How to Fix SVCHost Errors
SVCHost errors are a specific type of error that occurs when Windows has trouble accessing the SVCHost files on your system. SVCHost errors generally include error messages like: “The instruction at “0xxxxxxx80” referenced memory at “0x000000”. The memory could not be written.
Our recommended solution is to download and install the Repair Tool. This tool has been designed to diagnose and repair SVCHost errors while repairing the source of thousands of other PC problems, slowdown issues, and security breaches.
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Recommended: To repair SVCHost errors, use this software package: PC Cleaner Pro. This repair tool has been proven to identify and fix SVCHost errors and other Windows problems with very high efficiency.
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What causes SVCHost errors and performance problems? SVCHost errors occur due to specific problems with the SVCHost files on your system. The SVCHost files control a number of different Windows services and are required to run shared service processes. Shared service processes are unique to Windows and allow Windows programs to share resources for maximum performance and reliability. If you open Task Manager, you may notice that SVCHost.exe is running right now.
When SVCHost problems occur, they generally result in a series of performance problems across your entire system. Since Windows can no longer tell programs to share resources, your computer starts using more RAM and CPU cycles than normal. This results in slowdowns across your entire system as well as crashes, freezes, and error messages like the one listed above.
PC Cleaner Pro is specially designed to fix SVCHost errors and a number of other serious computer problems. Thanks to PC Cleaner Pro, computer users all over the world have been able to enjoy faster computer performance and maximum PC reliability. PC Cleaner Pro scans the system to look for SVCHost errors. Many of these errors have their roots in the Windows Registry. These errors may occur because Windows is trying to reference a missing, corrupt, or inaccessible file. Once the scan is complete, users can instantly fix SVCHost errors and thousands of other Windows problems with a click of their mouse button.