Jul 03, 2006 - 01:03 PM
I would suggest that you try disabling auto-protect and rebooting twice. See if your problem remains on your second reboot. If not then I would suggest you reinstall Norton Antivirus, which would likely correct the problem. If the problem does remain then I would suggest scanning for spyware/adware, as well as running an Antivirus scan as the previous source stated that the process could also be associated with a virus.
Hopefully this will help you sovle your issue!
Jul 04, 2006 - 08:13 AM
I ran a full system scan and my computer seems to be working fine right now, it isnt jamming up anymore. But, every time I shut down it is still saying that ccApp.exe is not responding. It seems that this, whatever it is, is not working correctly. Is there any way to fix that or should I just ignore it until bigger problems happen?
Jul 06, 2006 - 07:35 AM
Jul 06, 2006 - 09:42 AM
-First, you must go to Start|Run|msconfig|Services
-Then click on "Disable All"
-Do the same for the Startup tab
-Click "Apply" then OK
-Reboot. If problem persists, re-enable the ones that you want to keep and stop here
-If your problem is solved then start re-enabling the services methodically. I'd say that enabling five at a time is a good place to start. After enabling the services, reboot again. Keep on doing this until your problem reoccurs.
-When it does, refine your method to find the exact process which is causing the issue by disabling only one service of the batch of five. If the problem dissapears once again, you know which service is causing the problem. If not, then re-enable it on next reboot and disable another one.
-Re-enable all other remaining services which you deem important. Do the same for the programs in the "startup" tab. I have found that diabling unwanted Services and Startup programs can incrase system speed and stability.
Please note that upon the first reboot your desktop will not be themed as it used to be and will be using the default Win9x theme. This is normal. It is also normal to get a popup box after you reboot. Just check "Do Not Tell me again" and say "OK".
Once you've found the service causing the problem, leave it disabled. If you need it, then post back and I'll see what I can do about fixing the problem rather than "disabling" it. I do believe that this should work, though. And to answer your last question, it is not particularly something that I would be worried about, but it is very annoying.
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