Hight CPU usage from svchost.exe TC460 AE3

Hi there
We are curentlly experiencing hight CPU usage on one of TC460 AE3 build 7-3-200818 that we have. Window 7
Just getting in a session will generate the following usage on Idle (No streaming- No recording - No DDR play back)
CPU: 56 %
Has a result the fan are running like crasy making a lot of noise.

Task manager show that most of the ressource are grab by svchost.exe
Anyone have experience the same problem.
Any solution.

PS New thermal paste was applied to the motherboard request by Newtek Tech support.

Thanks
 
Hi there
We are curentlly experiencing hight CPU usage on one of TC460 AE3 build 7-3-200818 that we have. Window 7
Just getting in a session will generate the following usage on Idle (No streaming- No recording - No DDR play back)
CPU: 56 %
Has a result the fan are running like crasy making a lot of noise.

Task manager show that most of the ressource are grab by svchost.exe
Anyone have experience the same problem.
Any solution.

PS New thermal paste was applied to the motherboard request by Newtek Tech support.

Thanks
For a PC, it's pretty unusual for fans being really loud (@ 100%) with the CPU only at 56%. But that 56% could be due to the CPU being throttled down due to overheating. The overheating could be due to things like poor thermal paste application, poor case air flow (poor case design and/or too much dust accumulation and/or case installed into a space that's too confined) or a runaway process spiking the CPU. You also could have one or more failed fans in the case (or on the CPU), which could make the remaining working fans work harder.

I've no idea what's causing the problem, but I can share some info on how you can get more useful info on the potential cause.

Typically, Windows Task Manager provides no useful details on what each svhost.exe process is actually doing. This makes troubleshooting issues like yours almost impossible. But there is an easy way to get some useful svchost details. This article provides a lot of good info and methods you can use:

https://techcommunity.microsoft.com...-with-svchost-exe-troubleshooting/ba-p/372644

For example, for some general details on what each svchost.exe process is doing, open a CMD window and enter this command:

tasklist /SVC /FI "IMAGENAME eq svchost.exe"

A simpler form of the command that lists the info for all services:

tasklist /SVC

In your case, you should first review processes in Task Manager and make note of the PID (process ID number) for each (svchost) process consuming a lot of CPU. Then run the tasklist command & look at its listing for the PID numbers you noted.

This will allow you to identify what is actually consuming too much CPU and perhaps give Newtek support more accurate info on what is going on. Or, you might find the issue due to some Windows oddity which Newtek support could provide some advice on... or you could address yourself via some further research on the web.
 
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