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Windows 7: Dllhost.exe uses an enormous quantity of RAM


25 Jul 2009   #21

Windows 7 Home Premium (in French)
 
 

Result : "Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations."

I'll probably make a new installation as I think the repair may not solve my problems.

Thank you all.


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25 Jul 2009   #22
bum

Windows 7 RC
 
 

Uncheck all "Internet Information Services" if it isn't already. It's in "Turn Windows features on or off" in the left panel of "Programs and Features" in the Control Panel. Reboot.
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25 Jul 2009   #23

Windows 7 Home Premium (in French)
 
 

Hi "Internet Information Services" are all already unchecked.
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25 Jul 2009   #24
bum

Windows 7 RC
 
 

You could try getting rid of .net framework but it may be needed for other programs.
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25 Jul 2009   #25

 

dllhost.exe is often used by web services so was just try to eliminate possible causes. Intresting read on this blog about COM Surrogate
http://blogs.msdn.com/oldnewthing/ar...2/9413816.aspx
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In practice, if you get these types of crashes when browsing folders containing video or media files, the problem is most likely a flaky codec.
But you did say you uninstalled the third party codecs
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25 Jul 2009   #26
bum

Windows 7 RC
 
 

Remove Windows Search? Doesn't hurt to try any of these things since you can easily reverse the changes.
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25 Jul 2009   #27
bum

Windows 7 RC
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Frostbite View Post
dllhost.exe is often used by web services so was just try to eliminate possible causes.
dllhost.exe is used by any DLL-based app.

You might want to try a different antivirus or disable the one you're using and try openning the folder again.
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25 Jul 2009   #28

Windows 7 Home Premium (in French)
 
 

Ok thank you all, I'll probably first reboot my computer with all services (excepted the microsoft ones) disabled in "msconfig". Then I'll try what you said. Thanks.
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25 Jul 2009   #29

Windows 7 Home Premium (in French)
 
 

Ok here is a cap of my task manager with all services & programms disabled in msconfig. And the "diagnostic" startup set. And the antivirus is also disabled.

The "show all processes from all users" is checked as you can see.

So I still have the same problem even in the "diagnostic startup".

Thanks.


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25 Jul 2009   #30

Windows 7 Home Premium x64 - Mac OS X 10.6.4 x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by RyanB View Post
Ok here is a cap of my task manager with all services & programms disabled in msconfig. And the "diagnostic" startup set. And the antivirus is also disabled.

The "show all processes from all users" is checked as you can see.

So I still have the same problem even in the "diagnostic startup".

Thanks.
Yep it seems to me that the reinstall is imanite...since you are willing too...than go ahead as this will surely fix the issue
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