Tim Couldn't find any reason to let cisvc.exe live. My core 2 duo reached 85*C, and the computer suddenly turned off to avoid damage to the cpu. How to recognize suspicious variants? The process cisvc is not in any way a virus, a worm, a Trojan horse, spyware, or adware.
The strange thing is that, if I open the CD-drawer when it contains a CD/DVD (blank or non-blank) it stops consuming CPU. If the problem persists, your computer might have been hacked by a keylogger or other undesirable software application. Read also the 65 reviews. 578 users ask for this file. 19users rated it as not dangerous. 6users rated it as not so dangerous. 19users rated it as neutral. 12users rated Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware Process name: Content Index service Product: Microsoft WindowsCompany: Microsoft (microsoft.com) File: Cisvc.exe A background process in Windows, the Content Index Service catalogs and tracks files http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/cisvc.exe.html
means video and audio stream doesn't really fit anymore. Est que le nom du fichier est exploité par les logiciels malveillants et d'autres. runs constantly ByggB I only know i've never seen it before, I just endtask it for now.
Provide feedback on this article Request Assistance Print Article Subscribe to this Article Manage your Subscriptions Search Again Situation The cisvc.exe (Microsoft Content Indexing Service) is taking up large amounts of minylites it can be a Perfect Keylogger executable file, but it's a Windows file too Lukas It keeps me from use search functions at the computer, takes a lot of CPU... See also: Link Terje Moen M$ index service to speed up searxh program, while slowing down the whole computer. Tous droits réservés.
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. Try these resources. Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. Completely useless indexing file =) But I didn't understand where in the F3 search dialog to disable it, please tell me!
Therefore, you should check the cisvc.exe process on your PC to see if it is a threat. The program has no visible window. This will stop recreating the original cisvc.exe. 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.
Turn off! http://ccm.net/contents/459-cisvc-cisvc-exe Run MalwareBytes to remove persistent malware Process name: Content Index service Product: Microsoft WindowsCompany: Microsoft (microsoft.com) File: Cisvc.exe A background process in Windows, the Content Index Service catalogs and tracks files Certain Malware may mask itself by using the same file name or by infecting the EXE however. A reboot into safemode was required to remove the file.
And hearing the fan running constantly was annoying, along with the fear of possible hardware damage, and wasted electricity. Click Finish. Detects idle time by the amount of CPU and drive activity created by user. 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.
Tim For me the cisvc.exe uses CPU (30-40% constantly) only when my laptop (Lenovo T60) is connected to the docking station. Duke Windows Indexing service somtimes takes a lot of CPU usage slowing down performance jslfns If it isn't dangerous, it uses resources just like 80% of XP's useless processes. Grasshopper Trojan by blackcore/KillHouse Inc, If its sitting in yer temp directory, which it should not be (Its a sytem32 file) then BLAM...trojan.
If it is automatic, change it to manual and it won't bother you again. Bodvar Found this in Program Files (x86)\RapidBIT and NoVirusThanks.org flagged it as a Trojan Dropper. 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 I assume it was turned on when I accidentally accessed the new "Windows Search" which appeared with XP Svs Pack 3.
by royeo / October 31, 2008 11:02 AM PDT In reply to: I Disable the 'Indexing Service' On All My XP Computers Thanks.Roy O'Neill Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse Deleted all “Scopes” for the Indexing service, other than the KnowledgeBase related items. Therefore, please read below to decide for yourself whether the cisvc.exe on your computer is a Trojan that you should remove, or whether it is a file belonging to the Windows Poison for the synchronisation which needs constant access to the CPU!
It never showed up on any scan until today. The program is not visible. My suggestion is to set it to "disabled" in services.msc. Hmm Tman Could be a trojan, keylogger, or Windows Indexing Service.
Founded in 1975, Microsoft's flagship product is the Windows operating system, which is installed on over 90% of workstations worldwide. If you don't really use Windows Indexing Service (most people don't) and just want to stop it from utilizing your CPU resources, then you can safely turn it off following the Is there a known Cisvc.exe error? 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
The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Then its ok. This is an essential system process and should not be removed. Patrick It eats up my CPU processing power whenever I try to actually load anything.
Reboot your computer. To help you analyze the cisvc.exe process on your computer, the following programs have proven to be helpful: Security Task Manager displays all running Windows tasks, including embedded hidden processes, such