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Windows 7: wudfsvc WINDOWS DRIVER FOUNDATION uses too much memory

01 Sep 2018   #31
Bill Jr

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wudfsvc Problem Resolved 4 Me

I had similar problem with 'Hoggy Doggie' wudsfvc. Ran The 'Mr. Fixit' Repair of Windows Update and Ran Windows Update Cleanup Under Disk Cleanup using 'Administrator Options' and PC's Back To Normal.


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