Hey, Craig:
Ccleaner sometimes solves 100% usage;  http://www.piriform.com/ccleaner

If not, try:

Good luck,
P.S. I've been using Ccleaner for a long time on Window 7 when the computer 
slows down. It's never caused problems.
Craig wrote:

> I have been fighting all evening to get Windows Update on our Windows 7
> laptop to update software. When I installed Windows 7 Home Premium, I did
> update a number of packages, but I stopped it when I needed our limited
> Internet throughput for something else
> Tonight, I initially selected all packages which needed to be updated
> (500 MB). Nothing happened. After much fiddling, I got things set to try
> again. This time I selected only one update (of a whopping 32 kB).
> Windows update first set a restore point and actually downloaded the file
> and installed it.
> I then tried with some more files and found it again would not download
> anything. I eventually rebooted the laptop, opened the Windows Task
> Manager, and then Windows Update. It again did not download anything.
> The Task Manager says that the CPU is being 100% utilized and that
> svchost.exe is the process that is doing the hogging.
> Does anyone have any suggestions? Do I need to reinstall Windows?
> Craig
> Who is being reminded why he dislikes Windows.


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