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If this is your issue, please see my previous post. 2) High CPU usage of Norton processes while background scans are running, or Quick Scan is running. Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - 100 percent CPU usage and SVCHOST by robsb / April 17, 2009 12:46 PM PDT In reply to: 100 percent CPU usage caused They were apart of a business program. Hi Schwalker: I would try a clean reinstall of the latest NIS v. using the instructions here and see if the problem persists. why not find out more

I was also baffled by this so I searched the internet and the found the answer. It did find one more thing that the other scans missed or didn't get.. However as soon as I opened up google chrome and then closed it, the symptons returned. I removed these and I "denied" the system access to it.

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Please check your inbox when you get a chance. Although I know I'm not supposed to, I have several times just highlighted the offending svchost process and "stopped" it (sorry, I can't remember exact term). I wouldn't go straight to reinstall of the OS without at least looking around a little. Under security there were 4 "users", 3 of them were repeated.

  • I guess I have no real suggestion... #3 AnonymouseUser, Sep 28, 2004 Schadenfroh Elite Member Joined: Mar 8, 2003 Messages: 38,418 Likes Received: 2 found your problem O4 - HKLM\..\Run:
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  • I can hear the CPU fan going full pelt from the other side of the room, and when I bring the screen back on and check Task Manager, the nis.exe *32

reboot into safemode, fix it, and then delete that file also, fix these: O16 - DPF: {469C7080-8EC8-43A6-AD97-45848113743C} - O16 - DPF: {E62A47D8-74B1-4A93-963A-E5E43B7CC5C2} (UCSearch.ucUCSearch) - delete the following if you This is why, I mentionned a full Windows reinstall, either from a backup image or the "hard way" which means from scratch... This worked for me, thanks Samtt. Nis.exe High Disk Usage Maybe it is Google's problem, but it would be nice to hear from some Norton folks.

Yet something is causing my explorer.exe file to go crazy. I think others should stop giving them free support to fix things as well. I will be moving onto another product that does not have a critical issue like this. The infection turned out to be Rootkit.Boot.Cidox.b Darkhorse0428Oct 13, 2014, 3:37 PM super7g said: Darkhorse, I had the same exact problem which took me hours to finally find the solution.

Anasshamsi1111May 3, 2015, 11:00 AM I had the same issue with my computer, i had downloaded some video from youtube and when i played those videos my cpu usage went to Norton Using Too Much Memory Thanks samtt; TDSskiller worked a treat, I have been sitting watching task manager while online waiting for he CPU % to explode but it's fine. Admin. On the Google folder right click and select "properties".

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Yes I've scan with MBAM. I still have the thread printed out for the Format of a disk issue. Why Is Norton Using All My Cpu Pervaiz Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - SVCHOST taking up CPU by flaterry / April 17, 2009 1:05 PM PDT In reply to: 100 percent CPU usage caused by Norton Internet Security High Cpu Usage Windows 10 If I put it back on the network and internet and rebooted, boom, within minutes 4 or more explorer.exe would be running in the task manager, and cpu and memory usage

I've sent you a private message requesting more information on this issue via the forum.  Please check it when you get a chance. Thanks.  Sunil_GA | Norton Forums Administrator | Symantec Corporation check my site Did this before and after reinstall of Windows. Posted: 05-Aug-2015 | 3:29PM • Permalink Win 7 x64 Norton Internet Security I have a very similar problem, after some time away from my PC nis.exe takes over ALL the A second copy of explorer.exe would start up soon after boot up. Norton High Cpu Usage Windows 10

Neskowin Contributor4 Reg: 12-Jul-2016 Posts: 8 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 4 Kudos1 Stats Re: Norton Security causing high CPU Usage Posted: 12-Jul-2016 | 6:24PM • Permalink THIS IS WRITTEN IN ALL CAPS deafelvisDec 24, 2014, 9:31 PM Darkhorse0428 said: Tradesman1 said: In safe mode, try going to the Command Prompt as administrator and run system file check > at the command prompt type Look in the Win 32 directory for it and maybe for something like it. navigate to these guys If took the computers off the network,(aka no internet) and rebooted the issue wouldn't happen.

When I open a application if skyrockets to 90%. Norton Using 100 Disk I am just wondering with regards to such messages - I should not worry if they are using a lot of CPU and never touch them as they are part of It does the same thing to those.

This article helped point me in the correct direction - searching on Shylock Trojan an article pointed me to Norton Power Eraser or Microsoft Security Scanner running Norton

Thanks. However Norton Power Eraser found the problem and fixed it on the first pass. OS,NIS reinstall, Scans from other AV programs and still nothing? Nis.exe High Cpu Usage You can turn the ones off you don't need or turn them back on again if you change your mine.

I will have to unistall Norton before it burns my machine up if there is not a fix soon. My System Specs Computer type Laptop System Manufacturer/Model Number Sony VAIO / E Series VPCEB46FG OS Windows 7 Home Professional 64bit CPU Windows 7 Service Pack 1 x86 NTFS Motherboard AMD Seems Chrome updates this file and Norton doesn't like it. see this here Only game files were picked up and this were downloaded from steam.

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Norton by Tech Boy Stevo / April 24, 2009 12:58 PM PDT In reply to: svchost and Norton anti virus Agreed. Tony Weiss | Norton Forums Global Community Manager | Symantec Corporation FattiesGoneWild Regular Contributor5 Reg: 05-Nov-2012 Posts: 341 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 45 Kudos0 Re: Norton Security causing high CPU Usage Posted: According to Process Explorer the problem is with Norton Security. Here it is: Me Too0 Last Comment Replies lmacri Norton Fighter25 Reg: 05-May-2009 Posts: 2,963 Solutions: 77 Kudos: 1,467 Kudos0 Re: Frequent high CPU usage by NIS Posted: 18-Sep-2014 | 5:25PM

If it's not apparent from the name and the description of the service, enter the process name in Google and do a search for it. I also clicked the windows update and it checked in a few seconds and I got no error. Windows 10 Anniversary Edition 1607 Replies are locked for this thread. I also installed the update finder from Intel but that...

In fact, I think that even re-installing windows without rewriting the boot sector, would leave this exploit intact. The system process (ntoskrnl.exe) using excessive amount of RAM. Causing computer to run slow, IE not responding frequently. I plan to run Kaspersky (5th virus scan at this point) to see if that does anything.

If you're running a manual/on-demand quick scan, that's a scan. The time now is 05:10. The usage report shows the offending "thing" to be "svchost," whatever that is-?but it can hog up to 78 percent of the CPU, making everything else run like it was an Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - An exception by MNBSwamy / April 27, 2009 4:07 PM PDT In reply to: Definately Norton I am also on XP and the

Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - No, You can't disable it! After my fresh install of Windows 7 64-bit, I re-installed Kaspersky, 'cause it had been working well before with no heavy CPU usage unless I was running a scan. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: 100 percent CPU usage caused by SVCHOST process, need help This post has been flagged and will be reviewed Everything was fine, but computer had accumulated 4 years of bloat, so I broke down and did a full wipe and fresh install of Windows 7-64bit.

Some files could not be fixed though. GPU driver problems were fixed! The biggest reason is that it’s a layer of security that customers still rely on. but then eventually resumes high CPU utilization (i.e., it resumes the full system scan)...


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