HI got a question svchost.exe services are eating up memory

Rapaaja

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Greeting

I recently hacked a computer myself, and actually immediately after setting it up, I noticed that after about 2 hours of gaming or normal web usage, programs started mysteriously crashing and had to restart. After rebooting, the machine could be used normally again 2-3 hours before the programs crashed.

Because of this, I looked at the taskmanager and found that it was packed with a variety of "service host" processes, which at 70% of the memory consumed the worst. This, therefore, always after I have been on top of the machine and its 2-3h pelaillut. Then again, when I restart my machine, those processes do not require any memory at all.

Some of the processes I have stopped, but now I have failed to do so, as they are quickly seen several dozen, and I do not bother to cover more issues of which I know nothing.

The motherboard is powered by the MSI Tomahawk B450 MAX, featured by the Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 xt nitro + and a brooch by the 3600x if anyone needs this information. Of course, I would use Windows 10 pro 64.

What would you do now?
 

Rapaaja

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HI OOL hi bye and givin It was labeled as trustworthy by the seller, but now a little doubt. Secondly, I noticed that my computer is running a mysterious Segurazo by default. That program will not be able to stop any and will not eject, I have tried through the Task Manager to stop it, but I get only a declaration "Access is denied". That most re mov
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Hi ses ool nou ok thans.

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