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svchost.exe is consuimg 100% of my CPU usage

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hi guys SVChost.exe is consuming 100 % of my CPU usage. I have about15 to 20 SVChost.exe  processes open in my task manager and some of them are consuming 51,504 K. I know the use of SVChost.exe but is there a way to fix them
can anyone help please?
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well. if you are using windows 2008, you should be able to click resource monitor in performance tab on task manager to see which service or app is cause it

otherwise download the free app from sysinternal... called process monitor and see what is causing the trouble...also are there any errors in the event log about this

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb842062.aspx
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Process Explorer for Windows v10.21
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/sysinternals/ProcessesAndThreads/ProcessExplorer.mspx

Double click the offending file. If it is a svchost.exe, then Select the Services Tab. Please list what services are in that svchost.exe. You can try and stop all the services in that SVCHOST.EXE, and see if CPU Usage drops......

Then Select the Threads tab, and see what .exe or .dll is using the CPU, and then select it by double clicking it....and copying/pasting the call stack here.....

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Didnt mean to overpost on supports suggestion, but wanted to further teh detailed process on what to look for....
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Ok I am attaching a jpeg file if that could help

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Doesnt help... Post the screenshot of the instructions above in Process Explorer instead......

Open PE, double click the SVCHOST in question, and post the Services tab and the Threads Tab.....

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Hi

1.Also download SuperantiSpyware update it and run a complete scan on system drive.

2.plus disable all weird services,uninstall all recent software(specially freewares if any)

3.Download ccleaner and remove some crap from temp file which might be contacting internet

in this case u need an application it can give/cancel permissions to executables remove weird startup entries by using winpatrol

http://download.cnet.com/WinPatrol/3000-8022_4-10129149.html

if you can perform all the steps above i can hope positives!
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my admin asked me to blow the computer and install fresh OS. Sorry for the trouble guys.
Any ways thanks for your help
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