I'll throw in an hour in fixing this. Marc Listens on ports 25 and 110, probably as part of the email scanning services. if you disable it, it will not run those things Leigh O'Neill never had a problem with it until i installed an external hard firewall after some one hacked y computer Uf! this contact form
It can appear to hang on close down as it is attempting to be the last service out to prevent Memory Viruses altering your PC's Op SYs See also: Link Paul Using the site is easy and fun. cybertech, Sep 5, 2004 #10 cybertech Moderator Joined: Apr 16, 2002 Messages: 71,960 Hi robmd, I didn't see your post at 9:28 this am until now. I thought it may be due to a prog trying to update, but I cant find anything set to autoupdate (unless I'm missing something basic). http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/ccapp.exe.html
Computer doesn't shut down properly 90% of the time. rjsnorg Uses 31MB in XP Pro SP2, hardly earth shattering It uses all available resources under WinXP, slowing the hell out of my machine. I run 100 to 300 processes normally, browsing, games, graphics software, cad programs, very demanding things as well as the mundane, on a 1.4 celeron, xp, 40G hd, and 512 memory, lp It cause my WinXp to crash upon start up.
seems to be a part of norton antivirus, usually has trouble closing on shutdown, used a lot of memory darcy Any program can potentially interact with another program. Only downside is NIS has to relearn all my specific allows and not allows. Must end task to unfreeze start button. It worked great, computer shut down quickly.
It does slow my PC and always has to be forced to end when shutting down. This .exe is part of Nortons security program. Here is what I have: Process running shown by SIW: PID Image Name Version Name Parent PID Threads Priority Window Title Creation Time Running Time Kernel Time User Time Size File https://www.experts-exchange.com/questions/23153866/How-to-kill-a-running-program-not-in-task-manager.html Read also the 491 reviews. 1019 users ask for this file. 176users rated it as not dangerous. 38users rated it as not so dangerous. 130users rated it as neutral. 72users rated
Li its a part of Noton Antivirus and you can also see it aprart from task manager while closing win xp as End Program - ccApp mohan Ccapp is a royal As a guest, you can browse and view the various discussions in the forums, but can not create a new topic or reply to an existing one unless you are logged I've also run CCleaner and it's tried to remove the leftovers from uninstalled Norton and Spybot - didn't work. No system performance issues (CPU idling around 5%) - no memory hogging by ccapp (53MB).
plusaf Central to functioning of Norton AntiVirus, Personal Firewall, Internet Security. http://www.lavasoftsupport.com/index.php?/topic/7314-cannot-stop-iexploreexe-from-running/ having to uninstall a product and reboots SHOULD NOT have happen. On the Advanced tab, click Reset. 3. For example, in Norton AntiVirus, if Auto-Protect and Email Scanning are enabled, then ccApp.exe makes sure that those programs are running.
Ray ccApp is the per session hosting application. weblink Surti I do know that it's used for Norton Antivirus now, I thought it was spyware. ACE utilitys it is great on xp cleans up registry defrags it well and has a lot of other great utilitys that workedas well as any app ive ever used and cannot stop IEXPLORE.EXE from running Started by pad780 , Feb 20 2007 04:49 AM Prev Page 2 of 2 1 2 Please log in to reply 31 replies to this topic
I was probably unclear in my first post, though. Slows computer immensely. Failure to reboot normally (not into safe mode) will prevent MBAM from removing all the malware. navigate here Suggested Solutions Title # Comments Views Activity Installing Exchange 2007 in Exchange 2003 environment 7 59 142d PXE question 7 72 133d implementing group policy without server reboot 9 53 98d
Clean all in the Opera section if you use it. I loaded AVG 7.1 for a free trial period and like it enough to pay for it after the trial is over. Eats resources, especially with iTunes running.
It registers with the OS to recieve info about anything from opening files to sending an e-mail to accessing a web site. You can find a tool at this link : http://www.cexx.org/lspfix.htm Please, read the lspfix.txt before. Charlotte Whiting While NAV is checking a file, ccapp.exe uses more CPU. JRBeaman add page file (ie ram memory) everytime it scans something.
link for more info OrnThorpe ccApp is more than a memory hog as discussed at http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/ccapp.exe.html. Kaz H It is a part of Norton Antivirus and Firewall. DOS Man not responding window appears when I shut down in XP. his comment is here I yawn in the face of Norton and step back to ZoneAlarms firewall. [I think I just heard a whimper of joy from my PC.] If this is an essential part
it hangs my pc from shutting down by like 2-3 seconds, little bit annoying. I'm switching to McAfee Knedeepinlif Something to do with emails - but i can't turn it off - task manager won't allow me to do so. LiveUpdate in Norton AntiVirus don't help. This significantly reduces system speed to the point of which I ask myself what was the point of upgrading the CPU???
This feature is part of autoprotect though so unless you want to be vurnerable there is not problem turning it off person CCAPP.EXE is part of the norton (symantec) internet security. Back to top #3 pad780 pad780 Member Members 19 posts Posted 22 February 2007 - 03:17 AM Hi,Thank you for helping.