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Hello, so here is my problem. The last month or so I noticed that my RAM usage was quite high. So looking through my processes I noticed my svchost's were really high. Most of them are below 10k, but two really caught my eye. When my pc was at it dropoff for memory usage, one of them was just below 150k, and the other was 75k. Now they are running 70k and 50k. I was wondering if anyone could tell me the services that I don't need. Here are the services that are running with each of them:
http://i38.tinypic.com/30iyxpt.jpg
Thank you.

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Not sure if any one would advise what services you should turn off.
User preference.
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=aelookupsvc
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=AudioEndpointBuilder
You can also look here;
http://www.blackviper.com/

Adamsappleone, thank you for your genuine attempt, but you did not help me at all. I am trying to find out what services SHOULD I disable from other's experiences. And if I should check over anything else.

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Adamsappleone, thank you for your genuine attempt, but you did not help me at all. I am trying to find out what services SHOULD I disable from other's experiences. And if I should check over anything else.

You didn't say from other's experiences.

I was wondering if anyone could tell me the services that I don't need.

As in the 3rd link I gave you, under "Popular Content"
"Windows Services ~ Includes complete explanations of each service and advice on which services you can safely disable."

Only you know your machine and how it runs and I certainly would not advise you as to what services to disable on your machine, just as I would not expect some one to advise me as to what services to disable on my machine. What works for one may not work the same for you. "User Preference"

Here is another good read;
http://ask-leo.com/how_do_i_fix_this_high_cpu_usage_svchost_virus_or_whatever_it_is.html

You can also get this program which may help;
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/sysinternals/bb896653.aspx

BTW, thanks for the down vote, I appreciate it.

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i never did check on the attachemnt you posted till now ,also im just using www.google.com to find answers for you !my limited experience i cant say for sure what to do ,but i would try and disable bot for awhile ,see if you need them
the second one you have in the green box is reference to this service .
http://www.instantvista.com/application-experience.html
the first one is is talked about here.
http://www.vistax64.com/vista-performance-maintenance/56681-windows-audio-endpoint-builder-high-cpu-usage.html
taken from this google search .
http://www.google.com/search?q=audioendpointbuilder+&sourceid=ie7&rls=com.microsoft:en-ca:IE-SearchBox&ie=&oe=

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Thanks for the back-up caperjack.

The 2 links I provided in my 1st reply for Killroy7777 gave him the same result as your 2 links;

First topic on Google Search, from my 2nd link and your 2nd/3rd link.

Windows Audio Endpoint builder: high cpu usage - Vista Forums
2 posts - 1 author - Last post: Feb 5
Hello, My Vista Ultimate 32-bit install is running slowly. I realize the indexing takes awhile (175000+ items indexed and counting) and that ...
www.vistax64.com/.../56681-windows-audio-endpoint-builder-high-cpu-usage.html -

2nd topic on Google Search from my 2nd link and your 1st link

Application Experience - AeLookupSvc
Application Experience - AeLookupSvc a Windows Vista service explained here in this article.
www.instantvista.com/application-experience.html - Cached - Similar

Thanks again,

Don

EDIT: There is one thing you can check to safely disable services that I have found and is not mentioned in any "Tweaking Guide"
When in "Services", clicking on a service will give you a good description in the left pane.
Now, right click on that service and select "Properties" then click on the "Dependencies" tab, if and only if, there are NO dependencies in both boxes, then it is safe to disable with no adverse effect.

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Thanks for the back-up caperjack.

The 2 links I provided in my 1st reply for Killroy7777 gave him the same result as your 2 links;

First topic on Google Search, from my 2nd link and your 2nd/3rd link.


2nd topic on Google Search from my 2nd link and your 1st link


Thanks again,

Don

EDIT: There is one thing you can check to safely disable services that I have found and is not mentioned in any "Tweaking Guide"
When in "Services", clicking on a service will give you a good description in the left pane.
Now, right click on that service and select "Properties" then click on the "Dependencies" tab, if and only if, there are NO dependencies in both boxes, then it is safe to disable with no adverse effect.

sorry about that i have to confess i didn't click on any of them ,i searched and posted my last links based on what OP said in post #3.
i will step back, way back , and read a bit more befor i go google!
and thanks for the blackviper link ,i thought he was gone ,i remember way back in the eatrrly days of win98 when he had a dowload that would aut set the services he though we didn't need ,but of course he stopped that after a bit ,but i ran it on mine way back when

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sorry about that i have to confess i didn't click on any of them ,i searched and posted my last links based on what OP said in post #3.
i will step back, way back , and read a bit more befor i go google!
and thanks for the blackviper link ,i thought he was gone ,i remember way back in the eatrrly days of win98 when he had a dowload that would aut set the services he though we didn't need ,but of course he stopped that after a bit ,but i ran it on mine way back when

NP caperjack, just glad to see someone watching my back.
Uh, what's that saying, "great minds think alike" :D
I started using BlackViper for XP and I learned quite a bit from that and used it a little for Vista.
Now that I'm running Win7, I don't need it, but I still refer it to others in need.
Another one is http://tweakhound.com/


@killroy7777,
Glad to see you have resolved your issue, might I inquire as to how that came about?
Really not for me, just in case some one else that might come across the same problem.

Thanks

Don

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