One workaround is to delay start Spooler service after you log on to Windows, thus preventing the program to print at startup :- Open Start Menu > Run, type services.msc and If your print spooler is trying to reach remote IP's at suspicious times (like mine was), I'm willing to guess it's not a print queue.... Be careful. try it.
rmann 99% CPU resources were being occupied, we deleted the Office Image Writer print jobs and went back down to 1-2%, problem solved. I plugged it back in and the cpu use instantly went back to normal. What does this mean? But it was using 98-99% of my 2.5g cpu.
If spoolsv.exe is located in a subfolder of C:\Windows, the security rating is 51% dangerous. I fixed the source of the problem which was the old DBASE program printing to a good printer at a now non-existent printer port wolfi remowe windows imige writer from printers But it was using 98-99% of my 2.5g cpu.
my initial analasys shows that spoolsv.exe is using about 7 meg with no visable print documents or files in the spool folder. delete all files in folder C:\WINDOWS\System32\Spool\Printers such as '000x0.SHD or 000x0.SPL'. 4. Search the file and look at its properties. I am doing more research to see why this can happen.
Thanks for the people who put their experience on this site first. c:\windows\system32\spool\PRINTERS - in Windows Vista, XP, 98/95/MEor c:\winnt\system32\spool\PRINTERS - in Windows NT\2000 Delete all the files in the Printers folder. See also: Link Dystaxia unaware of the true reason why my laptop has been slowed to 10 minutes per operation, "spoolsv.exe" persists through my anti-virus scans and stops normal operation in http://www.exe-error-fixes.com/deal-high-cpu-usage-spoolsvexe-problem/ 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.
My recommendations is to scan that file for anything Andy i don't have any print jobs... Click on EVERY printer you have listed and delete the pending jobs. It seems that it was infectd with some virus or spyware but my anitiviurs & spyware didn't tell me that it was infected. 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
- Carlsen manage the printers on local pc/network nut if i dont't use a printer..
- If spoolsv.exe is located in the C:\Windows folder, the security rating is 74% dangerous.
- Vic Solution for XP users with High CPU Usage in Spoolsv.exe See also: Link ND spoolsv.exe hogging 99% of cpu - the fix.
Delete the document in the print queue of Microsoft Office Document Image Writer, and the problem will be solved. http://www.file.net/process/spoolsv.exe.html I've been involved in tech support roles for more than 15 years and understand the pains and frustrations associated with broken computers. Go joe. Didn't even know something was stuck in there.
I followed Jobrien's advice and deleted the jobs in the imae writer queue. Solution: disable print sharing! spud happened to me. 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
My recommendations is to scan that file for anything Andy i don't have any print jobs... When not default it is fine. This website may receive compensation for some of the recommendations we make on some products. Close task manager.
Ross try to open Control Panel Printer and Scanner and try to open Microsoft Image Writer and delete all tasks. Only the trojan process is dangerous. From all the comments i have read it seems i have had a virus type.
spoolsv.exe and Tcpsvcs.exe B Even when I kept clicking Block Always, my Norton Internet Security would keep popping up a warning that Microsoft Printer Spooler Service was trying to access the
I've had the same problem with file "spoolsv.exe" blocking all my CPU. Austin Krause | August 6, 2012 in How-To You’re probably reading this because you found spoolsv.exe running on your computer, and you’d like to know what it is. The article advised to 1. jkj It does not put too much load on CPU but I noticed that it spoolsv.exe is trying to access internet on address 126.96.36.199.
Turned printer on and off and usage goes down to 0%. Ben If it's so innocent, why would a print spooler need to acces the internet, for crying out loud?! Back to top #6 Romeo29 Romeo29 Learning To Bleep BC Advisor 3,194 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Telling Location:127.0.0.1 Local time:05:26 PM Posted 02 December 2009 - 10:07 PM You may have Pretty much a valid file.
I renamed it to spoolsv0.exe and the problem went away. Many of the tasks are required for performing specific operations on your machine and removing them may cause your program or entire computer to malfunction or reboot. 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. Under normal circumstances, spoolsv.exe is a process belonging to the Windows Print Spooler Service.
Nothing was in my printer queue. This piece of malware can be responsible for 100% CPU usage and for a whole load of other errors that you may be experiencing. gooza I just had SPOOLSV.EXE taking up most of my cpu. In other cases, spoolsv.exe is a virus, spyware, trojan or worm!
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Whew! That's bad enough, but it's even worse if you don't know what runs that process and how to fix the high CPU usage. Tommy It *could* be a backdoor for hackers. Joe In my case this also was using 95% of CPU, just because there was a waiting job for a phantom Image Writer!
Bumbaclaat I think it is of no help to show statistics that who thinks what? No, it is not. Thanks.