Bumbaclaat I think it is of no help to show statistics that who thinks what? The software has no file description. It shouldn't need to access the Internet, but it tries. Its so frustrating and help!
I had about 8 open files in there to clean out. When I close it the system works fine, however sometimes it cannot be closed. Once I removed the print job the spoolsv.eve cpu usage went to 0% Jim Fratto some printers access "the internet" to print or connect to the printer, they are not really I havent got MS image writer. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/spoolsv.exe.html
this has pissed me (a-lilbit) off for 2 years now. If so, simply removing the new hardware or software may resolve the issue. MS Loather really annoying...it's annoy everytime i use Yahoo Messenger...
td Same problem..it used 97% of my processor, I solved it by getting rid of the print job on microsoft image writer...and now my problems are gone...thanks who ever put that Ersin I had the same problem and I found out that the Microsoft Image Writer was trying to print a doc. As it turns out, there were print jobs waiting - not on our installed printer - but on Microsoft Image Writer. Back to top #15 capnrazor capnrazor Members 6 posts OFFLINE Local time:10:50 PM Posted 16 December 2009 - 07:16 PM Well I have been working on this for several days
Especially as I don't have a printer installed. Victor What's the deal with it trying to access the internet... Jon I did as said and deleted all outstanding print jobs. Atif Farid Previously I had lpt1 and lpt2; I removed lpt2 but one DBASE application still printed to it--Result the spooler clogged up.
samson I just wanted to thank everyone for the coments. Styler trojan, virus- do a search on your system for spoolsv.exe. try it. I ran my virus software, my firewall kept saying this file was trying to access the internet.
Thought it was a virus or something. pop over to these guys CPU Utilization went to 0 and all is now working great. Rohit Chawla (India). *If its using a high amount of your CPU* Start - Control Panel - Classic View (on the top left) - Administrative Tools - Services - Find "Print File Location The file is located in C:\Window\System32 folder.
Up to 80%. Follwed the advice of those who said there were pending print jobs. If not, follow the steps below. I looked for pending print/fax jobs and cancelled the job.
i just noticed it.. Thanks, Omid. Burns The file is from microsoft Windows, anyway I used Xsoftspy (detector for spyware) and it gave me the following: Vendor: Proxy-Agent.g / Type: File / Category: Trojan / Object: C:\Windows\System32\spoolsv.exe but as Dystaxia said there were printjobs waiting on the Microsoft Image Writer, I deleted the print jobs on the Image Writer and now it works fine again Rieky It is
Hit end process. I get the CPU hogging problem only when using one program (Print Shop) to send labels to the printer. ej I get that it's just a windows process to do with print jobs if it's in the right folder - but why does it need to access the internet?
this file causes as many as headache i can take... Just block it. Is your computer running out of disk space? This is a core Windows process so disabling it from the Task Manager may result in a critical failure causing the system to automatically reboot.
Open start, printers and fax. so far I am not seeing the issue with the same hardware and as close as i can tell the same software and patches. My recommendations is to scan that file for anything Andy i don't have any print jobs... When I stop then restart spoolsv it goes back up to 99.
All but one got deleted. Navigate to your PRINTERS folder which should be at "C:\WINDOWS\System32\spool\PRINTERS". If spoolsv.exe is located in a subfolder of C:\Windows\System32\drivers, the security rating is 80% dangerous.
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