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Offline Lumaan

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Re: cvtres.exe (netframework) 99%
« Reply #15 on: June 04, 2008, 08:21:40 AM »
In addition to this  message.

Adding cvtres.exe to CMF exclusion list completely solves a problem for me. It seems it's another conflict between СF and CMF.
Very similar case.
I'm with jtabos, solved my problems with cvtres.exe :BNC

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Re: cvtres.exe (netframework) 99%
« Reply #16 on: June 04, 2008, 11:14:01 AM »
workedaround for me too  (:WIN)
i had to put cmd.exe and mcbuilder.exe in the CMF 2.0.4.20 exclusionlist.
Problem "gone" remove them from the list and the problem is back.

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Re: cvtres.exe (netframework) 99%
« Reply #17 on: June 06, 2008, 01:17:30 PM »
cvtres.exe is causing me grief, too.

Vista Home Premium, SP1; Comodo 3.0.25.378.

I have no idea what is starting cvtres.exe, it seems to appear on its own. Example: I was browsing the Web (Firefox 3.0RC2), while recording a VHS tape to disk (Honestech VHS to DVD,) with my email program (Thunderbird) and WordPerfect open.

Because I've had problems with cvtres.exe for three days or so now, I have the Task Manager open to show the CPU use. Suddenly, the computer cooling fan started running faster, and the CPU use jumped from 40-50% to 100.

I closed TWO instances of cvtres.exe, and CPU use dropped back to 40-50%.

I thought that I had told Comodo to ignore cvtres.exe, but it is quite possible that I did not do so properly, as I'm not at all certain how to do that.

Thus, more detailed instructions on how to fix this problem would be appreciated, along with any hints as to what might be calling cvtres.exe. (As far as I can tell, none of the open applications use the .exe, as turning cvtres.exe off in the Task Manager has no effect on those applications.)                 

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Re: cvtres.exe (netframework) 99%
« Reply #18 on: June 10, 2008, 06:16:51 AM »
Is there any sight on this being fixed in the next release ? Any admin here ?
I have a list of 15 program's in my CMF exceptionlist now   (:SAD)
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Re: cvtres.exe (netframework) 99%
« Reply #19 on: June 10, 2008, 07:55:16 AM »
I just had this problem too with mediaportal HTPC software - using CMF, cvtres.exe was reaching 100% cpu and doing nothing - after adding to the exclude list it's fine

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Re: cvtres.exe (netframework) 99%
« Reply #20 on: July 06, 2008, 03:35:15 PM »
I also had a nightmare installing the .NET frameworks. I suspected Defense+ and BOClean but noch CMF. This is a serious bug and should be fixed ASAP! Or cvtres.exe should be predefined in the exclusion list as a workaround.
A normal user would think that the whole system went bonkers.

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Re: cvtres.exe (netframework) 99%
« Reply #21 on: October 24, 2008, 03:07:56 AM »
My CPU climbs at 80c degrees!
CVTRES.exe & other NET Framework components, was eating 100% of tue cpu resourses in a redundant cicling process.

Disable all comodo software and include cvtres into CMF exclusion list with same Cpu hog.

Uninstall CMF and the problem has gone!!!!

Win XP Pro SP3 NET I  II  III
CMF, BC, CIS Rc2

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Re: cvtres.exe (netframework) 99%
« Reply #22 on: October 26, 2008, 04:50:30 AM »
Well, having similar problems, searching for clues and this thread came up in Yahoo!

I like SharpReader for RSS feeds, but it needs dotNET. I've removed and installed dotNET 2 but the problem persists:

cvtres.exe is using 0% CPU and 40k memory BUT csc.exe is using ~50% and SharpReader won't start (the .exe is in memory but not showing). Sometimes a reboot will allow SR to start.

I don't like to keep csc.exe going like this for v. long as the CPU will get warm! (it's currently at 61C and is usually at ~35C).

One thing that was using a lot of CPU at times was .NET Runtime Optimization Service (it runs mscorsvw.exe). It is supposed to run for a short time but just kept going, so I stopped and disabled the Service.

I'd really like to know if there's a fix for this as SharpReader is v. useful.

(Using CIS, latest version, no AV).
XP Pro SP3
Comodo FW
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SAS and MBAM on-demand.

 

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