The usage of computers and other electronic devices will be at its peak in this world and users need to overuse computers, and this eventually causes overheating of all internal components. The Windows Management Instrumentation Service (WMI provider host – WMIS) provider consumes the highest amounts of the CPU.
The instrumentation service (WMI provider host – WMIS) provider consumes the highest amounts of the CPU. The system has a particular usage limitation, exceeding which causes troubleshooting issues and other discrepancies in the operating system. Windows 10 encounters troubleshooting issues most probably never due to high CPU usage.
Most of the systems, by default, the WMI runs through the main shared networking svchost process with several other services. Suppose it is a sychost process showing you high CPU usage than the Task Manager and add PID column can be used to identify which sychost process has the perfect memory usage.
The command prompt can be used to type in the task list/svc and PID number to identify whether the sychost process is running a single service or multiple services. In such situations, the best thing to do is to break it open and take a close look at whether that is the one driving up high memory usage in the shared svchost process.
In this case of the WMI service, the user can break it easily while running it’s on the sychost process by following a particular set of steps. They must open the command prompt, run a particular command ‘scconfigwinmgmt type = own’ and then restart the WMI service.
This will fix WmiPrvSE.exe WMI Provider Host High CPU. Once this is done successfully, then the users can troubleshoot the WMI provider which host high CPU usage on Windows 10. The WMI is a Windows host management process that is mainly used by the developers for monitoring purposes.
The troubleshooting error can be checked in the product environment while upgrading Windows 7 to Windows 10. During the upgrade, the CPU usage automatically spiked up, that makes the system extremely slow and starts to lag.
In order to fix the error of high CPU usage by WMI provider host users have to execute a particular set of commands in the command prompt and execute a few steps to check this issue does not occur again. Let us take a look at these steps to Fix EmiPrvSE.exe WMI provider host high CPU.
- Repair all the Corrupt Files – Users can download and install the Reimage Plus software. This software can be used to scan, repair and restore all the corrupt and missing files from the Users that can check whether the WMI Provider Host has the high CPU usage drops and if not then they can try other alternatives too.
- Restart the Windows Management Instrumentation Service – Repairing corrupt files may not work 80 percent of the times. In this case, users can employ a more efficient method to fix the troubleshooting issue. They can try restarting the WMI service itself. This will completely reset the whole Operating system and delete all data. This, in turn, will help you to reduce the CPU usage and should fix the issue. The WMI service can be reset by following a few simple steps.
- Hold down the Windows Key and then Press R. On doing so, run dialog box will come.
- Users must then type the command ‘services.msc’ in the run dialog.
- Users can then locate the WMI service from the service console. An easy way to do this is by just selecting a service and then press W to check all the services that start with the letter W.
- Now scroll down the list of services and select the WMI service.
- Right-tap on the WMI service icon and choose the Restart service option.
- This will restart the entire WMI service, and the issue will be resolved.
- The users can also stop the service if they want to, but this is not Restarting the WMI service and it will let the process start and fix the high CPU usage issue with this process.
Restart Other Associated Services
Once the service console can be used to access the system.msc command in the run dialog box, users can easily restart other associated services as well by their choice. In certain cases, there are some services other than the WMI provider host that causes high CPU usage. To restart any other services from the list of services, users can simply choose the service they want, right tap on it and select the restart service option.
Another way to do this would be to drag the mouse down to the bottom left corner, right-click on the start button. A contextual menu will open and after that check which user can choose command prompt. They will have to enter a few commands which give below, and in the command prompt to ensure that it is the process that takes place smoothly.
- net stop iphlpsvc
- net stop wscsvc
- net stop Winmgmt
- net start Winmgmt
- net start wscsvc
- net start iphlpsvc
These commands need to enter into the command prompt window by the user in that exact order to ensure that the process takes place smoothly. Once this is done, the users will need to reboot their PC and check whether the issue persists or not.
If these things won’t work, then follow the below process:
- Users can locate the process viewer and find out which process is causing the most lag and CPU usage out of the processes.
- The very first step is to open the event viewer.
- Users can tap on the Start button and then select the event viewer in the control panel.
- In Windows 10, this can be done by simply pressing the Windows Logo Key + X key to open the WinX menu.
- It will yield the event viewer.
- Open Task Manager > Services > Click on PID to arrange the processes by PID. Find the process with the matching process ID from Event Viewer. This is the process that is causing WMI high CPU Usage.
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