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Need emergency help with dw20.exe process? [closed]

recently I have deployed asp.net application to production windows server 2008.

after 10-20 min, starts dw20.exe process (Microsoft.net error reporting shim), which takes almost all CPU available which cause to very slow response of my application.

No error no exception in Event Viewer.

I right clicked on the dw20.exe process and created the dump file to analyze what causing the issue.

Then I opened this file in WidDbg. run command .loadby sos mscorwks and get Unable to find module 'mscorwks'

It looks like I'm missing something or doing it wrong.

How to determine what cause an exception in application? how to analyze DMP file created?

Is it possible to stop this service?

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