iTunes using 100% CPU, error 0×80090318 FIXED!!!!!


For some, the netsh winsock reset fix works like a charm.  (Run the command prompt and enter that string, then restart your machine.)

For me, it didn’t work and I was at wit’s end.  Then I came across an article that mentioned AVG Family Safety (formerly Bsecure software).  Apparently, something in the AVG software conflicted with iTunes and caused the CPU usage problem, as well as network errors between iTunes and the Apple servers.  This will also fix error’s like 0×80090318.

To deploy the workaround onto a 32 bit machine, please proceed as follows to rectify the situation:

1. Rename the InetCtrl67.dll library to InetCtrl67.dll.old.
This file is located in the C:\Program Files\AVG\AVG Family Safety\ folder
2. Download new library using this link https://share.avg.com/steam/PSP/32bit_InetCtrl67.zip
3. Extract content of archive to AVG Family Safety program files folder mentioned in the first step
4. Restart the computer and check the situation
- You may note some issues while using the Safari browser.
Please let us know whether the issue is rectified. Kindly mention what Internet browser is used in your reply.

To deploy the workaround onto a 64 bit machine, please proceed as follows to rectify the situation:

1.You will need to rename the InetCtrl67.dll library to InetCtrl67.dll.old in the following 2 locations,
C:\Program Files\AVG\AVG Family Safety\ And C:\Program Files (x86)\AVG\AVG Family Safety\
2.You will now need to download 2 new InetCtrl67.dll files to replace the 2 that were renamed.
It is very important that each file is placed into the specific folder(s) listed below. Not doing so can result in loss of internet connectivity.
The first InetCtrl67.dll is located here – https://share.avg.com/steam/PSP/32bit_InetCtrl67.zip extract content of archive to
C:\Program Files (x86)\AVG\AVG Family Safety\
The second InetCtrl67.dll is located here – https://share.avg.com/steam/PSP/64bit_InetCtrl67.zip extract content of archive to
C:\Program Files\AVG\AVG Family Safety\
3.Restart the computer and check the situation.
- You may note some issues while using the Safari browser.

You can get more of this info at the AVG forum support site: http://forums.avg.com/us-en/avg-forums?sec=thread&act=show&id=190891

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One Response to iTunes using 100% CPU, error 0×80090318 FIXED!!!!!

  1. Pingback: » AppleMobileDeviceService.exe high CPU Bsecure fix

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