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How to get rid of tvtsched.exe?

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Hello experts, I've a thinkpad g41, sometimes I got the process tvtsched.exe eating all the processor time.

I think it's related to laptop's update system.

Do you know a way to deactivate this?
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Looks  like the tvtsched.exe is the ThinkVantage Scheduler.  Part of the "Rescue and Recovery - client".  From what I've read, you can remove this software from your system via Add Remove Programs.   That is if your fine with removing the "Rescue and Recovery client".
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Hello fmonroy,

Here is a definition of tvtsched.exe:
http://www.file.net/process/tvtsched.exe.html

TVTSCHED is a service (TVT Scheduler).  You can disable it in the service controller.

Hope this helps!
war1
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Excellent guys, Thank you very much.
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