FIX: BSvc processor has stopped working, please close the program

The error “BSvc processor has stopped working, please close the program” has been linked to be caused by the Bing Bar in some cases, we weren’t able to confirm this, but since the high number of people calling this a solution, we would like to share it with you. This problems seems to be occurring on Windows 7 and Windows Vista for some users.

However It origin might be a System Utilities program. Therefor we suggest you remove that program first.

Remove any PC Optimalization and Utilities programs.

1. Open Control Panel

2. Click on Programs

Control Panel: Programs

3. Click on Uninstall a Program

Now go trough the list, and remove any program designed to tweak, optimize or provide system tools. After that, reboot your computer and check if the error still occurs, if it does, then continue with the next step.

Remove the BING Bar from your computer

Another cause for this error (BSvc processor has stopped working, please close the program), is like we said in the beginning of the article, the bing bar. We suggest you repeat the steps from the previous article, and remove the Bing Bar.

After you removed the Bing Bar, reboot your machine and look if the error occurs again, if it does then continue with the next step.


Clean Boot your Device

Make sure that no other services are causing this issue (BSvc processor has stopped working, please close the program), we suggest you clean boot your device. You can do that reading this guide. The guide is designed for Windows 10, however the steps are still the same for Windows Vista and Windows 7.

After completing the guide, reboot your device and see if the problem still occurs. If it does then make sure your computer is not infected with malware.


Make Sure your Device is not Infected

We are not very sure where this problem (BSvc processor has stopped working, please close the program) comes from, and can’t find it on the web, we only found programs that might cause the error like Bing Bar. Therefor I suggest you run a full anti-malware scan on your system to be sure your not infected with any nasty software. You can find a selection of excellent programs to run here

1. Download MalwareBytes from the original website

2. Install the MalwareBytes and then, if it asks, update the program.

3. After the program is installed and updated if necessary, run a scan by clicking on Scan Now

4. Wait for the scan to complete, depending on your system it’s performance this can take several minutes to hours.

5. Remove the infections from your system by following the steps given by MalwareBytes and then reboot your system.



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