Edit: debodun, have you tried running the Windows Update Readiness Tool? I don't have most of the errors listed in that article. Still if Avast using 100 disk then apply next solution. If it came up in my searches, I never noticed it. Offline has some restriction as some updates need other updates to be installed first. So far, I haven't created problems by editing the registry for nearly 20 yrs.
I would suggest you to go through the below methods: Method 1: Try to run the windows updates troubleshooter using below link: Check the result what it shows. Do not provide filtered files. I have two machines that I have not updated in awhile and that was my holdup also with windows update just continuously running and never offering any updates! Post on the forums instead it will increases the chances of getting help for your problem by one of us. And that's what the Krelay. I agree that just disabling the service is a band aid temporary fix.
Method 3: Delete the contents of the SoftwareDistribution folder The SoftwareDistribution folder is used to store temporary files required for installing Windows updates on your computer. . It might use 2 - 6% and is not constant, like the dual core laptop is. Time to update is one issue, but my laptop is finding them - just not displaying them to install. Only ran the oldest one so far, using that. Is that currently the recommended best practice? I've tried the troubleshooter once again in the clean boot.
Keeping my fingers crossed that it stays happy. Right-click on the volume icon and select Playback devices: Double-click the default speaker e. Hope one of these steps works for you! But I always back it up. I right clicked on the svchost in Task Manager, and then Go To Services. None of which may mean much.
Now that you know what task is causing the issue, you can now research the problem online Google. However, serious problems might occur if you modify the registry incorrectly. No other experts could help me nor am I an expert. Steps I took: Ran task manager, nothing showed that was abnormal as far as I could see. If you want to stop Svchost. Had the same issue both in windows 7 and 10. No problems with updating Windows 8 or 10.
Now, look at the indented tasks below the svchost. Perhaps I'm not understanding your post. The problem manifests itself as follows: daily at one and the same time each user at own time the computer begins to slow down. Do not clear logs whilst you have a continuing problem. Then there's a huge gap of several hours no warnings, no errors before the next timestamp shows that Agent the Windows Update Agent has finished searching for available updates. Then you can install the system updates manually or wait until Microsoft releases next updates. Please upload the file to your OneDrive, share with everyone and post a link here.
Step Open the Device Manager by entering Device Manager into the search bar on your Start menu 2. If you use Windows Defender, make sure it is enabled and run a scan. After waiting hours for svchost taking 100% cpu, a 5 minute install fixes the issue. Other times it fixed all problems found, but update process still did not complete. There may be faulty files in this folder that make Windows Update get stuck in searching for updates. It is happily downloading and installing the first batch of 128 critical updates now and the cpu usage is bouncing around normally now. You have to find which, service causing the issue before starting the tutorial.
For such an old hardware just disable Windows Update service, you cannot work with a system that is busy all the time, taking the risk of being outdated is inevitable in such situations. For technical support inquiries, Dennis can be reached via Live chat online this site using the Zopim Chat service currently located at the bottom left of the screen ; optionally, you can contact Dennis through the website. Unlike the above case with a memory leak in the update service in Windows 7, there is no universal patch that fixes the problem for Windows 10. I was curious about why. The only few things I didn't do yet were: 1 - Run the MicrosoftEasyFix50202. No other experts could help me nor am I an expert.