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Threat Assessment
Overall Risk: Low
Security: Unknown
Productivity: Critical
System Integrity: Unknown

mediahub exe error information

Description:

Mediahub exe belongs to Sonic DigitalMedia LE v7 program that many times come as a pre-installed audio-video program on many leading brands of PC.

For example, manufacturer such as Dell and Acer pre-install this program into their new desktop and laptop machines respectively.

Mediahub exe is also a part of the multimedia products of a sister company, Roxio. Again, this is another company whose products are used by many OEM PC vendors as a standard pre-installed program.

Since the mediahub exe belongs to a multimedia application, this error is mostly observed during audio/video playback and CD/DVD burning sometimes resulting in faulty CDs and DVDs. It is recommended that you download the latest upgrade of your software from Sonic/Roxio website

 

Each value under this key represents a separate group and appears as a separate instance when you are viewing active processes. Any corruption caused in the aforementioned registry hive can be a cause of mediahub exe application error.


Recommendation:

It is highly recommended to Run a Free System Scan to automatically identify and resolve the mediahub exe error, optimize memory, CPU and Internet Settings.



mediahub exe Common Error Messages

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mediahub exe General Information

Author:

Microsoft Corp.


Belongs to:

Windows Operating System


Folder Path:

%programfilescommon%\System\EService\mediahub exe


Size Reported:

728456-947000 KB



Removal and security

Fix mediahub exe Error:

Free Scan


Boost mediahub exe Performance:

Free Scan


Security Risk (1-5):

3


Virus:

No (Remove Virus)


Malware:

Likely (Remove Malware)


Trojan:

Likely (Remove Trojan)


Recent Comments

From: John ReynoldsDate: July 10, 2020

Thanks for the info guys ! I have had trouble with viruses and spyware in the last few weeks thanks to a friend who plugged his laptop into mine as a network when I was downstairs. I'm still worried obviously that I may be infected somewhere even though the virus scanners and spyware scanners are saying i'm clean. Not that i've had any symptoms recently but i'm just being cautious. Is it possible that there is a hidden exe somewhere than my virus scanners are not detecting that perhaps mediahub exe could be loading each time I load my computer?

From: MuthuDate: July 9, 2020

you should normally have quite a few mediahub exe running processes at the same time. Depends on what software you use. It's a System process.

From: HeatherDate: July 7, 2020

I've seen something similar at work. One machine had a buggy installation of Automatic Updates. It just kept on assigning more and more resources to AU (I guess, because the problem was worked around by disabling the service).

The symptom was that mediahub exe grew and grew at about +60 MB/hour and at the end of a workday it would have consumed over 400 MB of memory and constantly use 99 % of the CPU time. Needless to say, your solution fixed my mediahub exe problem.

From: RidgecatDate: July 6, 2020

When my computer was on, my cpu spikes to 100% every 3-4 seconds on and off. I've figured out that mediahub exe is causing this problem but i didn't know how to fix until I read this article. Everything looking good now.

From: Adam R.Date: July 3, 2020

When my memory usage gets too high, I naturally open one of the programs I have to refresh/restore my memory. I know that, odds are, its presence is worse on my memory than how much it frees, but it comforts me.

One thing I've found interesting is that one of the 7 mediahub exes I have running at all times is a major memory hog. We're talking upwards of 25-35 meg of memory. If I use CachemanXP to reduce its memory usage, it goes down to around 7 for a while.

If I kill this mediahub exe, I lose sound. Winamp won't play music, dings and bleeps won't bleep and ding, etc.

But the solution mentioned here is right on the money. The scanning tool fixed my registry conflicts and all the memory issues are history now. Thanks!

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