How to Troubleshoot ‘Can’t Remove Printer’ Issue in Windows PC

Since the launch of Windows 10, many users have reported problems with printers. In addition to a large number of incompatibility issues that limit certain Windows 10 features, many users report that they lose the ability to remove their printer in the traditional way.

In most cases, this problem starts with a simple Windows 10 error that reports a problem with the printer. When the user tries to uninstall the printer, Windows 10 refuses to remove it. Some users report that when uninstalling a printer through the “Devices” menu, there is a persistent “uninstalled” status that does not improve over time. read more

How to Resolve ‘A Startdocprinter Call Was Not Issued’ Problem on Windows 10

The error ‘A Startdocprinter Call Was Not Issued’ is caused by a hexadecimal error format. This is a common error code format used by Windows and other Windows-compatible software and driver manufacturers.

This code is used by the manufacturer to identify the error that occurred. This error code “A Startdocprinter Call Was Not Issued” has a numeric error number and a technical description. In some cases, the error may contain additional parameters in the format “A Startdocprinter Call Was Not Issued”. These additional hexadecimal codes are the addresses of the memory locations where the instruction(s) was loaded at the time of the error. read more

How to Troubleshoot Windows Image Acquisition High CPU (WIA) Issue

Windows Image Acquisition is the driver model responsible for communication between the system and graphics hardware. Sometimes it causes high hard disk and CPU load on Windows 10 systems, which slows them down. This post will help you solve this problem.

What causes a high CPU load when getting Windows images?

  • Destructive hardware.
  • Malware or viruses on your system.
  • Windows Image Acquisition service may not be working properly.

How to solve the high processor problem with Windows Image Acquisition?

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How to Repair Malwarebytes Service High CPU Usage Issue in Windows 10 PC

Malwarebytes is a very popular antivirus tool for Windows and one of the best malware scanners available on the market. However, using the full package can sometimes be difficult as users report that the service sometimes experiences abnormally high CPU load.

This problem persists as long as Malwarebytes is running on your computer, making it unusable. Fortunately, there are several ways to solve the problem of high CPU usage while Malwarebytes is running.

What causes Malwarebytes’ high CPU usage problem?

It is difficult to find a direct reason why Malwarebytes service consumes so much CPU power. You can simply perform a clean installation and then install the latest version, and this solution does work for many users. read more

How to Repair High CPU or Disk Usage by Ntoskrnl.Exe in Windows Computer

Ntoskrnl.exe is an integral part of Windows and is responsible, among other things, for memory and process management. Sometimes ntoskrnl.exe can cause high CPU and hard disk load, and this article is designed to help you fix it.

If a program or process consumes too many hard disk or CPU resources, it may not work properly. Sometimes Windows users have problems with the ntoskrnl.exe process that uses too many hard disk or CPU resources.

To solve the ntoskrnl.exe processor and hard disk usage problem, please read the following instructions for possible solutions. read more

How to Troubleshoot High Disk and CPU Usage by Softthinks Agent Service on Windows PC

The Softthinks Agent Service is built into many Dell laptops and computers and has the unique feature of regularly backing up files and programs on the computer. This service has proven useful in many Windows operating systems to restore the system in case of damage.

The problem is that the Softthinks agent service is sometimes configured to perform backups, or it has a trigger that causes it to back up all files on the computer. This means that it uses up to 100% of the hard drive capacity for at least two hours. read more

How to Troubleshoot Windows Host Process Rundll32 High Disk and Cpu Usage Problem

The Windows operating system consists of millions of components, including applications, processes, drivers, and more than meets the eye. Even when your system is idle, there are thousands of processes running in the background that you may not even notice. Are there times when your system seems to be running slowly, even when you’re not using an active application?

As soon as our device performance drops, the first thing we do is look in the Windows Task Manager, right? Rundll32 is an annoying process that eats up CPU load and slows down your device. To keep this process from affecting the performance of your device, we offer you some workarounds. read more

How to Troubleshoot ‘Remote Procedure Call’ High CPU and Disk Usage on Windows PC

The “Remote Procedure Call failed and did not execute” error is a problem indicating problems with the Remote Procedure Call. The procedure failed on various Windows devices as well as on 7, 8, and even 10 systems. This problem prevents the user from opening documents and photos or even launching Windows applications and using operating system functions.

What causes ‘Remote Procedure Call’ High CPU and hard drive usage?

  • OneDrive is known to cause high CPU usage in many cases. It is constantly synchronizing with the cloud server, and if not configured correctly, this causes a high hard drive load.
  • Windows also use the RPC protocol when searching for updates. Even if you have updates installed on your computer, Windows is constantly looking for other available updates to download. Sometimes this can continue and cause high CPU/hard drive load.

How to eliminate the high CPU and hard disk load when using “Remote Procedure Call”?

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How to Repair High CPU and Disk Usage by Wmpnetwk.exe on Windows 7 PC

Wmpnetwk.exe is an internal system process responsible for connecting the built-in media player to an external network. In fact, this service is useless unless you are streaming music or video over the Internet using Windows Media Player.

You usually only see wmpnetwk.exe in Windows 7, as it is disabled by default in Windows/8/8.1/10. It’s not a resource-intensive process, but some users complain that wmpnetwk.exe uses about 70% of the resources in Task Manager.

Why does wmpnetwk.exe use so much CPU and hard disk space?

A virus or trojan horse could disguise itself as a legitimate wmpnetwk.exe program file to infect your computer. If the file is outside this folder, it is most likely a malicious program disguised as wmpnetwk.exe. read more

How to Repair High CPU and Memory Usage by Wsappx on Windows PC

Wsappx is a process that runs in the background on your Windows 10/8 computer as part of the Windows Store and Microsoft’s Universal Application Platform.

Most often, wsappx consists of two separate background services – AppX Deployment Service (AppXSVC) and Client License Service (ClipSVC) in Windows 10. If you are using Windows 8, you will see AppXSVC and WSService (Windows Store Service).

Wsappx is used to install, update, and uninstall Store apps, so you won’t need them anymore after you install all the updates. read more