The true WmiPrvSE.exe file is a safe Microsoft Windows system process, called "WMI Component". See also: Link David Spector I also had HPTLBXFX.EXE (HP printer toolbox) which was causing wmiprvse.exe to have cyclic utilization from 0 to 100% several times a minute. (Windows XP) 3/19/2009 How on earth did you find that out and Microsoft do not seem to have a patch fix RED66 August 16, 2013 at 3:38 am Found an easy fix to this WMI is used by VS 2005.
It's not *that* dangerous. Cipher wmiprvse.exe located in C;\Windows\System32\Wbem. Two separate computers with XP Pro got the wmiprvse.exe showing up right after subscribing to a video download site. ike Think is what M$ useas to restart ur commputer when your trial time has expired on x64 nDarkDuck I don't know anything about this process, and it didn't harm my
Tried everything... Reply Maurick3 October 31, 2016 at 1:13 pm # That program does exist. But quite a few worms and trojans attack this file, I would disable it in services, I have and about it eating up memory I dont know so much about, I Huub Loete I have to WBEM folders and two sets of wmiprvse.execs.
Ask the experts! I Close it then seconds later it comes back up. Click the "Processes" tab in the Windows Task Manager window. 3. It's funny to see all these assumptions about what WMI Services are.
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Click apply and ok. Tom legit part of winxp-sp2... If it hogs your computer, buy a better one. Why It Consumes High CPU?
Gail The file is a part of MS update. http://www.file.net/process/wmiprvse.exe.html To avoid this, Wmiprvse.exe is pushed by Microsoft as a distributed host process to load a provider severally. Read more. I have to end the process every time I want to use an Office application.
If it seems to stay loaded for ever, eating memory or CPU, then your version of wmiprvse is probably not the original Microsoft version (i.e. See also: Link Dan There is nothing wrong with wmiprvse but sometimes other programs use it and in doing so make it go nuts. If so, thank you for your contribution and help towards answering my problem. A very usefull enterprise tool on a stand-alone system...
Yeah On my PC, it's the Win XP one - but its run for no good reason, getting caught by my firewall: wmiprvse.exe (cnmub5i.dll). Wmiprvse.exe Error In most cases, the occurrence of Wmiprvse.exe error indicate the fact that Wmiprvse.exe being re-written or corrupted by infections. Raj I also ended the user HPTLBXFX.EXE process (I think it's a HP printer toolbox) and the WMIPRVSE.EXE utilization goes to near zero. WmiPrvSE.exe is a trustworthy file from Microsoft.
Download the fix from MS. (link included) See also: Link Ron Ray It is used by numerous programs to run numerous ascepts under the hood, such as many windows mangement detials. Some third-party applications use the service to tie into management and monitoring services in Windows. Acutally I think it's an advertisement for Linux.
It is part of WMI, it collects performance library info, it can be disabled. Sterk Don't disable it in services, disabling OMCI will stablize system omegajohn when i start windows it eat my computer resources and cpu is at 100% 5-20 min after start ... On XP SP2, the Windows Firewall + Connection Sharing Service depends on this one. However, writers of malware programs, such as viruses, worms, and Trojans deliberately give their processes the same file name to escape detection.
Reply Gary Overton July 15, 2016 at 8:31 am # I don't Know that is helpful I seem to have this same problem and my anti-virus program blocks this as well start run type (services.msc) find (windows management instrumentation) under(start up type) disable it click (apply) click (stop), your done. Hit Enter key and you will get a little black window with flashing line/ slash. With SP2, that software is the Firewall and Security services.
Default homepage might be replaced by other unknown program without permission and change. be suspicious of the all uppercase processes, tho some of them are needed Can run with high cpu if MOM agent is installed on machine. I think it's called Ubuntu and runs on a linux-platform ^^ It's user friendly and fully programmable/customizable Reply jack September 4, 2015 at 6:18 am # please help me mine takes These comments are pointless.
When it came to again firewall told me that wmiprvse.exe had changed since the last time I used it. Solved my problems with Neverwinter Nights 2. (5-10 minute wait before the main menu appeared.) MrCrun Didn't come up until after norton ghost was installed. And for further information read up about on BlackViper's website about services and turning this off (Not recommended) J_Ohm Windows Management Instrumentation Egal No threat on its own, but a popular Thomas windows xp pro file comes with microsoft.NET.framework2.0 [2.0.50727] william Provides a common Interface - you can disable it and only a few programs won't work - just run services.msc and
Stephen You can run services to disable it. Joshua It is not necessarily dangerous. Yup yup yup I just had to update the driver on my network card. If a Stop Other Services window appears, click the "Yes" button.
After install HP tool kit, it make my PC run extremly slow. In my case after i installed ArcSoft media converter, the wmiprvse.exe process started running at 50% CPU utilisation.