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bil pewnie mnie pokara. Perturbed Huge PITA. After I disabled it my computer stop shuting down all processes....it only try's to slow down when I try and update an app. wiser Cut & Paste the URL into your browser manually since SARC does not allow external website hot-linking to their resources- sorry didn't see that coming until I tested the URL http://fmcproducts.net/general/system32-dll.php

There is no need for it. You’ll be auto redirected in 1 second. In XP's system32 folder it created a subfolder called 'LastGood' with another wuauclt.exe and some other files. It is. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/wuauclt.exe.html

My firewall (Blackice )shows it running when I use application control. Nirav from Windows Task Manager / Processes ClydeV My comp has slowed to a crawl after SP2 update, on a newly installed OS XPPro. Megaflops Argentina It is definately for windows update and comes with SP2 but why does it run when you have auto updates disabled?

  • baudrunner Microsoft is trying to render XP unstable in an effort to boost Vista, this is now a danger.
  • I also killed WGA altogether.Both of these and most other Windows programs will automatically turn into servers on your machine and send back any and everything you have, do, visit, type
  • The true wuauclt.exe file is a safe Microsoft Windows system process, called "Windows Update Automatic Updates".
  • Kav7 is now partially removed with file protection failed, can't access definitions, and the removal tool says kav7 is gone.
  • When automatic updates need to be installed, two of them appear (one the actual process, the other, the update checker).
  • robin ballard I keep my computer very clean, and this process was running while I was downloading SP2.
  • Check this with Security Task Manager.
  • Just don't know why it runs for a while on TaskMgr (after system is started/restarted) even if I have automatic updates turned off...
  • Use Zone alarm or the like to disable it.

The virus is usually "C:\Program Files\Microsoft Common\wuauclt.exe" See also: Link Xpyder If it runs when auto update is off. the repitition leads me to believe it is a normal procedure and I should create a rule or send it to the trusted zone. Here, you must turn off automatic updates. Cult Trojan.

This process is NOT a virus or a trojan or spyware. JimmiNS I had a problem with this, too. Furthermore 8.0 is released and you should install this.....a newer build will be released of this in the next few weeks and you should try this...................this way: http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=67812 -------------------- Errare humanum Sofia a couple of them popped up as windows was running automatic updates so i guess it has something to do with that!

We recommend SecurityTaskManager for verifying your computer's security. Please try again now or at a later time. If wuauclt.exe is located in a subfolder of C:\Windows, the security rating is 80% dangerous. secureit its the windows update thing but it lags your comp when updating iamthebest We're obliged to have wuauclt checking for security updates but I've spoken to Microsoft about why it

Silentbob If i disable it, there is no sound. https://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=90870 Walter its a prosses that looks for updates and if any tells you to install them terence gurry I just fixed my systems. This program uses most of my memmory and fan of my laptop is running crazy!! this file wasn't even on my comp till i got a virus ever since then it's been running in the task manager i keep turning it off and it keeps coming

It slows down my system. More about the author This file can be deactivated. What an obnoxious piece of software! It uses svchost to connect to the internet, so, it seems that svchost.exe is sending information, but it's wuauclt.exe who's sending it.

I did a search with wuauclt.exe name. E. The wuauclt.exe file is an unknown file in the Windows folder. http://fmcproducts.net/general/system32-cmd-exe.php After deleting it, everything is running smoothly, including the automatic update process.

noob It runs on machines with SP1 and without other online updates too! Licensed to: Kaspersky Lab Search Sign Up Log In Home Forum How To Download News Encyclopedia High-Tech Health Sign Up Language English Español Deutsch Français Italiano Português Nederlands Polski हिंदी Bahasa didn't know you had posted while I was getting frozen in France.

Must destroy immediatelly!!!

shulkman This Windows Automatic Updater. Also checking WService.exe Gary C the only thing this wuauclt.exe file has ever done is caused me to get diconnected from the internet. and slowing Win. This is with windows XP professional SP2 brent I had this dam thing in processes 15 at a time frum 0 to 14k must be a trojan fd me up did

Note the name in MAY, it's not wuauclt.exe, part of windows update. Use a program to check the connection, wuauclt sends information to the windowsupdate site (207.46.20X.X). Turn it off - if the process disappears it's certainly not malware. news I've disabled it both in the Control Panel Auto Updates and msconfig services.

It also says to only run manual updates. How do I know, that it ran this executable WITH my parameters? Rich Epstein I found two, one is under Service Pack Files eric If you're not running windows 9x, this file shouldn't be in your system! You're better off simply turning them off and updating them manually from the website if you ask me.

Buck runs always when windows update is on, also on winXP! If you have Automatic Updates turned OFF and its running, Have it cleaned!!! If you dont wanna restart, change your settings to be 'never download updates' and then end the process and it will go away. Took me some time to find the file because of that.

Any Ideas? Seems to big not to be malicious db wuauclt seems to be a windows file, wuauLTC looks like a virus. John M View Member Profile 13.11.2008 11:27 Post #13 Member Group: Members Posts: 34 Joined: 29.05.2008 From: Finn Bay I have been at this for over two hours. Kab This *IS* part of the M$ update stuff.

Instructions are in post #5 of this thread. -------------------- Please see the Important topics, located at the top of this section, and at the top of other sections of this forum. Will update manual. Ending up this process didn't solve the problem. Post Reply Author Message Topic Search Topic OptionsPost ReplyCreate New Topic Printable Version Translate Topic Mantvydas Members Profile Send Private Message Find Members Posts Add to Buddy List Newbie Joined: 13

What is going on with this.... Counter-Strike. I have to hit the end process for 10 minutes before it will stop .... I have auto updates "off." PC Defense doesn't detect anything wrong with it.

I think is neutral if is the trojan which appear into other dir. I DID try to update windows, and now I don't have internet access. It might be malware, but I'm not 100% sure.