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#1 Esther

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Posted 22 June 2005 - 03:32 AM

Hi
In proccess on my computer i have 5 systems 32/svchost.exe?
i have tried to deleat them but they just come back.
do i need them?
And in my start up i have Kernal fault check which i have not seen before..do i need this?
Also my computer keeps crashing and says send error report?
thanks for your help.
Esther.

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#2 stidyup

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Posted 22 June 2005 - 07:44 AM

Send the error reports as this may give you the solution to your problem.

I have svchost.exe running several times on my system so it's normal, but if you think it's a problem post a Hijackthis log. Read about svchost.exe here

If you think you may be infected post a Hijackthis log here.

How to submit a log

Download Hijackthis

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Posted 22 June 2005 - 09:39 AM

Five instances of svchost.exe is normal. These are generic processes necessary to run your computer and if you delete them, you're toast.

Some malware can use the svchost for its own nefarious purposes, but you shouldn't be trying to delete the files.




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