High CPU in SVChost


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I am getting high CPU (100% usage) with svchost and have tried all the remedies I've found on internet and still have problem. The main problem now is I don't know enough about what the processes do to be able to know which process is causing the problem and which one I would dare disable. Is there any Microsoft program fix it to handle this problem or where to get help?
 
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I am getting high CPU (100% usage) with svchost and have tried all the remedies I've found on internet and still have problem. The main problem now is I don't know enough about what the processes do to be able to know which process is causing the problem and which one I would dare disable. Is there any Microsoft program fix it to handle this problem or where to get help?
 
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Have narrowed the above issue down to Windows Update, if I turn off windows update the CPU usage returns to normal. How do I repair Windows update? Some one please help this old lady out here!!
 
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i have this exact same problem with a HP Mini 110-3135dx Netbook; Dual core Intel Atom CPU; 2 GB of RAM.

When M-S Update is off, CPU operation is 66% - versus CPU pegged at 100% with Update enabled.

i was told that Microsoft is aware of this issue, but i wish there was a patch or "Easy Fix" for it.

It DID seem to update OK when i put a new HDD in, loaded and activated Windows 7 Professional months ago.

i do not think this is an issue for W 7 Home Edition (?)

OF course, Windows XP was very stable and reliable.

While this netbook is eligible for a Windows 10 "upgrade", i am not sure this will help (?)
 
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1- disable windows update services
go to windows folder in C:
go to SoftwareDistribution folder in windows and delete all folders inside
re enable windows update services

2- search and download this fixes for x64
Windows6.1-KB3050265-x64
Windows6.1-KB3065987-v2-x64
Windows6.1-KB3102810-x64
Windows6.1-KB3138612-x64
or for x86
Windows6.1-KB3050265-x86
Windows6.1-KB3065987-v2-x86
Windows6.1-KB3102810-x68
Windows6.1-KB3138612-x68
3- try windows update

choose x86 or x64 folder as you cpu
install all fixes inside the folder its all from Microsoft.
that works for me hope you solve you problem
 

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