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Here is a screen shot of what Process Explorer looks when looking at the thread activity of an idle Winlogon. This led to a call to RegUnloadKey call which removes a hive from the registry but does not modify the file containing the registry information. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites This topic is now closed to further replies. My step when looking at a CPU spike for a process is to determine if the time spent is in User-mode or Kernel mode. i thought about this

This command will immediately initiate the Windows File Protection service to scan all protected files, verify their integrity, and replace any problem files. Here's a couple of suggestions to keep this from happening again. 1) Anti-virus software - updated daily and used always! 2) Anti-spyware software - updated daily and used always! 3) A I need further assistance with this. 0 Message Author Comment by:bryanchandler ID: 279520262010-03-19 This seems to be happening when I log in via the console. Several functions may not work. their explanation

Unplug the network cable. Kevin Gooder June 3, 2011 at 5:44 am · Reply I do not see a windows/CSC directory on my windows XP home edition operating system. solved Very High CPU Usage and FPS Lag Spikes (in more demanding games) solved Bottleneck Help? (High CPU usage and low GPU usage) solved Constant High CPU Usage when Gaming (i5 Help BleepingComputer Defend Freedom of Speech Back to top Back to Windows XP Home and Professional 1 user(s) are reading this topic 0 members, 1 guests, 0 anonymous users Reply to

Oh - what joy that will be! This explains all of our symptoms. The symptoms can include either all available disk space being consumed by the C:\Windows\CSC (technically, %windir%\CSC) or winlogon.exe going into a loop that interferes with use of the system. And, interestingly, it's pointing to a prior version of Process Monitor - Process Monitor 1.3 was released this week, and the page that is linked to is apparently an old page

Winlogon.exe was at 45% of CPU. Any other suggestions? Are you sure you video card hasn't died? "2007 & 2008 Windows Shell/User Award" Back to top #11 Bobang Bobang Members 56 posts OFFLINE Local time:05:47 AM Posted 29 November When the hang subsides, the typed characters show up all at once.

Register now! Keyboard input is working, but seems to be buffered during the issue. The user profile registry hive is the NTuser.dat in file form, and is mapped to the HKEY_CURRENT_USER portion of the registry when the user logs on. Long time viewer - first time poster!

Join Now For immediate help use Live now! If the terminal server experiences heavy registry activity, the cached registry information on the terminal server may increase significantly. My hijackthis log follows and if someone could give me any hints what can be causing this I really would appreciate.RgdsMLogfile of HijackThis v1.99.1Scan saved at 11:32:45, on 4/7/2007Platform: Windows XP So I need to get into the BIOS settings somehow and guesstimate which option is the Init Display setting, then I'll be able to get into the start up configuration and

While Microsoft provides instructions and a mechanism to Re-initialize the offline files cache and database, following those instructions has never worked for me - possibly because the systems I'm encountering are why not try these out Viebie October 20, 2009 at 10:25 am · Reply Thank you Alan, you are a genius! Reply Subscribe RELATED TOPICS: Winlogon errors (Event 4005) on Domain Controller Laser printer horizontal color bands XenApp 6.5 WAN firewall 13 Replies Thai Pepper OP Stephen5797 Aug 25, Been having problems for ages!

Move your XA servers into a seperate OU and Block Inheritence. FTFY. I haven't gone through to track exactly what's causing the problem, just identified it as an Offline Files problem. check this link right here now Perfmon cannot report due to its dependency on the registry.

Just loops around on itself and doesn't even get close to Windows. Some tips for the next time this happens: 1) Use automatic backup software to backup your most important information to another drive 2) Back up your registry daily - and save I've tried setting up Bootlog, but as it never gets into XP, nothing is getting written back.

The request that came in was from userenv module running in Winlogon associated with the session of the user logging off and came into the Winlogon in session 0.

Now we need to determine where we are spending the time in kernel mode. but after a few minutes (never takes very long) the processor on the XA server leaps to 100% and stays there for 10 mins. But I'm no expert of hijackthis so I dare say I've missed out so important stuff somewhere along the way!! Then press OK and once again OK.Restart your system.

Update: The original title & article indicated that this applied to Windows PCs on domains only, but Offline Files is available to non-domain PCs as well as long as Fast User Still problem is not resolved. Production domain controllers are Windows 2003 SP2 so the obvious next suggestion is to upgrade the domain but customer not wanting to do this right now.Anyone seen anything similar? his explanation SFC allows you to check for any corrupt system files.Go to Start > Run and type: sfc /scannowMake sure that you include a space between the c and /.

The fix applies to Windows Server 2003 with SP1 or SP2.

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ERROR Charlie's Chocolates Micronet-ICASP IT Solutions Midwest Pinball Copyright © 2017 Fencepost Software & Consulting - All Rights ReservedPowered by WordPress & the Atahualpa Theme by BytesForAll. Why only the Winlogon in session 0? In process explorer you can right click on a process and then view the threads tab. ┬áIt will then show you the CPU usage of each thread and what exe

I noticed that when I login locally to my usual domain admin account I use, that it seems to get worse, but when I login as administrator it's not as bad. etc. The Sysinternals Site theme is even the old one…) [Good catch. After deleting the ofline files, my sound is now stable…no more boot time is restored to normal thanx again Now am concerned about the fact that the two processes mentioned

I have the Knack. ** If I haven't replied in 48 hours, please send me a message. Just enable hidden files & folders. I turned offline files off and WinLogon.exe CPU went to 0%. The PDF document can also contain attachments that are embedded in the encrypted PDF.

I expect to do either a more in-depth article or at least a collection of links on ways to track down problems like this. Email Reset Password Cancel Need to recover your Spiceworks IT Desktop password?


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