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Activesync-related SVCHOST now sucking all my CPU!


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Activesync-related SVCHOST.EXE now sucking all my CPU!

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Been having a few issues with Activesync, and uninstalled it. All is fine with it off.

When I install it again though, I now have an svchost.exe taking 70-90% of my CPU cycles, and 98-99% when it's syncing.

Microsoft, I hate you with a passion. What's going on?!!

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being negitive does not help

1) have you virus scanned your system, and spyware scanned it?

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First thing I thought of, but I check nightly with NAV, and I'm well up to date, and Hijackthis, MS Antispyware, Adaware an d Spybot are showin up nowt.

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you have uninstalled Active sync, REBOOTED your computer, re-installed and REBOOTED your computer?

have you also gone into safe mode and tried to activesync and see if it sucks up 99%? if not - it shows there is a virus on the system and it is BEST TO VIRUS SCAN IN SAFE MODE ;)

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