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This seems to be the solution over here : You may not have a floppydisk station, where the option that Norton should scan this station at shutdown is probably enabled. on all three of my computers!! Support - About. I checked my CPU with Coreinfo, it does have support for Streaming SIMD Extensions 2. navigate here

Spyware, Viruses, & Security forum About This ForumCNET's spyware, viruses, & security forum is the best source for finding the latest news, help, and troubleshooting advice from a community of experts. I am running Win XP, SP3 with Pentium Dual Core CPU E6500 @ 2.93GHz Is this a problem with ver 20? Running v. on a Dell XPS 400 with XP Sp3. After you have done this, you may reinstall your Norton product.

ccSvcHst.exe - Application error The instruction at "0x059a2df" referenced memory at 0x059a2df" the memory could not be written. Still nothing has worked.I am thinking about uninstalling Norton for good & going with something else. I did not have this problem on the previous version. CCsvchst.exe is a perfectly valid and legitimate file.

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Still getting the error. Timing may not be a problem. Register a free account to unlock additional features at BleepingComputer.com Welcome to BleepingComputer, a free community where people like yourself come together to discuss and learn how to use their computers. IMO that was bad advice and they were asking me to go online for the long periods of time Chat takes without any firewall or AV protection.

If LiveUpdate will find no necessary updates, you might want to try to run the autofix tool (online) and require IE browser:http://www.symantec.com/home_homeoffice/support/index_ts.jsp Flag Permalink Reply This was helpful (0) Collapse - A team member, looking for a new log to work may assume another HJT Team member is already assisting you and not open the thread to respond.That is why I have I have lost countless hours in an attempt to fix these issues without the need to reformat the drive and reinstall SIX YEARS worth of software/application and personal settings/preferences.Folks, its time AFAICT when NIS fails to load properly you also don't get its icon in the System Tray.  BUT ...

Disable this option, if you do not have a floppydisk station, also disable this in your bios. I am going to assist you with your problem.Please refrain from making any changes to your system (updating Windows, installing applications, removing files, etc.) from now on as it might prolong The file is not a Windows core file. As far as Windows terminating NIS during shutdown, there is a very small risk that it could effect NIS but you're probably safe.

This is now becoming really annoying. http://www.exe-error-fixes.com/fix-ccsvchstexe-error-windows-shutdown/ by stingree69 / January 17, 2007 1:54 PM PST In reply to: CCsvchst.exe error message during shutdown .. Please post in the forums so others may benefit as well.Unified Network of Instructors and Trusted Eliminators Back to top #4 psyclone psyclone Topic Starter Members 11 posts OFFLINE Local Running v. on a Dell XPS 400 with XP Sp3.

I don't think it is essential, but will have to do more research before deleting the files in the Norton Management folder. check over here Please look for the yellow envelope icon ( ) in the upper right hand corner of any community page.   Vineeth-- n2009user27 Regular Contributor5 Reg: 04-Dec-2008 Posts: 236 Solutions: 2 Kudos: Vineeth n2009user27 Regular Contributor5 Reg: 04-Dec-2008 Posts: 236 Solutions: 2 Kudos: 37 Kudos0 Re: ccSvcHst error on shut down Posted: 15-Feb-2010 | 2:36AM • Permalink Hi Vineeth, I changed the value Corporate greed and irresponsibility has gotten out of control.

collie21 Contributor4 Reg: 07-Mar-2012 Posts: 39 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 5 Kudos0 Re: CCSVCHST stops responding on shutdown Posted: 31-Oct-2012 | 4:17AM • Permalink I should probably mention that I have an Coreinfo v3.31 Attached is the Coreinfo txt output file from my PC's CPU, an Intel i5-650 . I REFUSE to pay Symantec a penny to fix the issues that their software created and/or failed to prevent! his comment is here There explanation is that XP/SP will not allow the ccsvchst.exe to be removed.

I purchased N 360 in good faith, with the assumption that it would prevent me from having issues that might compromise my computer. I am running Win XP, SP3 with Pentium Dual Core CPU E6500 @ 2.93GHz Is this a problem with ver 20? Consider this for next year.

I did a complete uninstall using the removal tool, then reinstalled.  Thought it was helping, but back to the same today.  Wish I had read this thread, first, I probably would

Many users also complain that programs frequently freeze up due to high CPU consumption by this process. I guess if I need to scan a disk, I can do so manually thru Norton. Have attached the log file.Hello psyclone,We ask that once you have posted your log and are waiting, please DO NOT "bump" your thread or make further replies until it has been Can you please let me know the Norton product version you have?To find the version number, open the Norton product, and then click Support > About.Thanks!VineethNorton Support Best answer Norton SupportMar

ccSvcHst must be forced to close or the computer will stay on. This will open a page that will give you specific steps to remove your Norton product. If this does not fix the error, uninstall the product from the Add or Remove Programs feature and then use the Norton Removal tool to remove any left-over files. weblink Vineeth-- n2009user27 Regular Contributor5 Reg: 04-Dec-2008 Posts: 236 Solutions: 2 Kudos: 37 Kudos0 Re: ccSvcHst error on shut down Posted: 26-Jan-2010 | 1:56AM • Permalink Thanks Vineeth - it seems to

Do you have additional information? Ensure that the Access settings for Microsoft Internet Explorer and Microsoft Generic Host process for Win32 services is set to Allow. If it ain't broke, fix it 'til it is! Click OK.9.

In the right pane, right-click AutoEndTasks, and then click Modify.7. Constantlt eating up memory and CPU usage. Score UserComments I don't know if what ccsvchst.exe is useful or not, but I found that when I close icloud and dropbox, programs that are typically constantly trying to synchronize over by LaceyLuLu83 / August 15, 2008 10:46 PM PDT In reply to: In addition Clearly I hadn't heard about all of the Norton 360 problems or I never would have downloaded

Sometimes settings on a Windows computer can get muddled and need to be jogged back in line. by R. I'm aiming for 7 to 8 days before I say I suspect it's fixed.    My PC starts automatically every day at a specific time so there is always at least I run LiveUpdate manually every time I start either machine because if both Microsoft and Norton are using my broadband cable connection to download and install updates it takes much longer

Before you gather the logs, please run LiveUpdate to make sure that you have the 17.5 version. All windows updates are current. n2009user27 Regular Contributor5 Reg: 04-Dec-2008 Posts: 236 Solutions: 2 Kudos: 37 Kudos0 ccSvcHst error on shut down Posted: 24-Jan-2010 | 9:20AM • 27 Replies • Permalink Since upgrading to NIS 2010 The error usually occurs at system startup and shutdown.

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