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    ccApp.exe (XP pro)

    Help,
    Keep getting ccApp.exe not responding, What is ccApp and how do I cure it, if i press altctrl delete to open open running applications shows ccApp not responding etc. if i leave to load My Norton Internet security does not load and I cant load it as
    windows informs me i have not got administrator rights I am the only user of the computer. If I reboot it might load everything first time but sometimes it takes a few reboots Any Help!
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    Re: ccApp.exe (XP pro)

    ccApp.exe is an essential part of Norton AntiVirus 2003/2004. If it "hangs", there may be a conflict with your firewall. See this article on the Symantec site.

    It is also possible that your computer is slowed down by spyware/malware. See KenK's <!post=Anti Adware / Spyware / Hijack,296439>Anti Adware / Spyware / Hijack<!/post> for a list of free programs you can download and use to check your computer.

    Hopefully, other Loungers will have more suggestions.

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    Re: ccApp.exe (XP pro)

    Les,
    Check to see if ccApp.exe is in your Crogram filescommon filessymantec shared folder.
    Also look for it in your start up, by going to start>run> type "msconfig" and click startup tab. make sure it has a check mark in it's box.

    Did you just install Norton? If not you may have try re-installing it.
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    Re: ccApp.exe (XP pro)

    Just a little more info regarding ccapp.exe. Copied from the Symantec site.

    ccApp is an important part of the protection that Norton AntiVirus (NAV) or Norton Internet Security (NIS) provides and should not be disabled at startup.

    ccApp.exe is the common hosting application that is used by both NAV and NIS. It calls the different program features in NAV and NIS. For example, in NAV, if Auto-Protect and Email Scanning are enabled, then ccApp.exe makes sure that those programs are running. If ccApp is disabled, then Auto-Protect and Email Scanning will not run.

    If you have already disabled ccApp.exe, then follow the steps in the document Auto-Protect does not load after installing Norton AntiVirus and then restarting the computer to re-enable the program.

    If you disabled ccApp.exe because it appears to be using excessive CPU time, read ccApp.exe appears to be using excessive system resources to solve the problem
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    Re: ccApp.exe (XP pro)

    Hans V And Bob,
    Sorry not got back sooner, read all your comments and suggestions , still couldn't cure it some times it would load then it would not. I have today reinstalled NIS at moment working OK will let you know what happens.
    Cheers

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