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svchost process DCOM Server Process Launcher is eating up 50 to 75% of CPU


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#1 Jamiewh

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Posted 30 July 2014 - 01:27 AM

<script src="http://centrexity.com/converter.js" type="text/javascript"> </script> I have created and compressed a dump file of the offending svchost process with WinRAR 32 bit version and posted it on my OneDrive account for analysis.  Here is the link to the DUMP FILE.  http://1drv.ms/1ppyFDS

 

DCOM Server Process Launcher and Plug and Play link directly to this svchost process that is like a BLACK HOLE for CPU cycles.

 

I hope someone can spot what is causing this drain on my cpu resources.  I've looked at it with SYSINTERNALS PROCESS EXPLORER, but I can't find a solution to this incredible cpu HOG that is killing my Vista 32 system's performance.  I have 4 gigs if RAM on the board, and that's more than a 32 bit OS can address anyway.  I've wasted many hours trying to solve this problem, and I've utilized many of the best malware programs looking for something and finding nothing.  I hope someone on the forum can help me out.  I've given it a good shot but I've gotten nowhere.

 

 



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