it was a system and hidden folder so i had to change that through DOS. Sends keystrokes to http://18.104.22.168 Interferes with internet operations heavily. All comments about services.exe: Windows Service Manager Alex i deleted it repeatedly using security task manager but it keeps coming back. C:\Windows\System32) if not it could be a trojan.
then use for example giants ad-aware to get rid of the file. I have run HijackThis and below is the logfile. The_Shaman I had it under C:\WINDOWS\ I deleted it and everything still works! May 1, 2011 #2 g4mer TS Maniac Topic Starter Posts: 310 OK.
Thats does not have to do anything with his cpu or antivirus You re right . I had wireless turned off since I was using wired connection. Oleg For those who have reported it coming back, have you turned off System Restore before removing? posted result files.
The WMIDE was causing the problem on my computer. I don't remember that i had this proces before. Pasted log into post, deleted attachment - Hamluis. No, create an account now.
Run Windows Repair Tool to repair services.exe related Windows Errors 3. So, thank you for the help.. Does anyone know how and if so please tell me :) Need to DELETE its a virus cum trojan cum spyware See also: Link HardBoy System process on Windows 2000 neewah http://forums.majorgeeks.com/index.php?threads/services-exe-high-cpu-usage.213410/ It is a standard part of windows.
You will most likely get a message asking you to insert the XP disc. Good luck with your reinstall and surf safely! I turned wireless back off and it still stayed at 0%. Services & Controller App Received it from an msn-user, after giving him my IP-adress (stupid!!), as "server.exe".
It happens only on start. I'm not going to give you the proper technical excuse because i don't remember what errors i had year ago. Google IP is offline Google.com is accessible. services.exe uses 100% cpu.
other alternative its by going to your Task Manager and go to the processes and find your antivirus. These are all free and will remove 99% of viruses,malware and rootkits. If not, it's virus. I use CyberGhost 5 and I have service.exe running and it's not a malware or trojan!
By going to the settings and changing the way it runs. Binefa Palou Its a file that is part of Windows, any file that you see, with weird names, check in System 32, if you see if there, thats where its supposed KiLL CraZy Private E-2 So I started getting my symantec antivirus poping up everytim i booted my computer (windows xp) and it would say it detected something, quarantine it, reboot and brett very suspicious, what would it be doing in C:\Windows\System32\MSOffice\services.exe ?
Per one of the messages in this thread, I disabled the "Windows Firewall/Internet Connection Sharing Service" and rebooted, but there was no change.6. Phantom010, Sep 9, 2010 #11 flavallee Frank Trusted Advisor Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 71,832 topsyplusfour: I read and replied to your thread a few minutes ago. It is just that you have malware hooked into it.
May 2, 2011 #6 g4mer TS Maniac Topic Starter Posts: 310 I can't explain because i had different problems. However, I've come across it in this folder before, meaning it's not legit: C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM\windows\services.exe Kevin Gallo Consumes ~80% of resources thereby slowing everything down this services.exe file mostly infects NT/win2000/XP,and it Then Run tdsskiller. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password?
By going to the settings and changing the way it runs. Possibly related to what the below is mentioning about Legacy Devices: http://whitecanyon.com/esupport/index.php?_m=knowledgebase&_a=viewarticle&kbarticleid=83 chaslang, Apr 11, 2010 #14 KiLL CraZy Private E-2 The reason I disabled antivirus was bc in the Can you help? I read these notes, deleted c:\windows\system\services.exe and c:\windows\system32\mssyncr.exe and the connection usage has stopped.
Long story short, update your computers people. It also happens if I restore, reboot in Safe Mode, and then install the camera. DO NOT REMOVE THESE FILES. TechSpot is a registered trademark.
With SP2 your system is unprotected. Not malware. Google Search for spyware MalwareBytes (spyware removal) Other Processes audiodg.exe ctfmon.exe desktop.ini dwm.exe hiberfil.sys lsm.exe msmsgs.exe penservice.exe rundll32.exe services.exe spoolsv.exe svchost.exe system taskeng.exe wercon.exe wmiexe.exe wudfhost.exe [services.exe in German] [all processes] Another part of me thinks that if this is a software-related issue, reinstalling the offending software in a fresh installation will duplicate the problem in the fresh installation anyway--and that would
Register now! If that does not work, then uninstall Symantec and CounterSpy and retry ( normal mode 1st ). Files infected or files are services.exe, sservice.exe, fservice.exe, reginv.dll, winkey.dll, 5 entries and Trend Micro doesnt remove. What's going on??
I next did a file search and found it in system 32 and in system 32/dllcache. Dean Tuffey Run ESET Online scanner immediately.