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I also set FF to clear cookies and the cache when FF closes.I'll keep you all updated...I have encountered the same problem, with avp.exe registering 99% CPU in the Task Manager. Advertisement Warlord Jimmy Thread Starter Joined: Jul 10, 2007 Messages: 95 Hey For a few days now I've been having problems with the kaspersky process "avp.exe" - which has been (according Flying Ace 29.11.2011 05:21 QUOTE(richbuff @ 28.11.2011 19:23) Did you install on top of the old version?Please un and re install Kaspersky: Uninstall Kaspersky > reboot > re install Kaspersky > on normal usage you should see two avp.exe proccesses, one is the service part and the other the gui, jx anti virus software mohammad Kaspersky Anti-Virus (Kaspersky Internet Security 6.0) See

It did fine. I'm going to clean out my Temp folders again, too. Mark i have this on my computer and avg and spybot have both read it as adware n' im not sure how to remove it but i think it is related See also: Link MK Kaspersky is the best VauGheR could be a trojan or kaspersky anti-virus, cuz it don't make sence that it would be using 95% of my cpu (an

When a file or directory is misused or damaged, the application as a whole may be unable to load. Recommended: Identify avp.exe related errors If avp.exe is located in a subfolder of the user's profile folder, the security rating is 39% dangerous. I have another 10 months to go.

If it's located in c:\windows, stop stop the process and just delete it. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Intermittently when playing games cpu usage would spike to 100% for around 30 seconds. Exactly like all of the others.

The program has no visible window. So far it's running normal. I was captivated and expected it to explode but after it went on for a minute or more I went into the detailed log and saw it was a Rootkit Scan. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/solved-kasperskys-avp-exe-causing-problems.823670/ Avp.exe is able to hide itself and monitor applications.

When that happens, they can be very difficult to detect and remove, but using a comprehensive system scan usually detects them and allows you to safely remove them. It's used to let HP fix things remotely. Thread Status: Not open for further replies. In KAV 2011 and 2015, “Avp.exe” had issues consuming CPU, (up to 99%), said to be fixed in 2016.

Reccomend different suite if doing printing to HP or Copiers Bob I have about 20 of these running in my task manager, and I dont have kapersky at all. http://www.file.net/process/avp.exe.html Recently I started running Task Manager minimized so I can see the CPU Usage in the system tray. I have Deleted Karspersky Security Ware 2011 Christopher Vaz makes the computer slow. Be very cautious when downloading system files from third-party websites as they may contain additional software that you would install without knowing.

But I'm guessing the new version of Kaspersky no longer allows the Malwarebytes program, as it uninstalled that before reinstalling.Yes, it is removed automatically before when installing 2012, but you can Warlord Jimmy, May 3, 2009 #4 ketsueki13 Joined: Jun 13, 2004 Messages: 358 Killwind, unless infected, is actually meant to be part of HP's utilities, but can be used by a I've never had kaspersky installed so I'm pretty sure it's malware disguising itself. Reboot after that and see if this have any effect.

Advertisement Recent Posts Help, Screen is having issues managed replied Feb 1, 2017 at 4:26 PM Legit or a scam? I changed it back to 50 MB max and also to override automatic cache management. im running kaspersky (unfortunately) and this file is in this case a part of the anti virus program. Invision Power Board © 2001-2017 Invision Power Services, Inc.

I've never had kaspersky installed so I'm pretty sure it's malware disguising itself. There I am minding my own business, playing a game and then all of a sudden everything slows down. It takes in excess of 24 hours to run any spyware or virus scans and no threats have been found.

Didier Stevenshttp://blog.DidierStevens.comhttp://DidierStevensLabs.com SANS ISC Handler Microsoft MVP 2011-2016 Consumer Security Back to top #4 quietman7 quietman7 Bleepin' Janitor Global Moderator 47,198 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Virginia, USA Local time:04:42 PM Posted

The graphical user interface is handled by “avpui.exe”. Staff Online Now Cookiegal Administrator eddie5659 Moderator valis Moderator Advertisement Tech Support Guy Home Forums > Software & Hardware > All Other Software > Home Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums You also have an old version of Java. See also: Link Shadrach so I buy a security program so my PC will not get infected by a program which runs all the time and makes it REALLY SLOW.

But if I started the backup again the same thing would happen.After all kinds of trials and reboots I finally tried to run just the backup on C:. After looking through some other help forums I started to follow some steps which some other users had suggested (including running ATF-Cleaner). If the above steps fail to resolve the issue, it may be due to outdated hardware or software. Then if I proceed to start up Kaspersky manually a further two instances of "avp.exe" appear in task manager, one lsited as SYSTEM process and the other as the user.

It usually catches my eye if I'm looking at the screen. After you clean install version 2012, do a databases update > reboot.Thank you. Read also the 72 reviews. 3239 users ask for this file. 46users rated it as not dangerous. 7users rated it as not so dangerous. 10users rated it as neutral. 12users rated trev It is kaspersky Anti virus.

As to the question is avp.exe malicous? KIS User. Also interesting is that even though Task Manager tells me that my CPU is running at 90%+, I cannot here anything working hard inside the computer, the Hard Drives are running Instructions Step 1: Download the free Avp.exe scanner Step 2: Scan your computer Step 3: Click "Fix All" and you're done!

I wasn't even sure what was causing it since the task manager would show the high cpu usage but no listed program would be showing any activity. This allows you to repair the operating system without losing data. When this happens, the AntiVirus program may be unable to recognize the dangers hidden within the file. If you actually have a HP, it wouldn't have been bad to leave it be.

Therefore the technical security rating is 37% dangerous, however you should also read the user reviews. It's used to let HP fix things remotely. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Tends to not like to interact well with other firewalls though, and like all anti-virus you shouldn't have 2 different types installed or else they'll conflict.

avp.exe if situated in C; program files is a virus thats eats up ur RAM and hence system becomes really slow. I have used Process Explorer to determine an avp.exe file is responsible for 94- 98% of the usage. Is a process related to kaspersky. I deleted the files and then my backup program ran normally.

And closing everything on my computer (even KIS) would not stop this high CPU usage.