Help, 2 svchost taking over my computer. Tags: Plug And Play Computers Drivers Windows 8 Last response: June 21, 2012 9:27 AM in Windows 8 Share ezigzag June 21, 2012 9:06:21 AM i tried reformating, new drivers. i have no idea what to do next. the services on one svchost is power, plug and play, dcomlauncher. it happens everytime. no mater what im doing. pleasae help. More about : svchost taking computer shadow71 June 21, 2012 9:27:23 AM You may or may not have a virus. Try looking through this thread and see if it helps: http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/window... m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Svchost.exe taking up to 2gb of my ram. Forum Virus taking over computer! help! Forum HELP svchost keeps taking Forum SolvedHelp small basic is taking over! Forum taking over computing power Forum Help Integrated graphics taking precedence over dedicated laptop (skyrim) Forum SolvedIs a TR2 600w thermal take power supply good enough for over clocking intel i7 4770k and powering radeon r9 270x graphics card Forum Computer taking a while to start and shut down - HELP please Forum BIOS takes over an hour to load after I power computer on Forum Is there any point in taking a q9550/4870x2 rig over 3.4 Ghz? Forum SolvedFirst time building a computer. Really helpful if anyone could look over to make sure everything is ok and compatible. Forum SolvedProblem with 2 windows 8 computers communicating over wireless network. Forum SolvedNeed Help building a Computer $1200- $1500 Doller budget am willing to go over a bit First time build hardcore gamer Forum [Custom PC][Build Help] Look over my Gaming/School/Work computer Forum SolvedI need to buy a new computer but I also need to take 2 hard drives out of the old one Forum SolvedPrograms to help take breaks from the computer Forum SolvedHelp 2 ram sticks gone bad over past months Forum Where to build super computer to take over world? Forum SolvedNeed help building gaming computer that can max any game for 2-3 years... Forum Computer Freezes to Screens with Vertical Lines, over 90C. PLEASE HELP! Forum More resources Read discussions in other Windows 8 categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security !