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I would recommend MSE for your antivirus. Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? thanks. Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top jd2066 Posts: 3814 This post has been reported. http://gbnetvideo.net/high-cpu/task-manager-high-cpu-usage-windows-10.html

In the task manager, under 'processes', it indicates that there are FOUR INSTANCES of internet explorer running, but I only have one window open (with one tab). In the file name box paste in C:\Users\santo\AppData\Local\Temp\csrss.bat and click open. 5. Bernardus View Public Profile Find More Posts by Bernardus 07 Feb 2013 #4 DavidE Multi-Boot W7_Pro_x64 W8.1_Pro_x64 W10_Pro_x64 6,183 posts NC, USA Quote: Originally Posted by Bernardus The time now is 23:57. check my site

Cmd.exe *32 Task Manager

That is normal. -- Jon Better to ask the way than go astray Jon, Dec 10, 2006 #2 Advertisements Guest Guest "Jon" wrote: > > > "Carbonated" <> wrote in But you'll probably need to do a more thorough examination of your system, for which it would be simplest to run a virus or malware scanner. Right click on it and choose: New / Folder.

Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top jd2066 Posts: 3814 This post has been reported. @whs: In one of Santo's posts above it said "I did a complete scan http://www.beyondlogic.org/consulting/proc...processutil.htm ========================= Go to the link below and download the trial version of SpySweeper: SpySweeper http://www.webroot.com/consumer/products/spysweeper/index.html?acode=af1&rc=4129&ac=tsg * Click the Free Trial link under "SpySweeper" to download the program. * Install it. Loading... Cmd.exe Windows Command Processor (32 Bit) Cmd.exe is known as MS-DOS or Command Prompt, which is located in Programs Accessories.

If you can't find it in the Registry, then try MSConfig to search 'Win.ini', 'System.ini', and 'Autoexec (bat and .nt). Cmd.exe High Memory Usage When all else fails, run HijackThis and post your log in one of the specialty forums listed at the link above (not here, please). DavidDavid http://blogs.msdn.com/b/dbrowne/ Marked as answer by shanjs Thursday, August 22, 2013 6:38 AM Thursday, August 22, 2013 3:51 AM Reply | Quote All replies 0 Sign in to vote Profiler.exe (a Probably re-name it to keep from accidentally executing it again!

Now that we are "friends" please call me Gary.If you would allow me to call you by your first name I would prefer to do that. ===================================================Ground Rules:First, I would like Windows Command Processor Virus PLEASE LET ME KNOW WHAT INFO YOU NEED FROM ME! I've tried looking on here for some answers and even tried some of the solutions like: "Resolve Windows Corruptions: Run chkdsk /f. It appears the csrss.bat batch file is calling itself over and over again in an infinite loop.

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The content you requested has been removed. why not try these out Try opening Windows Explorer and opening the folder C:\Recycler\Recycler and reply back with what is in there. Cmd.exe *32 Task Manager Now open C:\Recycler in Windows Explorer and delete the Recycler subfolder. Windows Command Processor High Cpu Usage Are you looking for the solution to your computer problem?

Jackie waldrop it is the same thing as command prompt... Learning resources Microsoft Virtual Academy Channel 9 MSDN Magazine Community Forums Blogs Codeplex Support Self support Programs BizSpark (for startups) Microsoft Imagine (for students) United States (English) Newsletter Privacy & cookies Advertisement Recent Posts Minor problems with thre browsers Couriant replied Dec 27, 2016 at 11:52 PM Win 7 Desktop PC Won't Connect... Also delete the csrss.bat file. Cscript.exe Using High Cpu Windows 7

It causes more problems than it helps. Any solutions are welcome. I have scanned with malwarebytes antimalware and eset online scannar and found no virus. his comment is here Error code 1603.

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I'll then see if the contents have a clue to what it is.

I have begun to suspect that the "cmd.exe" is corrupt or a virus is hiding really well on my computer. bman9089 this file about ms-dos in windows in run amarkamaj (further information) ms-dos command prompt Phillip_2005 it keeps popping up everytime the internet is connected, after Windows 7: cmd.exe high CPU Page 1 of 2 1 2 > 07 Feb 2013 #1 Bernardus Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate 64-bits 7601 Multiprocessor Free Service Pack 1 217 posts Console Window Host Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.

But it is a tool like any other, and can be used by malware to execute malicious commands. I have more than one cmd.exe (Windows Command Processor) running in Task manager Processes. Unfortunately, there are many people waiting to be assisted and not enough of us at BleepingComputer to go around. Make a suggestion Dev centers Windows Office Visual Studio Microsoft Azure More...

MFDnNC, Jun 25, 2006 #9 Rich-M Joined: May 3, 2006 Messages: 22,417 Post removed by flrman1. After doing so my computer started running smoothly again (now 90% is under the "system idle process" which I've been informed is how much CPU on the computer is free). Should i delete those two files? thanks.

Similar Threads Re: Explorer.exe high CPU usage (hotfix problem?) djs, Aug 24, 2003, in forum: Windows XP General Replies: 8 Views: 346 Yoelb Sep 17, 2003 cpuidle.exe keeps running at realy So this rules out hardware issues. 2. It did reduce disk activity significantly, but there are still occassions where video help | post reply | read more Microsoft word - winword.exe using high cpu when it just idle I suppose Santo could run a scan with Housecall and Spybot just to be sure but even then it's hard to say as new malware comes out all the time that

I can open Windows in safe mode but can't do much else. If you don't remove the registry entries that trigger the virus in to life, you will be simply removing it temporarily until the next start up. ---------------------------------------- This could also help. I would have used RegCure or Kaspersky hoping they would find it. To learn more and to read the lawsuit, click here.

The file is correctly signed so probably not a virus. EricIsGood, Jul 2, 2010 #2 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Reports: · Posted 8 years ago Top whs Posts: 17584 This post has been reported.

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