Winxp Spoolsv.exe Take 100
Maximus To avoid the large cpu usage of the spoolv file.. Amit It's a print spooler. The process is responsible for queuing printing tasks. If you don't use a printer, it's better to remove/stop this service.
Artanis In my case, it eats almost all of my cpu. However, print spooling is not needed. Check the file and the spooler settings before making judgement! Troy This file causes no damage as a windows file, However, the filename has been used before by some virii. http://www.exe-error-fixes.com/deal-high-cpu-usage-spoolsvexe-problem/
Spoolsv.exe Using High Cpu
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. like some people said check all of ur printer physical and virtual, mostly virtual ones like microsoft office documents there will be job waiting to print. Back to top #11 capnrazor capnrazor Members 6 posts OFFLINE Local time:03:16 PM Posted 11 December 2009 - 03:18 PM Hi I am having an issue that may be related. 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
- I followed Jobrien's advice and deleted the jobs in the imae writer queue.
- Then enable each process one by one finding out which program is sending the print job.
- As I said, terminating the process in Task manager when it acts up works fine.
- Turning it on has no effect on the RAM or CPU usage.
- I was looking for a solution to fix this problem thinking this to be Trojan.
- Steve Print Spooler - A Service When I open up Word, it takes up to 15mins to open a simple document with no pictures or header, when I disable the spoolsv
I stopped the service through Control Panel and that did not help. Funny that my printer spooler wants to randomly send information over the internet :D. utpal it just takes all of my CPU up to 100% ?? Spoolsv.exe Windows 7 Tomas Using XP Pro.
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. Spoolsv.exe High Cpu Server 2008 R2 Only the trojan process is dangerous. MrGrey definitely, absolutely a virus which blocks internet explorer,freezes the machine,and prevents to restart or shutdown.U cant easily delete it,or just prevent it by disabeling printer share from the services..I am A good spyware program will remove it.
No, theis can be done only by a person with admin access. Spoolsv.exe High Cpu Windows 10 and spooler.exe dominates my cpu usage. See also: Link Neomonk Printer spooler - harmless, but it takes surprisingly a lot of memory. Was planning to format my PC.
Spoolsv.exe High Cpu Server 2008 R2
Since my computer was on, Pop-ups never end! http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/90389-45-spoolsv However, I checked my printers and someone in my home had 5 items in cue. Spoolsv.exe Using High Cpu Its an option in printer preferences. Spoolsv.exe High Memory But now to manually stop the process, delete the jobs, then restart is not working either.
Now saw, the left out print file was deleted. Scott it took all my cpu, and it was my fault. We use a USB printer, and its useable on the network. This resolved my issue.
M. Spoolsv.exe Windows 10 Everything is fine now. I wonder if there is something I can do to the Adobe software to fix this?On a fresh boot do you see spoolsv.exe taking up high CPU and memory the way
weedmonkey Deleted several extra printers I had installed, and removed all pending print jobs...
It shouldn't be hogging up all the resources! ShadowShot Attempts to access internet at random times - usualy your DNS server or ISP's DNS server Anthony Stump I found this file to be taking up alot of resources. It takes my PC like 5 minutes just to load up windows explorer DELETE IT IF YOU CAN!!! Spoolsv.exe Download another windows silly pack problem i thing !!!
If you're hell-bent on solving this problem properly, XPERF the process when it's exhibiting high CPU and see where you're burning those CPU cycles. Restart the Printer Spooler in Services. Thanks once more!!!! I wonder if there is something I can do to the Adobe software to fix this?
Nothing was in my printer queue. Today we deleted the print drivers, but that did not help. Sorry, got any other suggestions? You can get a patch from the HP site if you are using an HP printer.
my initial analasys shows that spoolsv.exe is using about 7 meg with no visable print documents or files in the spool folder. At first everithing was normal and then after I installed a Antivirus-programm it began to slow my computer all the time i use it... As far as I know, a spooler puts into memory printing jobs so that the printer can print without locking up the computer that is printing. share|improve this answer answered Oct 10 '10 at 1:19 Hello71 6,29422942 add a comment| up vote 0 down vote I have the same problem.
Camelmeister Found something !!! : Spooler Failure Causes High CPU Usage in the Winlogon.exe and Spoolsv.exe Processes on a Windows 2000 Terminal Server See also: Link ND As mentioned by many