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svchost eats my CPU

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I've found that one of my svchost processes takes up my processor's power. When the service is on, my computer is very slow, and I can do anything at all really. The only way for me to stop it is to stop the process from the taskmanager. Any idea what this might be?

I've tried looking it up, and i think it's because i'm using Hamachi, a progrem which simulates LAN over internet (used to play games, adds an entirely new virtual network adapter, maybe it adds an svchost process for it aswell?)

Any suggestions? Help greatly appreciated!
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