Svchost.exe can be infected with viruses and or hiding virus activity. The svchost program in Windows 7 is there to help .dll files run. DLL files are generally used for things like drivers and system management in many ways. As .dll files are not executable like .exe files it comes down to SVChost to host and manage running these utilities. Since the svchost is managing and running dozens of necessary programs it is frequently hijacked to run viruses, spyware, malware and other computer infections.
There can also be multiple instances of svchost.exe running at the same time, this can be normal Windows 7 system activities and it could also be a computer virus. It is really hard to determine from a glance whether the system is infected or not. If your system is extremely slow, unresponsive, freezes often, or even blue screens regularly there is a good chance you have caught a svchost virus. This type of virus can come with many symptoms and can be damaging in dozens of ways; everything from data damage to cyber-crime.
Yes the Svchost viruses can be successfully removed from the Windows 7 operating system. As there can be many types of viruses infecting the svchost.exe program removal can be complicated and time consuming for most users. As Svchost is a shell program operating many utilities the Windows 7 operating system could contract Trojans, rootkits, and boot sector viruses that can be particullary damaging to computer systems and notoriously difficult to remove as most of these viruses gain administrative access to the victims computer system resulting in corruption of the Windows operating system.
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Yes Windows 7 can be repaired after the system is completely cleaned and free of viruses and other infections. It is important to restore Windows 7 to a healthy and secure state immediately after successful virus removal. The operating system will stay unsecure, vulnerable, and unstable after a virus has been removed.
To bring Windows 7 back to a healthy state it is common that the system registry, system tools, firewalls, and anti-virus programs will need to be re-enabled, repaired, and updated to insure that your computer will not crash or become infected shortly after removing the virus. Taking these steps will not only insure your computer files and personal information are safe from crashing and cyber thief's, they will also drastically improve and restore computer performance and speed.