CHRISTINE MASTERS asked on January 22, 2013. Status: Answered & Closed.
Spoolsv.exe Process Running All The Time And Wasting 50% CPU
» I've found that spoolsv.exe is accorded to printing. When this process is killed or service Printing cache/buffor is stopped, printing is impossible. I tried to switch automatic initialization to manual (in services.msc), but this process doesn't start even I ask any application to print. spoolsv.exe takes all power of one core from mu CPU.
One of the most common causes of high CPU usage is the use of too many computer applications at one time. This often occurs when an individual is multitasking on his computer. For example, a user may choose to surf the Internet, listen to music, and run a scan for viruses at the same time. Sometimes a person will even attempt to perform word processing tasks while running these other applications and have background programs enabled to check for updates to software. While a computer user may be able to accomplish all of these things at once, having so many applications running can lead to high CPU usage.
In some cases, harmful computer software, referred to as malware, is at fault for high CPUusage. Malware can include viruses(Worm:Win32/Vobfus.DE, for example); spyware, which collects information from a person's computer; and adware, which shows the computer user advertisements. These programs are often at fault when a person is dealing with frequent pop-up ads or notices that his browser is directed to a page he hasn't selected.
After being cleaned by the anti malware software, your system has become messed up in the .exe file system, some .dll files can't be found when you start a program or even the system. To solve this kind of issue, DLL Suite is created with one of its special tool called "Fix EXE Virus", which is specially targeted to fix virus infection problems, such as slow PC performance and high cpu usage.
And you can download the registry editor by clicking MS Tools menu of DLL Suite to download Registry Editor for free. And then do registry cleaning.
NANCY POLK replied on January 28, 2013
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