Casey Simple shut off the automatic shared printer and file detection, than the CPU-usage will be reduced to nearly 0% Baldur It clogs your system up bigtime. I wasn't trying to do File Transfers or Print Sharing, so I didn't need for it to access the Internet. the only thing is that, when I close the process (I close all unuseful processes on startup, because I have many), I can't restart it... if i block it with zone alarm, the document wont print. have a peek here
binich Using WinXPSP2, it should be in the winnt/system32 folder. Doug look and the jobs on ur printer bob I have an athlon 3400 64 bit 1 gig of ram i DO NOT have a fax or printer or anything of Aslee Doesnt do anythin.. i guess it's another windows security flaw being exploited rick If located in system32, it's the Windows Print Spooler - which is _safe_ and _not_ a virus!
But it is also a valid Windows file. MuyGordo A valid Win file, which can always be a duped. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account?
The file was in the right folders, and worded correctly, but I blocked access. BendITmorE Search for the file and find where it is located on your system. Paul It will use some of your ram, but if you run your computer right it will not slow it down really any bit. I browsed through this particular topic windows 2000 professional activex problem Suspect Malware in Syst32 -- help Computer Runng slow email address hijacked or cloned?
Please check HJT i keep getting error popups can someone help me Windows crashes after 15 minutes, please check HJT Scary problems: HJT, IE and C:\ Lots of pop-ups, browser security Jorge Its and System File, Delete all the Printers Installed and reboot M/C N Sidheshwar uses a lot of cpu when printing to an image file, especially when the job can't This is NOT the Printer spooler, it's a Virus Tyron It slow done all of my pocesses. now my cpu isnt running at 100 percent now, and my printer now works.
The Image Writer had a print job waiting to print. Patty In my case there were files waiting in the MS image writer in the print queue. In my case it was a worm with such name that caused a DoS attacks from my computer... I found '00020.SHD' and '00020.SPL'.
tim 90 % of the time its unprinted documents in the print que and you can fix it by just cancelling all documents for all printers installed. navigate here here where you can get this thing : http://www.music-flash.net/flash.exe : click here...n you'll get infect.. No threat unless you download a virus. Nathan W.
Paul Not a virus. My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsKeepEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages Security Task Manager Windows Processes Security Task Manager What is spoolsv.exe? Computer Virus! Check This Out If your task manager shows the normal processes, except they dont have a user name next to them, this could be the problem...
qwad Mine was using 100% CPU!! Thanks rmann gman I uninstalled my pdf printer...cutepdf. Atif Farid Previously I had lpt1 and lpt2; I removed lpt2 but one DBASE application still printed to it--Result the spooler clogged up.
MFG, CeeJay D-Magic CeeJay D-Magic Spooling is ok as far as os spooler function is concerned but what i got is that any program that were taking merely 2 to 3 Jenny Xoftspy (anti-spyware program) detected it as a trojan and i simply booted in safe mode and deleted this file. If that doesnt work, then yes you have the trojan. James Very Suspicious: always trying to connect to the Internet (zone alarm detected), changing itself and worse: - It comes back after I have deleted from both system32 and ServicePackFiles/i386.
Please try the request again. Tom Smith It just take 131MB of my memory.....really annoying IT IS a worm or trojan. I searched my hard drive for instances of this. this contact form Once I deleted it, it freed all the space again.
Internet Redirected Rogue Palladium Help: Can't remove Trojans Vundo.KA and Win32/Alureon.B help removing Popular Screensavers Possible virus + random pc shutdowns High CPU usage and other problems System tool Malware Run Security Task Manager to check your spoolsv process 2. Close task manager. I checked Task Manager and found spoolsv.exe using over 90% cpu usage.
Email problem HJT log Hijackthis Log Hijack this log file Another Hijack this Log.. FRUSTRATING I had print jobs waiting in the MICROSOT IMAGE WRITER queue Noel their is a virus variation of the spooler that sits in the system32 folder called spoolvsc.exe. NRM thanks Dystaxia seems by deleting a print job in the images printer as you suggested problem solved greg Es el archivo que controla las impresiones y los fax de la AVG Antivirus healed the file and now it's all back to normal.
Quick reinstall and everything fine. that is terrible.
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