Then its ok. Translated Content This is machine translated content Login to Subscribe Please login to set up your subscription. This is an essential system process and should not be removed. It was showing that the CPU would start running wildly each time I logged on.
CaptCarrot dangerous to XP system operation since it hogs system brutally which can heat up processor as indicated by another reporter. Can be annoying if you start trying to use your PC while the indexing is running as takes a little time to give back system resources. No, it is not. Even for serious problems, rather than reinstalling Windows, you are better off repairing of your installation or, for Windows 8 and later versions, executing the DISM.exe /Online /Cleanup-image /Restorehealth command.
I used to not let this run, but lateley I've got it going, as it does speed up my PC searches drasticly. MaryLou It's a useless resource hog and "end Task" doesn't hurt anything on XP sp3. Preview post Submit post Cancel post You are reporting the following post: Should "cisvc.exe" run? It can be potentially dangerous however, if you are using an application that uses lots of power, and CiSvc decides to start indexing, it can heat your cpu to over 70*C.
Why? Go to our recommended software page and download ESET NOD32. The culprit was a service (program) called "cisvc. This means running a scan for malware, cleaning your hard drive using cleanmgr and sfc /scannow, uninstalling programs that you no longer need, checking for Autostart programs (using msconfig) and enabling
Chris microsoft, indexing service, can be enabled and disabled in "F3" search dialog Wes I always immediately shut down this program whenever I start my computer up. I was afraid my paperwork by the exhaust port was going to catch on fire. As mentioned above, it may take a little time to give beack the recourses, but for me right now it's worth it. http://windows-exe-errors.com/how-to-fix-cisvc-exe-high-cpu-usage/ Windows Indexing Service is now disabled on your computer.
Assen I agree with John & MaryLou. Click to Run a Free Scan for cisvc.exe related errors Cisvc.exe file information Cisvc.exe process in Windows TaskManager The process known as Content Index service belongs to software Microsoft Windows Operating Other processes avkbap64.exe clrcengine.dll arccon.ac cisvc.exe searchsettings.exe imfsrv.exe icon09db8a851.exe pctbrowserdefender.dll zeoniefavclient.dll complitly.dll trueimagemonitor.exe [all] © file.net 10 years of experience MicrosoftPartner TermsPrivacy Even after completely denying access through Comodo Firewall I still couldn't delete it.
Why? http://ccm.net/contents/459-cisvc-cisvc-exe Disabled the indexing services under file search and CPU usage dropped from 100% to 2% Steve can seriously slow down a system See also: Link M Unas Just kill this process. All comments about Cisvc.exe: Often authentic microsoft tool, but same name can be used by a keylogger. Don't have a SymAccount?
The program is not visible. runs constantly ByggB I only know i've never seen it before, I just endtask it for now. A reboot into safemode was required to remove the file. This program is an essential system process and should not be removed.We strongly recommend that you run a FREE registry scan to identify cisvc.exe related errors.
Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. This will stop recreating the original cisvc.exe. And hearing the fan running constantly was annoying, along with the fear of possible hardware damage, and wasted electricity. faites-le maintenant!
It's part of Indexing service See also: Link Aris This is a normal service to manager Indexing services. Bryan Creates a plethoria of Page Faults Attila the Snail It is Microsofts Indexing Service, not dangerous, just annoying See also: Link JHSL cisvc.exe is a process that belongs to the Still looking for solution!
I could have fried an egg on my laptop until I set indexing services to manual startup. If you see two instances of this in task manager you probably have a keylogger. Your_Name_Here Often "takes over" CPU when you need it the most! This will stop recreating the original cisvc.exe.
If it is automatic, change it to manual and it won't bother you again. No Yes Microsoft PartnerSilver Application Development file.net Deutsch Home Files Software News Contact What is cisvc.exe? Poison for the synchronisation which needs constant access to the CPU! This is an essential system process and should not be removed.
If it bothers you, turn off Indexing Servies, under the Find feature, as mentioned. runs constantly ByggB I only know i've never seen it before, I just endtask it for now. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. The real Cisvc.exe process is to ensure that the Windows indexing service does not over utilize your computer's memory (RAM) and CPU resources.
Security Rating: --- don't know --- 1 (not dangerous) 2 3 (neutral) 4 5 (dangerous) Your opinion about this file: Web page with more details: Your first name: More process I used to not let this run, but lateley I've got it going, as it does speed up my PC searches drasticly. It never showed up on any scan until today. So, I launched Task Manager to see which program was running so much.
Then its ok.