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Last month McAfee posted a virus definition update that flagged SVCHOST.EXE as a virus. This is my story of what happened.
Windows needs svchost.exe to live. It’s like removing the transmission or engine of a car. Without it, each of those workstations, at best, had no networking capabilities or, even worse, were unable to boot entirely. You need svchost.exe, otherwise you are not going anywhere. On Wednesday morning, our help desk started logging a high volume of calls in which our drive-through computer was rebooting and not loading back into Windows XP properly.


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