Slows down your computer a little to do so though. It is highly recommended that you run a FREE performance scan to automatically optimize memory, CPU and Internet settings. See also: Link IorDMUX It is an indexing daemon that uses too many system resources, it should just be turned off zK9 See Microsoft Knowledge Base Article 899869 See also: Link Franc-Sois D.
Not harmful but its 100% clamp makes it not required. You're certainly welcome for the help. Anonymous Correct if I'm wrong but, as long as I know, this service is used only when needed and then turned off by the system. As long as it is in c:\%system%\system32 you are ok (where system is your windows/winnt directory).
if you have the same problem go to Start - Search - Change Preferences - Without index server and press disable index server. My windows it is in spanish so I don't know exactly the same words that are goinna appear to you, but anyways it's something like that. Instantly after I turned off the indexer in search the CPU usage dropped to low levels and seems to be staying there. When a file is needed to be found, the Windows search function returns a result much faster than if search indexing was disabled.
Additionally, the Cidaemon.exe process typically uses lots of pagefile space and lots of CPU time. I'd shut this down every time - no one searches enough to use indexing. Google Search for spyware MalwareBytes (spyware removal) Other Processes hydradm.exe lxrsii1s.exe cidaemon.exe hdbho.dll hpqste08.exe scanningprocess.exe scsiaccess.exe hphmon05.exe [all processes] Copyright © Neuber SoftwarePrivacy & Terms Log in or Sign up Tech See KB920685 for one example exploit.
Like most of the services it can be hooked by malware, so if you want to disable it you can always use the services control panel to disable it. Is there a known cidaemon.exe error? Important: Some malware disguises itself as cidaemon.exe, particularly when not located in the C:\Windows\System32 folder. See support.microsoft.com/kb/899869 See also: Link Arthur cpu means Cideamon.exe Plus Uforever See also: Link Lartz it takes my lot of CPU n i am not able to work plz tell the
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! The Cidaemon.exe process builds and updates the Index catalog. it totally freezes up after clicking on any icon for anything. Ted blogs and is also one of the founders of LessThanDot.com technology community.
Looks like it has something to do with BitCoinMiner-CA. Back to the top Give Feedback RESOLUTIONTo resolve the issue, turn off the Indexing service. Part of: Memory usage: N/A (Free up memory) Common cidaemon.exe errors: N/A (Repair) System process: Yes Uses network: No Background:Yes Hardware related: No Browse Top System Processes cabarc.exe cacls.exe ca.exe capfasem.exe Top most intriguing searches TaskManufacturerPercent Nwiz.exe?10 % HKCMD.EXEIntel8 % Unsecapp.exeMicrosoft7 % CCC.exeATI Technologies6 % Reader_SL.exeAdobe5 % ATI2evxx.exeATI Technologies4 % iTunesHelper.exeApple4 % S24EvMon.exeIntel4 % Cli.exeATI Technologies4 % WLLoginProxy.exeMicrosoft4 % ekrn.exeESET4 % SBAMSvc.exeSunbelt
Raajaram Krishnamoorthy Indexing Service - No harm, but not necessary either Dan It is just for faster searches. Gavin It appears to be using 50% CPU time and might be causing problems with Outlook emails (such as blank messages). But it puts overload on my CPU. The Cidaemon.exe process builds and updates the Index catalog.
Note: I found no valid reasoning to actually recreate these catalogs although I felt better putting the system back in the state it was. We recommend SecurityTaskManager for verifying your computer's security. The Other DS Its an indexing service to index a NTFS disc for fast file searching in windows.
See also: Link John (programmer) Indexes file on your hard drive, so that when you search for files, the results appear much much faster. So turn the bugger off and enjoy some nerdy 'puter times! it totally freezes up after clicking on any icon for anything. After reboot, viruses do not show themselves but I think they Installed and will run as soon as they can.
your computer will be slow Amly it is not dangerous if you have like 8gb of ram, and an fx62 or higher, but if your like the rest of us, then As long as it is in c:\%system%\system32 you are ok (where system is your windows/winnt directory). another nathan It indexes your files for faster searching. See also: Link Harry Leiss it uses to much of my processing Toto It is part of the indexing service.