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  1. #1
    skewsy Guest

    Default ScanningProcess.exe

    Oh please tell me someone has found an answer to the ScanningProcess.exe taking over the Memory.
    After reading the previous messages about this and the suggested fixes I installed the new Beta - guess what - SP.exe is still using 100,000 to 220,000K of memory and holding my PC to ransom. CPU is constantly at 100%.
    If this "Feature" can't be fixed - QUICKLY - I'll have to get McAfee or AVG. I rely on the PC for my work and I can't work under these conditions.
    My PC has a Celeron 3.06Ghz with 1G RAM on Windows XP SP2.


    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:8.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite

  2. #2
    skewsy Guest

    Default Re: ScanningProcess.exe Possible answer - for me

    Found the SP was targeting BitMeter. When I stop BM loading the problem with SP does not arise, in fact the "process" drops dramatically when I exit BM.
    It was certainly worse with the new Beta ZA

  3. #3
    besbaum Guest

    Default Re: ScanningProcess.exe Possible answer - for me

    Explain what "bitmeter" is?
    I have the same problem with scanningprocess.exe hogging the computer.
    I'm looking for a solution.

  4. #4
    skewsy Guest

    Default Re: ScanningProcess.exe Possible answer - for me

    Go to

    It is a bandwidth monitor which I think the ScanningProcess is unhappy with.

    I haven't heard a word from Codebox or ZA - surprise !



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    spicetrader Guest

    Default Re: ScanningProcess.exe

    I think I read all the messages on this forum about scanningprocess.exe, and I think there was not a one of them that had useful advice about how to fix this problem. scanningprocess hogs my computer (windows xp) and I have to dedicate the computer to sp while sp is running, because I can't do anything else with the computer during that time. How do I fix this problem?

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