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Discussions cover Windows 2003 Server, Windows installation, adding and removing programs, driver problems, crashes, upgrading, and other OS-related questions.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Should "cisvc.exe" run? Create a SymAccount now!' High CPU usage by the CISVC.exe TECH44022 August 20th, 2009 http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH44022 Support / High CPU usage by the CISVC.exe Did this article resolve your issue? Detects idle time by the amount of CPU and drive activity created by user. Submit a Threat Submit a suspected infected fileto Symantec.

Uncheck “Index this resource” for all Virtual Directories in IIS, other than AeXKB. No, it is not. Whenever my CPU utilisation runs high I just look for the ciscv.exe end end it - CPU usage drops to mere 1-10% immidiately as of result. Do you have additional information? http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/cisvc.exe.html

Note: I've tried Google desktop search etc. The file size is 81,920bytes. I'ts set as a ow priority so it takes a back seat when running PC.

Description: The original cisvc.exe from Microsoft is an important part of Windows, but often causes problems. Faire quelques FREE scan essais et vous verrez si il y a quelques applications indésirables, qui pourraient être responsables de la stabilité de l'onglet du système. Why? explorer.exe) Recommended by: Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Site Map Copyright © Uniblue Systems Limited 2007.

This program is an essential system process and should not be removed.We strongly recommend that you run a FREE registry scan to identify cisvc.exe related errors. Assen I agree with John & MaryLou. As mentioned above, it may take a little time to give beack the recourses, but for me right now it's worth it. http://windows-exe-errors.com/how-to-fix-cisvc-exe-high-cpu-usage/ Quarantined and deleted the file.

CaptCarrot dangerous to XP system operation since it hogs system brutally which can heat up processor as indicated by another reporter. This is an essential system process and should not be removed. The real Cisvc.exe process is to ensure that the Windows indexing service does not over utilize your computer's memory (RAM) and CPU resources. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and

It is also responsible for monitoring Cideamon.exe to ensure that low memory problems do not occur and it normally goes unnoticed as it operates when the computer is not busy performing other http://ccm.net/contents/459-cisvc-cisvc-exe I was afraid my paperwork by the exhaust port was going to catch on fire. See also: Link Matan For me the cisvc.exe uses CPU (30-40% constantly) only when my laptop (Lenovo T60) is connected to the docking station. En téléchargeant une condition Anti-logiciels espions vous acceptez notre politique de confidentialité et l'accord d'Utilise.

It is a process which can be terminated. Yes it can be disabled from the Services console under Indexing Service which apparently MS has no clue how to do. The only solution I have so far is to remove this file and create a file with the same name on the same place (read only, like calc.exe). Always remember to perform periodic backups, or at least to set restore points.

John cisvc.exe is the biggest pain i have coem across for taking up CPU usages in my past 10 years of computer usage Tim If you find yourself killing this process Identified it with a freeware program called DiskAction2. by royeo / October 31, 2008 10:43 AM PDT I have Windows XP Pro, sp3.I have a little icon in my System Tray that shows CPU usage. Is Cisvc.exe spyware or a virus?

Can be annoying if you start trying to use your PC while the indexing is running as takes a little time to give back system resources. C’est pourquoi ils dépendent parfois de noms des processus légitimes lorsque vous donnez des noms pour leurs virus. CaptCarrot Found this in Program Files (x86)\RapidBIT and NoVirusThanks.org flagged it as a Trojan Dropper.

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Chris It's a Windows component. Completely useless indexing file =) But I didn't understand where in the F3 search dialog to disable it, please tell me! The computer becomes normal! Uncheck the box next to Indexing Service and then click Next.

MaryLou It's a useless resource hog and "end Task" doesn't hurt anything on XP sp3. DIAGNOSTIC REQUIS statut signifie que ce fichier est exploité par les virus. I was afraid my paperwork by the exhaust port was going to catch on fire. And hearing the fan running constantly was annoying, along with the fear of possible hardware damage, and wasted electricity.

How to fix Cisvc.exe related problems? 1. Disabling it Helped me, but i'm afraid to remove Mattiaus if cpu is running 100% I kill off cisvc and it drops to 2% windoze Cisvc is used to index your It is highly recommended that you run a FREE performance scan to automatically optimize memory, CPU and Internet settings. See the example below: NOTE: always run a recommended PC Cleaner to ensure you PC registry is cleaned before manually making changes to your computer.

Thank you for your feedback! Is Cisvc.exe spyware or a virus? Cisvc.exe is a file with no information about its developer. My suggestion is to set it to "disabled" in services.msc.

Cyber-criminels cherchent toujours à trouver des solutions pour cacher leurs virus et empêcher leur suppression. Causes core to drop on windows XP Pro Jerry Haney microsoft, indexing service, can be enabled and disabled in "F3" search dialog Colas monitoring file for indexing service damo i takes