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Slow Processing , Impossible to play games or even acces the internet while it's running . Deleted the print jobs and CPU usages returned to normal.. Working on friends PC - Malware, need assistance please RSIT Logs! Worked instantly for me. check over here
I allowed it to run. Groove Printer spooler NORIK This has no effect on you pc it you are running a good pc. Deleted the file, and it's good to see the 'connected to the internet' icon not continuously lit up. (yeah, go dialup!!) Collins Doesn't work well with lexmark printers and adobe version Looks like someone got their patches messed up.
My Mcafee VirusScan just notified me that it had changed since I accessed the internet thru dial up. tom I deleted all Image writer print jobs and still had this problem. After removing it the cpu was normal. Alfred my pc crashed twice then after a microsoft update my pc said that spoolsv.exe had changed and wanted to get on the internet..
- I had a friend who's computer kept freezing and when I checked the processes I found that spoolsv.exe was hogging the proccessor.
- Dumi I have fixed this problem a few times myself.
- Think my computer may be infected.
- hacker My wife activated the MS Office60 day trial version on a brand New HP Athlon 3200+ (hardly a slow computer as suggested) and it loaded MS Office Image Writer (as
- I had 100% utilisation Only after printing.
- Simone W Had same 98% usage of CPU and like others it was a document stuck in the documents image writer.
- The spooler.exe is a virus, even symantec finds it as a virus.
- Drove me crazy... 3 stuck on Imagewriter..
- But then I read a few of these threaded articles and then went to my printer status window and found that indeed 1 had 4 print job in queue for the
Nick Its cloging my system and i dotn even have a printer! For now i have put it in Quarantine Lindsay The only thing I wold like to know is why a "spooler" has to access the internet? Just check printers and faxes in the control panel and see if your system is detecting your printer. it worked!
Working on it It causes alot of problem for something that's quick to dort out when you know what to do Malcolm Gilks running with no problems so far. This resolved my issue. Now saw, the left out print file was deleted. and spooler.exe dominates my cpu usage.
I searched my hard drive for instances of this. Deleted the job and all was well. Mit Hilfe dieser automatischen Auswertung soll der Benutzer bei der Auswertung unterstützt werden. Jeff This file is commonly for windows print jobs, but it CAN be a trojan infected file that opens back door so kill it in task manager and if u need
Xoy If you end up with 99% CPU usage delete the contents of C:\WINDOWS\system32\spool\PRINTERS See also: Link Joel it is very easy to fix i found the solution from the following I found 4. 2 of them were windows files (SYSTEM 32 and a SERVICE PACK), but the other two were a bit out of the ordinary. It was due to few pending print jobs in a printer. If your task manager shows the normal processes, except they dont have a user name next to them, this could be the problem...
Patty In my case there were files waiting in the MS image writer in the print queue. check my blog Probems (HDDLow, System Tool) Virus Help Please. And if it consumes alot off cpu then you are doing something wrong with your pc ghezus I had this taking up 98% of CPU and it turned out that there I have WIN XP and it took more than 90% of my CPU.
As suggested elsewhere here, to delete this last print job, I had to go to Start Control Panel Administrative Tools Serrvices and then selected "Print Spooler" to STOP it. I wasn't trying to do File Transfers or Print Sharing, so I didn't need for it to access the Internet. Problem fixed. this content Delete that doc and everything is back to normal.
X13 This "spoolsv.exe" program does nothing to my computer. HJT Log Trojan that mcafee detected and is advising me that isn't able to delete. Help...
Windows will not let you delete it so you will have to over write it from your Reinstallation CD or copy from another computer service pack 2 will not work on
bluescreen If spoolsv.exe is in the windows/syste32 folder all is well but if it is somewhere else (as in my case) it caused problems. BAH! strebor I'm experiencing the same as Johnny. Turned printer on and off and usage goes down to 0%.
But it is also a valid Windows file. spud happened to me. If it is getting all cpu resources, probably you have a printers/fax configuration problem. have a peek at these guys Following the advice of others, I checked my Printers settings, found the MSO Image Writer, right-clicked and cancelled all print jobs.
There are several viruses that call themselves SPOOLSV.EXE in order to confuse the infectee. now my cpu isnt running at 100 percent now, and my printer now works. My AccountSearchMapsYouTubePlayNewsGmailDriveCalendarGoogle+TranslatePhotosMoreShoppingWalletFinanceDocsBooksBloggerContactsHangoutsKeepEven more from GoogleSign inHidden fieldsSearch for groups or messages Security Task Manager Windows Processes Security Task Manager What is spoolsv.exe? Trojan found on system security shield Security Shield I don't think virus was completely removed Help!
I would leave the computer for a couple of hours as i realised that it was working (fast) but it was doing everything so slow because of it. It seems that it was infectd with some virus or spyware but my anitiviurs & spyware didn't tell me that it was infected. jbdiver increases cpu space to 99% if not terminated. the best way to terminate is to press Ctrl + Alt + Delete then click the Processes button and click on "Spoolsv .exe" click "end process" will make you computer run
If you are in a network, one printer could have been installed not properly. My solution: Task Mgr end-task it, run spoolsv.exe again and wait 30 seconds to resume Adobe/other file preview/print. thus it is not a virus, but a open door that hackers and viruses use to access your computer See also: Link Dustin I don't know anything about this file. z Here is a BAT file 1st line (net stop spooler) 2nd line (del /q %systemroot%\system32\spool\printers\*.*) 3rd line (net start spooler ) JOE Definitely a virus, use http://housecall.trendmicro.com/housecall/start_corp.asp to scan it
As Distaxia and Tommy finally concluded : Go to the control panel for printer and faxes and cancel the pending jobs. If this is the case with you, then fine (and lucky). Spooler is using over 50+ percent of CPU time and there are no print jobs waiting to be spooled. Connection timed out Trojan Horse infection Something called Security Shield wreaking havoc Hijack This report (moved from Vista) System Tool BSoD Slow computer--HJT file Something is REALLY wrong - explorer.exe won't
Generated Wed, 08 Mar 2017 05:39:15 GMT by s_hv1055 (squid/3.5.23) ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while trying to retrieve the URL: http://0.0.0.10/ Connection All comments about spoolsv.exe: Printer Spooler Service Alex It keeps taking up my entire CPU, clogging the system. You can get a patch from the HP site if you are using an HP printer. AvolA This is defenitly not a virus when you start windows, but there are viruses that attach, keep a close eye on it, and keep it clean, other than that, you
In order to block its internet access, I followed these steps: Open Norton Internet Security, click Personal Firewall, click Configure, click Programs, scroll to Microsoft Printer Spooler Service, make sure that but it still comes back chandan spooler.exe and spoolsv.exe are not the same. Lovethe Recently Installed CA, AV& ETrust Firewall Apps Whenever I attempt to go online the software asks ERROR The requested URL could not be retrieved The following error was encountered while