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NTVDM CPU error - svchost.exe


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Greetings to everyone!
2 days ago, a strange new error occurred on mah PC, it pops up in almost every hour.

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I think it's quite familiar for ya - NTVDM CPU encountered an illegal operation. And the strange thing is, the svchost.exe is the original one. Yep, I checked whether or not there is a fake svchost.exe (a possible spyware-adware), but no, it's the original. It seems my computer is tryin' to run somethin' in every hour in DOS mode, which has relation to svchost.exe.

I took a look at the Events log also. Every time before this three error messages appear (yup, three in the same time), the Windows tries to open files named AT14.JOB , AT38.JOB, AT62.JOB. Windows reports that the system could not find these files. I believe this is why I get three error messages about svchost.exe.

Here are the running processes of mine:

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I really don't know what could be the error, but it's constantly ruining my daily operations and schelude, and I'd be most graceful if I could find a solution how to devastate this. Any good ideas, folks?
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Ok, problem solved. It was a spyware-generated scheluded task trying to run 3 caught & deleted files. Nothing to worry 'bout.
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Hi Reactor

Glad you got your problem fixed. In the future for us who do not speak your language could you translate the screenshots into English.
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Of course. Sorry I didn't had enough time to translate everything properly, but most Hungarian texts are doesn't really matter at all. If you open your Task Manager, it'll be quite significant which title means what.

But OK, I'll set the language to ENG next time.
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