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What Are All These Processes Waiting For Me To Log On To The Net

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#1 KeithH


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Posted 29 January 2008 - 01:14 PM

My PC (Dell Dimension L800r running W2000) got slower. I ran Kapersky in safe mode ; Spybot in safe mode;
defragged my hard drive but nothing showed up as a problem but it is taking sometimes a minute for Thunderbird or Firefox to load. At one stage my TCP handler got corrupted and Tesco.net support folk got me back online. It led me to download a utility called TCPView which showed I had the following processes all waiting for me to go online:

Procedure / Protocol / Local Address / Remote Address / State

avp.exe:512 TCP keith:1110 keith:0 LISTENING
avp.exe:512 TCP keith:19780 keith:0 LISTENING
mstask.exe:628 TCP keith:1025 keith:0 LISTENING
svchost.exe:440 TCP keith:epmap keith:0 LISTENING
svchost.exe:536 UDP keith:3001 *:*
System: 8 TCP keith:microsoft-ds keith:0 LISTENING
System: 8 TCP keith:1026 keith:0 LISTENING
System: 8 UDP keith:microsoft-ds *:*

As soon as I connected to the net but with no application running the list changed to

avp.exe:1152 TCP keith:3007 keith:0 LISTENING
avp.exe:1152 TCP keith:3007 localhost:1110 ESTABLISHED
avp.exe:516 TCP keith:1110 keith:0 LISTENING
avp.exe:516 TCP keith:19780 keith:0 LISTENING
avp.exe:516 TCP keith:3009 keith:0 LISTENING
avp.exe:516 TCP client-86-29-94-203.brig.adsl.tesco.net:3009 ESTABLISHED
avp.exe:516 TCP keith:1110 localhost:3007 ESTABLISHED
LSASS.EXE:272 UDP client-86-29-94-203.brig.adsl.tesco.net:isakmp *:*
mstask.exe:620 TCP keith:1025 keith:0 LISTENING
svchost.exe:448 TCP keith:epmap keith:0 LISTENING
svchost.exe:540 UDP keith:3001 *:*
System:8 TCP keith:microsoft-ds keith:0 LISTENING
System:8 TCP keith:1026 keith:0 LISTENING
System:8 UDP keith:microsoft-ds *:*
System:8 TCP client-86-29-94-203.brig.adsl.tesco.net:netbios-ssn keith:0 LISTENING
System:8 UDP client-86-29-94-203.brig.adsl.tesco.net:netbios-ns *:*
System:8 UDP client-86-29-94-203.brig.adsl.tesco.net:netbios-dgm *:*

What are all these and how do I find out if anything is going on that shouldn't be?

The other thing I found while scouting around was that I had 5 Telephony Service Providers registered

Microsoft H.323 TAPI Service Provider
Microsoft Multicase Conference TAPI Service Provider
NDIS Proxy TAPI Service Provider
TAPI Kernal Mode Service Provider
Unimodem5 Service Provider

What put all these there? Am I correct in assuming there should only be one and which one should it be?

Any help in getting my PC back up to speed will be very much appreciated

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 02 February 2008 - 03:29 PM

All I can tell you is avp.exe has to do with your Kapersky anti-virus. Whether it's configured wrong or something else, I don't know

Edited by garmanma, 02 February 2008 - 03:29 PM.

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#3 Fredil Yupigo

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Posted 03 February 2008 - 07:19 PM

avp could also be malware, depending on where it is located. However in this case I don't think it is. IMO, just get a firewall.

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