Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? Pretty inconvenient if you ask me.... I am switching to McAfee and firebombing the bridge to Norton--no regrets whatsoever. it hangs my pc from shutting down by like 2-3 seconds, little bit annoying.
Commander it sux , makes my computer so slow and takes too much time to shut down vero ccApp.exe is a part of Norton Internet Security. The program is a disgrace. Does error out on shut downs often. ash This file is in auto protect of Norton.
CPU running at 100% all the time in a laptop with limited cooling is not a good thing. :-( Joseph Burke It takes a lot of CPU to run Paul Resets Michael it is impossible to kill (even with the command line taskkill and tasklist) Vince On 98 how about going into msconfig and killing it from startup? This process must always be forced to close on my win xp system, seems like a problematic file.
What can I do?? Panda prevents my PC shutting down as it keeps hanging Anne I have dual Pentium 4s both running at 3.06Ghz and it uses 99 - 100% of my CPUs, it is I Say Move on!!! Other processes idrivert.exe wot.dll ditexp.exe ccApp.exe s mqrt.dll wcescomm.exe lavasofttcpservice.dll kloehk.dll avgwdsvc.exe fbserver.exe dvdlauncher.exe [all] © file.net 10 years of experience MicrosoftPartner TermsPrivacy
If it causes problems, it is due to synergie with other programs and not CCAPP.EXE itself Jens Its a load a rubbish, I get all the same problems as above. Commander it sux , makes my computer so slow and takes too much time to shut down vero ccApp.exe is a part of Norton Internet Security. Turn of norton firewall and use windows. GOODBYE NORTON!
Then I run scan disk or play game . To prevent more memory leak also scan only incoming mail, Norton always has problems when both enabled, no need to scan both direction anyways. once up and running, restart modem and system seems OK. Very annoying.
Karen I have to wait around to "End Now" CCAPP.EXE my Windows 2000 system each time I shut it down. This was one of the Top Download Picks of The Washington Post and PCWorld. Opening applications on startup takes 10-20 minutes! happy now!!""" Spas Doutin Yes, it is necessary for Norton to run.
Run "regedit": Go to: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Run and delete ccapp value. I wonder: Is Norton using my online connection surreptitiously? Lyndon After upgrading to a 64bit Athlon from a 1800+ Athlon, you'd expect an increase in speed opening and closing windows and applications. On restart everything starts agin fine.
Norton should get their act together and stop releasing this crap file. ccApp.exe has never used more then 3% of my computers memory. It's a giant pain. If not solved, NIS will be repaced by Zonelabs ZoneAlarm.
To go out on the web I reboot the computer and go on line. finally after weeks of suffering//I get my PC back ... Also prevents clean shutdown on XP SP2.
If CCAPP is disabled, then Auto-Protect and Email Scanning will not run.
How do I get it fixed? When it is running, my PC crashes when im on the internet for too long. All I know is that I installed AdAware on my computer and I must have missed this file getting deleted, cuz now whenever I try to do a liveupdate in Norton, Sceptic It causes XP SP1 to hang on shutdown zimzam causes my cpu to almost max out j nutzz Part of Norton Anti Virus Gary See also: Link It ruins the
I have to disable it via registry. How can I erase the process? Click on the icon to the left of Antivirus Email Protection. slows my PC to almost a stand still.
Eudora connects to the mail server then doesn't do anything. don b windows keeps having to "end program" it on shutdown frank Disabling will prevent browser access to secure (https) sites. If I try and close cCapp from there, the computer just freezes - some clunking goes on inside and the light on the floppy drive flashes?! Norton is a wasted of time, Money & My Patience!!
on logout ends up not resonding causing long delay. Seems to be internet linked and must be doing some kind of 'checking' or something. Won't be renewing my subscription with Norton. once up and running, restart modem and system seems OK.
John B it and eventmgr.exe hog up to 85% of my 1.2GHz machine for minutes at a time. However, when I try to delete the file or when I try to terminate the file in Task Manager, I get a message saying access to the file is denied. Select Modify and click Next. Rick.B regularly stalls out at shutdown with not responding.
This is a university in Istambul.. Norton could do a better job. The only time I can get them to work is by killing ccApp while i play.