Windows XP won't update as SVCHOST eats all the CPU cycles 
If the windows update service is run, or the updates are invoked with ms explorer throuhg update page, cpu load goes high.

you may get rid of the problem by installing updaes manually. get usefull utility which allows you to donwload updates by hand and. Grab the list of updates from the same page (after downoading double click on icon). Then run the utility and let it download the updates.

After all is downloaded, then sort the updates by date and start with the manual running each single one. You probably wont have to run all of them, because after some of aupdates are installed, the native autoupdater finally wakes upa and shows the shield icon in the tray without the svchost locking the cupu.

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