Windows computer slow due to high mscorsvw.exe CPU usage

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  1. Thought the big update went smoothly, so I got careless and let the Restore Point I needed get overwritten

    The problem I had was subtle but bad, so I have just spent 3 hours with Computer Associates remotely reinstalling my Internet Suite, losing my last FREE reinstall

    Lesson learned, make sure your Restore Point BEFORE your last M$ update is saved for at least a week — I noticed things just did not work properly and by the weekend, I suspected the update — Then it was too late, for I had lost the Restore Point I needed — From now on, when M$ wants to update, I shall do a Restore Point before I allow it

  2. Same thing as comment above. I didnt create any restore point, and here I am with slow transfers, my usbs not working, and above it all, it takes thousand years for my computer to recognize my HDD. Even playing videos on my pc is catastrophic.
    The only solution im left with is to do a complete system restore. I think Im done with the windows SPs updates

  3. U need to run CMD as admi. that means you need to type CMD right-click the CMD program when shown and select “run as admin…” THEN you can do it. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. What do you mean by specify the above path and type the following command? Can you be more clear? Do I have to type the whole navigated path on CMD?

  5. Hi again,
    I typed the command as suggested, but I didn’t restart the computer. The only thing I noticed was CMD did not recognize the command. But after a while, the appearance of my windows screen changed, processor got faster, and the transition between tabs also became much smoother. I just have no idea what happened after I typed those commands, but something really changed about the overall performance and appearance also.

  6. you have to write this @ cmd prompt….. “cd C:WINDOWSMicrosoft.NETFrameworkv2.0.50727” and then “ngen.exe executequeueditems”

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