Local System Network Restricted

Posted: 10-06-2008, 01:55 AM
I am running Vista Home Premium, 64 bit version. My computer has been very
slow for about 5-6 minutes after startup with constant disk access. I have
used the Reliability and Performance option under Administrative tools and
find that after about 2-3 minutes after startup, the only thing appearing is
numerous SVC|HOST calls with the (Local System Network Restricted) very
active. I am at a loss to debug any further. It is beyond my meager
capabilities. Can someone give me a clue as to what may be going on?

Local System Network Restricted


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schobe
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Re: Local System Network Restricted
Posted: 01-22-2009, 05:00 PM

Don;853542 Wrote:
> I am running Vista Home Premium, 64 bit version. My computer has been
> very
> slow for about 5-6 minutes after startup with constant disk access. I
> have
> used the Reliability and Performance option under Administrative tools
> and
> find that after about 2-3 minutes after startup, the only thing
> appearing is
> numerous SVC|HOST calls with the (Local System Network Restricted) very
> active. I am at a loss to debug any further. It is beyond my meager
> capabilities. Can someone give me a clue as to what may be going on?
I have had the same problem repeatedly and have seen no responses
elsewhere on the internet. I am also looking for this answer. My system
profiles are in my profile. I have to use a memory scrubber to force
Vista to release the same SVC/HOST function. If anyone knows why this is
repeatedly happening, any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks, and God
Bless!


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schobe
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Re: Local System Network Restricted
Posted: 02-05-2009, 06:12 AM
I have the same problem. I thought it was a game I just installed
"Frontlines: Fuel of war" so i uninstalled the game and I still the same
problem. Svchost is running at about 50% cpu and slowing everything down. I
have the same "localsystemnetworkrestricted" problem. I will have to check
my vista computer at work because i have noticed the cpu is running high as
well. I'll bet I have the same problem at work.

"schobe" wrote:
>
> Don;853542 Wrote:
> > I am running Vista Home Premium, 64 bit version. My computer has been
> > very
> > slow for about 5-6 minutes after startup with constant disk access. I
> > have
> > used the Reliability and Performance option under Administrative tools
> > and
> > find that after about 2-3 minutes after startup, the only thing
> > appearing is
> > numerous SVC|HOST calls with the (Local System Network Restricted) very
> > active. I am at a loss to debug any further. It is beyond my meager
> > capabilities. Can someone give me a clue as to what may be going on?
>
> I have had the same problem repeatedly and have seen no responses
> elsewhere on the internet. I am also looking for this answer. My system
> profiles are in my profile. I have to use a memory scrubber to force
> Vista to release the same SVC/HOST function. If anyone knows why this is
> repeatedly happening, any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks, and God
> Bless!
>
>
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> schobe
>
 
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