If you need a full and complete solution, Method 1, 2 and 3 can be your best shot and you can give any one of them for a try now. The best I can do now is keep manually stopping the process every time it crops up again every few minutes. Disable Superfetch and Windows services Method 3. I am anxious to see what others have tried. Over the years you'll find that just eeking the minimum system requirements leads to poor performance.
After closing the service, wait for sometimes and check your system stability. Also, Make Sure the Load system services and Use original boot configuration is checked. Double click on it, Change the Startup Type Disable and click on stop next to service status. And so try to disable the service, and recheck if the error persists. On the left side, you can see the option Change Settings.
Temporarily Disable Automatic updates As discussed this Problem is related to windows modules installer worker TrustedInstaller and Windows Update wuauserv service. Virus scanners aren't good at picking up malware. You may not have to try them all. It would just sit there searching for an hour and never find an update. The fake one may not be a virus, but any software impersonating a Windows executable is probably up to no good. You can try deleting the contents of this folder to see if it fixes Windows Update.
My computer was running very slowly. Note to self - next time try just applying 1 fix from the first list Microsoft Update presents, and remember to start the scan early in the morning to avoid late working! Wait until 100% complete the scanning process. Update the Windows Update Client to the latest version. Had Skype on my box, but never use and thought it wasn't running. Well, I have one computer running linux, I guess this one will be too. So, I tried common fixes found the error code 0x80070005 not fixed , then and finally a sort of handmade fix running a batch file to reset the Windows update stopping services, unregistering then re-registering some objects etc.
But before you go ahead with this method, make sure that you have backed up all your important data stores on the system. This described the issue exactly, and installing this update solved the issue! After That Simply Restart windows and check 100% Disk usage problem Gone? Here on Services window look for service named windows modules installer worker. Come and have a try at now! I have been struggling with this issue it seems like forever since i bought a used computer. Autant vous le dire, c'est la M E R D E. Turning it back to Basic will lower the disk usage. As there were some critical work this server was needing to do, I temporarily disabled this service so staff could work.
When I install these new Windows 7 updates, and shut down the computer, Windows won't launch. No error message in Event viewer. I finally just kept them powered on, disabled sleep mode, enable auto updates, rebooted when asked and let them continue to auto update at their leisure. Type mscongfig in the search programs and files box. I googled for the error, too, and I agree with you.
I believe that he only helped me to solve it. I tried it the first time without clearing my update history. Since then, I haven't had any more problems and my computer is running fine now. For technical support inquiries, Dennis can be reached via Live chat online this site using the Zopim Chat service currently located at the bottom left of the screen ; optionally, you can contact Dennis through the website. Today I tried a file search for svchost. On the next screen, you will notice few options on the left sidebar, click Change Security and Maintenance settings. Step 4: Click on Save changes option to apply the changes made.
Got a Computer Question or Problem? The wife's computer is running smoothly again and she's not mad at me. I''ve been having a really strange problem with my Windows 7 Machine. I believe that he only helped me to solve it. If you are unable to get the right software but suspect it to be a recent software activity, you can run the System Restore utility to resolve this problem. I agree that just disabling the service is a band aid temporary fix. I also ran the Windows Update Agent file to make sure that I was running the latest version of Windows Update. Go to task manager and right-click on the svchost.
Go to Services tab, From there, Mark Hide all Microsoft services. Then press start button just like for switching on the laptop and hold the button for 10-15 seconds. Find: ClearPageFileAtShutDown and set its value to 1; 4. In that case I suggest you refer to my for a possible solution; if you are really stuck with this issue you can for additional support. Windows Update sometimes can use a lot of computer resources to search for updates; therefore the wuauserv service slows down your computer. Since then, I haven't had any more problems and my computer is running fine now. Someone from Microsft suggested a new, fresh install of Windows 7.
If you recently installed the update 2506143 or update 2506146 on the computer,. I reinstalled Windows, all the updates, then tried to install Office 2003. I don't say that the problem faced by you is also like mine because this Problem can be due to other reasons as well. Try to close the identified service whenever you feel the system performance was affected. Check System File Corruption Corrupted System files cause Different Problems on a windows computer.