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one core used?

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ok what is this program using one of my cores at all times? it's really anoying...

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it's a window service or a virus.
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E6600 44G 3.240GHz Asus P5B-deluxe eVGA 8800GT (650/950) 2GB PQIturbomem 667(800mhzballistix soon) 
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1x 400GB Seagate 7200rpm/16mb cache Some super combo drive Windows XP Home/Ubuntu NEC MultiSync LCD1970GX 
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Logitech cordless 610w PCP&C silencer TTArmor w/side fan G7 
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As stated the svchost is a common place for browser highjackers and trojans to operate from


~~edit~~ start>run>msconfig>check services and the startup tabs
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post #4 of 5
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well then i'm gona boot into safe mode and run a virus scan now
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the only way to find out is to end it if its a virus nothing will happen if it is a service then your computer will shut down but looking at the mem usage i would say it defo a virus
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