SvChost.exe is taking up 99% Cpu and has created around 20+ versions of its self

SirNightShade

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Okay So i'll start chronologically

Reset my PC like a do everyyear - Yesterday
Got a virus from Trying to get some cheats - Karma Ikr - Today
Removed Virus - Today
I was in a game of Cs When i noticed it had started lagging/stuttering,
I checked my Task Manager and sure enough i found some random looking Process taking up 74% (+26 on my PC tasks)
Image = https://gyazo.com/1dcb6b91fda2480f5cc2852259c14338
this is when i righted -> Go To Details
and i saw this = https://gyazo.com/b023a709b425e6bbc105aa32a3bf8e38
I know. This instantly caught my eye because it was never like this before
I have tried Ending the task but it just comes back a minute later
If like me then you're thinking, then surely there must be a task/process starting it every 1 min
I looked and saw nothing out of the ordinary, well, not me atleast
pics here = https://gyazo.com/21104dfb7f203dbc0690f9d55dbacd01
https://gyazo.com/6f1ef2fa11505d3aa108a6a2385e0b4d
https://gyazo.com/40807d1801e068628ae6cd0d3f8efecd
https://gyazo.com/4c8bfed6960db321e9b0f86bff82431f
https://gyazo.com/b0c258358f275beb733643dac1145e2a

I honestly have no idea, like i implied, it must of been something to do with the virus
this has never happened before and i just dont know what to look for.
Please help

Thanks.

 

SkyNetRising

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If you reset your pc, all the windows updates will have to be downloaded/installed again.
That's why you're getting all that svchost.exe activity.

Don' t do that, unless there's some serious reason for it.

You can monitor disk activity with Resource Monitor. It will show, what exactly is being downloaded/installed
(Resource Monitor/Disk tab/Disk activity section).
 

SirNightShade

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I just fount it suspicions that the process had no name or sub task and had created a ton of its self
 

SirNightShade

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Trust me, its not. I've left it to do its thing for 8 hours and it's still here
 

SkyNetRising

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That's normal svchost.exe in c:\windows\system32.

Can you show screenshot from Resource Monitor?
(Resource Monitor, Disk tab, Disk activity section - with file names visible and ordered by column Total)
It should look similar to this, just order by column Total (not column Priority).
 

SirNightShade

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SirNightShade

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Thanks Bro, From what i can see it's gone, there were some root files still in there.
i didnt come to this conclusin because i thought that my current one would be able to do it but turns out it cant
Dont use IOBit Malware Fighter lmao
i'll msg u back if it comes back
 
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