous MGtools.exe file with this one. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. Rebooting Numerous Times does not solve the issue.3.

Chulup Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 01 December 2009 Status: Offline Points: 1 Post Options Post Reply QuoteChulup Report Post Thanks(0) his comment is here Extract avenger.exe from the Zip file and save it to your desktop Run avenger.exe by double-clicking on it. Are you still having problems? KiLL CraZy said: ↑ 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

Did a fresh installation of my Windows XP Pro in another drive *of the same computer,* plugged the camera, and it worked like a charm. Did stopping Teatimer have any effect on your CPU use? Why don't the other countries of Europe maintain massive military as Russia does? http://pcialliance.org/high-cpu/high-cpu-usage-on-services-exe.html Back to top #6 ClemsonFan ClemsonFan Topic Starter Members 16 posts OFFLINE Gender:Female Local time:04:18 PM Posted 14 December 2010 - 02:13 PM OK here's a copy of the Speccy

Tech Support Guy is completely free -- paid for by advertisers and donations. Are the two files shown in your snapshot, still on the PC or were they deleted? One of our clients has an Exchange server running in a virtual server (Ugh, I know, we're trying to get it on dedicated hardware asap) that has a recurring problem with

Does Task Manager open ( even if it takes a long time)?

Now run Ccleaner. I am not able to run Device Manager - I'm not sure why. Does casting a spell on a weapon make it count as magic for bypassing immunities or resistances? May 2, 2011 #14 Bobbye Helper on the Fringe Posts: 16,335 +36 Okay.

I have Windows XP SP3 running on Acer 3692G. TechSpot is a registered trademark. May 2, 2011 #10 Zen TechSpot Paladin Posts: 861 +46 g4mer said: ↑ I can't explain because i had different problems. http://pcialliance.org/high-cpu/high-cpu-3-usb-modem.html Also don't double click on it, use right click and select Run As Administrator ) Then attach the below logs: C:\avenger.txt the Malwarebytes and SUPERAntiSpyware logs if they ran C:\MGlogs.zip Make

Click on the "Open The Misc Tools Section" button. Click the Logs tab. Not sure if this is reliable though, since I've run chkdsk several times & don't seem to be having disk errors. Click Check for Updates.

If it does not run in normal boot mode, try safe mode. The link will explainclick here Stressed Mum 20:10 04 May 10 I have downloaded process explorer - which shows it is something to do with ipod services and plug and Back to top #8 ClemsonFan ClemsonFan Topic Starter Members 16 posts OFFLINE Gender:Female Local time:04:18 PM Posted 15 December 2010 - 03:57 PM 8LLDK71 Also if helpful, I can take Learn More.

Sum the powers that be Why not concatenate C source files before compilation? Reboot did not help. Save the "uninstall_list.txt" file somewhere.