High CPU usage on system process

December 29, 2005 at 10:13:53
Specs: Windows 2000 Server, Dual 1Ghz/1GB RAM

My system process is hogging the CPU usage of my server, I cannot figure it out. I have eliminated the possibility of spyware, viruses, etc. because I have used multiple programs to scan for them. Does anyone have any suggestions or tools that I can use to get this resolved?

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#1
December 29, 2005 at 13:58:13

hello all

similar prob last nite i faced, (29.12.2005)around same time of dkoll ,
in task manager ,processes , services.exe is taking all usage, but i cant stop this process as access is denied always,there are no applications in the task manager ,and desktop takes 20 mins to show program icons,
need help , plsssss

help each other



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#2
December 29, 2005 at 15:35:44

in processes of task manager, which one is listed to be using the most memory/cpu?

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#3
December 29, 2005 at 22:05:20

I've run in to a similar problem before on my laptop running XP Pro.
It lags my system like crazy and the HD wasnt running at all.
After a few times I realized that there was a weird process when I open the Windows Task Manager. The next time I started the program, the first thing I did was open Task Manager and as soon as the process showed up, I force end process. The system was fine afterwards until next restart.
I googled the web for that process name and some guy posted ways of fixing this problem.
I'm sorry that I forgot the name of the process so I cannot give you any detailed information but I was pretty sure it was a trojan. This trojan somehow bypassed my trojan remover so it wasnt picked up.
How this helps a bit.

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#4
December 30, 2005 at 19:22:01

atul

You'd be far better off raising a new post rather than joining someone elses thread. Just choose your Windows system top left of this page and away you go.

Reasons:
No two problems are ever alike, you'll get immediate attention to your own problem, we will know what OS you are using, and we'll avoid confusion about who is responding to who.

DerekW


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#5
December 31, 2005 at 08:35:52

<<I have eliminated the possibility of spyware, viruses, etc. because I have used multiple programs to scan for them.>>

Let's stop here and determine what exactly you used.


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