Look at the attached screen shot. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. what have you seen that looks suspicious that needs a move I can't see anything obvious @Warlord Jimmy best solution would be update Kaspersky to version 8 (2009) as that deals Google Search for spyware MalwareBytes (spyware removal) Other Processes hpwuschd2.exe syntplpr.exe avp.exe jccatch.dll cpqset.exe soundman.exe reader_sl.exe wudfsvc.dll [all processes] Copyright © Neuber SoftwarePrivacy & Terms Help - Search - Members Full
This means running a scan for malware, cleaning your hard drive using 1cleanmgr and 2sfc/scannow, 3uninstalling programs that you no longer need, checking for Autostart programs (using 4msconfig) and enabling Windows' The UI doesn't show any work being done, no virus scans, nothing. Also, there's this, too. Several functions may not work. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/avp.exe.html
In my case I found a program was routinely "defragging" snapshots that would trip KIS into raising the avp.exe resources and together would lock up my system until it was finished. avp.exe if situated in C; program files is a virus thats eats up ur RAM and hence system becomes really slow. You have a 64 bit operating system, so another 1 GB of ram to equal 4 GB ram would be nice.Please clean install version 2012. Flying Ace 22.12.2011 02:09 QUOTE(Don Pelotas @ 21.12.2011 16:39) turn off the Idle scan and rootkit scanI'll try that and see what does or doesn't happen.
High CPU usage from avp.exe file Started by maruclare , Sep 18 2011 10:46 PM Please log in to reply 7 replies to this topic #1 maruclare maruclare Members 3 posts Remove it from the registry. Regardless of the operating system version you are using, it is always considered good practice to install the latest security updates. Though there has been some hype about source code that was stolen some three years ago.
See also: Link winnerS Typical anti virus protection. annoyed KIS user!! avp.exe is a file related to the ip: 126.96.36.199 It is an "outgoing" type, however it also has to do with Kaspersky antivirus Luke Kaspersky Anti-Virus (Russian: Антивирус Касперского; formerly known https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-kasperskys-avp-exe-causing-problems.823670/ It lasted about 3 minutes so I must have noticed the last minute or so because when I got into the log it had just finished.I don't want to rule out
try running sthg like Process Monitor (Sysinternals) and you should be able to see what avp.exe is doing.Go to the start of that, and you might see what triggers it if Dotchi 15.12.2011 11:40 I've been having this problem for the past few days as well. Other processes wzcsldr2.exe ioctlsvc.exe hsmgr.exe avp.exe iemonitor.exe mscorsvw.exe klg.dat nvbackend.exe cdac11ba.exe turbovhelp.exe nlssrv32.exe [all] © file.net 15 years of experience MicrosoftPartner TermsPrivacy Tends to not like to interact well with other firewalls though, and like all anti-virus you shouldn't have 2 different types installed or else they'll conflict.
But honestly they are so small and far between that for months now I have not even been looking for them. This will last for a minute or more several times a day. The removal tool seemed to make the difference in the uninstall/reinstall process. The issues is usually due to a Firefox issue.
im running kaspersky (unfortunately) and this file is in this case a part of the anti virus program. I haven't had (or at least seen) any of the big CPU spikes in weeks. But honestly they are so small and far between that for months now I have not even been looking for them. however it is consuming my memory and grinding my computer to a halt, sooo f'ing annoying.
Yesterday I went to run my weekly backup and I couldn't get it to run. AVP is the main process and it can't be force closed through Task Manager nor Process explorer. This just happened. I cleaned it off using HiJackThis anyway just to be safe onebutters I'm not running Kapersky, but I have it.
Please provide a GSI report by following the four steps outlined here: http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?s=&am...post&p=53952. Not updating or anything that is showing in the log (that I know how to see). I think this is a virus oder something like that...
because of the trouble I had in getting rid of it I give it a bit of concern Eh o fantastico kaspersky anti-virus Luciano its typically a virus or malware if
I did try turning off idle scans and rootkit scans so it's definitely not either of those.After doing all of the things in this thread and even trying some things that PC Security Shield and other companies license Kaspersky’s technology and install it under different subpaths. My KIS keep on saying my license in invalid. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account?
Open KIS > Settings > Scan (magnifying glass icon) > General Settings > Uncheck the idle scan and the Perform regular rootkit scan options > OK > Apply > OKI'll try kikugi Anti-Virus Programm MasterM the best AV program Kaspersky Found in the "system32" but I do not have any McAfee antivirus products... Dot know why but zonealam doesnt like it. Also remove syswin.exe, syswin6000.exe, iun6002.exe, and mgrs.exe.
Automatic Update is turned off. Avp.exe is able to hide itself and monitor applications. This could wreak complete damage to your computer if it is not discovered quickly. If I stop what I'm doing when it happens it goes away after about 30 seconds.
See also: Link Shadrach so I buy a security program so my PC will not get infected by a program which runs all the time and makes it REALLY SLOW. Please start a New Thread if you're having a similar issue.View our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Moved from Windows Startup Programs Database ~Budapest Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Broni Broni The Coolest BC Computer BC Advisor 41,523 Is there a known avp.exe error?
landdinesh 11.12.2011 06:56 I have also encountered the same issue. lostsomething 11.04.2012 15:26 I'm still a bit hesitant to say it but I *think* uninstalling / reinstalling Kaspersky may have fixed the problem. Kaspersky is my most trusted Anti-Virus, and it is NOT a virus.