Any other junk that can be turned off? It allows you to share media. Recommended: Identify wmpnetwk.exe related errors If wmpnetwk.exe is located in a subfolder of the 5 more variants. Should you experience an actual problem, try to recall the last thing you did, or the last thing you installed before the problem appeared for the first time.
Google Search for spyware MalwareBytes (spyware removal) Other Processes ati2evxx.exe avguard.exe ccapp.exe ccsetmgr.exe defwatch.exe dit.exe em_exec.exe gearsec.exe htpatch.exe ieuser.exe jusched.exe navshext.dll nprotect.exe nvsvc32.exe nwiz.exe qttask.exe sidebar.exe webscanx.exe wmpnetwk.exe [wmpnetwk.exe in German] My computer was getting so hot and not its working so smooth. You’re done! wmpnetwk.exe should now be disabled, but if you want to be sure there is one last step you can take. or it will turn the WMP sharing service back on.
Even with it disabled, various other processes are using 4-22% of my CPU resources which doesn't seem normal (CPU can't idle much). uses a lot of my cpu for some reason. To stop go into services, find "Windows Media Player Network sharing Service", right-click = Properties; set to manual start. Svchost.exe (localservicepeernet) my cpu usage was pegged at 100%.
Currently using 12% of 1024Mb for doing virtually nothing mathias it comes up as a programme trying to acess your computers informtaion alex It's definitely part of WMP11 and it's also Wmpnetwk.exe Exploit When I disable it, everything goes back to normal. Consider me an intermediate level (in terms of knowledge) end user. The .exe extension on a filename indicates an executable file.
Now that I know it's a Windows Media Player process that's screwing me over, I can disable it and get on with my life. dave Thanks ever so much. Wmpnetwk.exe High Cpu Windows 7 I had backed up and deleted almost half, run every virus scan and cleaner out there and still my system was buzzing away 24-7. Turn Off Media Sharing Windows 7 I did not delete wmp from my system, but it is in total stealth mode again.
For example in the link people with corrupt .avi files caused an UN-ENDING cycle of Wmpnetwk.exe to consumer 50% or more of the CPUs cycle and 2x, 3x, the amount of I upload media to my computer quite often. wmpnetwk.exe was building up to over 1.3m of memory and was completely locking up my computer after a few hours. I've set the service to disabled, I don't need this thing slowing my computer just because I am lazy and want to hear music out of my tv. Dude40299films for me Windows Media Sharing
Allen George Part of Windows Media Player. Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community. Reply EssDub December 6, 2014 at 5:46 pm # Thank you. http://devstude.net/windows-7/wmpnetwk-exe-application-error.php steven Windows Media Player UHR_25 (further information) To stop go into services, find "Windows Media Player Network sharing Service", right-click = Properties; set to manual start.
Infects JPG files with "Exploit.JPEG virus (unknown)". Svchost.exe (localserviceandnoimpersonation) Now everything is smoothly and I probably shouldnt have bought the extra ram! Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account?
BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! The other laptop is her daughters laptop and obviously when I am 600 miles away, I am not on her network sharing video files. It is used to share Windows Media Player libraries. Wmpnetworksvc T Pablo Thank you for the INFO!
Dragging my ram down Alto Thanx a lot… Saved me from a sever head-ache…. microsoft should fix it. In fact, that's how I found this file. Please try the request again.
thanks. Cots There are one of two things that you can do and thats stop sharing media with other pc's or suspend the process Erik the memory it uses keep growing,ive got If you get the problem Error 1053, you need to go into sharing settings and turn off streaming, I got the same problem but after turning it off, I could then Bruce.
I appreciate the help. Additionally, according to TCPView it wasn't connected to anything externally.