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Your PC is slow and freezing? come

Posted 2/4/2007 11:20 AM
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Murtadh Member

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if your PC become slow after installing Bullguard thin it could be because of "SVCHOST.EXE / System" check it by : Ctrl+Alt+Delete go to "Processes" and see how much CPU it use.. as what a saw it will eat all the processor 95% or more some times (Note: there are more than one SVCHOST.EXE in the System and just one of them is the problem). I think Bullgourd has a problem with the SVCHOST.EXE I don't know because Bullgourd is using it or making some of conflicting with it !! But I know that after I uninstall it every thing is OK now .

So you need to click "End Process" on it. after that you will probable see Bullguard freezing not you PC :smilewinkgrin: . So you will need to end Bullguard processor and run it again if it freezing.

Any way I connected with the Support and thy told me to give them a screenshot, but the problem is that I uninstalled Bullguard from my PC. If your problem is like my you can be in touch with them.

"BullGuard Support Team" wrote: Please make a screenshot with the svchost error that you receive on screen so we can understand the problem.

Here is a quick guide for making screenshots:

1. Be sure to have the image of the error message on the screen.
2. Then press the following key-combination "CTRL" + "Prt Sc" (also written "Print Scr", "Print Screen").
3. Go to Start > Programs > Accessories > Paint. In the Paint menu please go to Edit > Paste.
4. Next, please save the image in .JPG format. To do this, please click on File > Save as... In the "Save as..." box please look for the .JPG or .JPEG format in the bottom section "Save as type".
5. Then attach the screenshot to an email and send it to

Please could you show me screen shout in here as an attachment maybe?
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