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Constant Not Responding and Very Slow! [Closed]

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Ok where to begin... My laptop had been playing up for some time now i ran antivirus programs through it. And done everything i could to try and get it working again... But with no luck! Unbearably slow constant freezing. So i decided to use Dariks boot and nuke and i reinstalled windows Xp this time Sp 3. I have a bit of a problem downloading the drivers but i got help from a very help full guy on here and i had sound etc! And.... Then it happened! After sorting out the drivers my laptop is now back to being really slow... Again i got avast security and numerous other programs but nothing comes up. It is unusable :( One thing i have noticed im not sure if this is the reason. In task manager... Processes... There is a process SVC HOST that is using 99 Cpu and that is making my Cpu at a constant 100%. If i end process well that does not help! I really hope some one can help me my make and model - Toshiba Satellite Pro L 10
Model Number: PSL15E-000801791

Thank you in advance.
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I am Pyxis and I will be assisting you with the problem at hand. Whilst I am taking the time to analyse your set of provided logs, I would like to stress the following reminders:

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