Also prevents clean shutdown on XP SP2. Also when shutingdown the computer after it has hung because of this I'm asked if I want to 'End Now' ccapp. It registers with the OS to recieve info about anything from opening files to sending an e-mail to accessing a web site. If ccApp is disabled, then Auto-Protect and Email Scanning will not run.
as a defualt the program tries to scan a floppy drive on shutdown . When it is running, my PC crashes when im on the internet for too long. Raj Norton is suppose to have a fix. Bill tries to break out of my firewall all the time. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/ccapp.exe.html
This ridiculous app is hogging 99% of my memory even when no other programs are running. And it always started with closing CCApp.exe. In some cases I can't get it to shut down. Very annoying.
It slows down your computer and takes up memory Veez Would someone give me a solution to Ccapp.exe Beadebeauty It is a resource consuming stupid application Ziggi Important part of Norton It sometimes causes my computer to be slow to shut down though. (I sometimes get the "ending program" dialogue, and that is the process that needs to be ended 90% of and it is stuck there... Bit of a memory hog I agree.
Mine just says that its tryin to install and norton does not support this install it tells me to uninstall and then reinstall it but would that be a wise thing It should be left running all the time. Several functions may not work. Process wouldn't let itself be stopped.
Mufti Mahmud Part of Norton AntiVirus. 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, ash This file is in auto protect of Norton. Of course we could all threaten to use a different anti-virus but threats don't do much good unless we mean them.
Won't be renewing my subscription with Norton. It's for Symantec's consumer products 2003-2005 (most likely later on too). Now going to ditch Norton and return to Mcafee........Norton really sucks!! JRBeaman add page file (ie ram memory) everytime it scans something.
A pain in the arse but necessary I guess. Really hurts performance, especially at shutdown Walt2 it causes games to close and not run properly James Norton überprüft Mails Michael It hogs the CPU! Can't Ctfl,Alt and Delete Ccapp. John it's sucking up cpu usage and slows things down to a standstill sushila It consumed lot of memory and slow down my computer speed, therefore.
Had to debug it to make it quit. I think my inability to shutdown is probably due to ccApp. BizMgr Hogs the system 85- 100%; REALLY worthless programming. Note: Any malware can be named anything - so you should check where the files of the running processes are located on your disk.
Osa It occupies between 17 & 30 Megs of memory, 14 megs of virtual memory, 0 to 12% of my cpu time, all of which are to;erable. Rene i was upgrading NORTON every day and had viruseS however!! My problem is CcApp .
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See also: Link OrnThorpe ccApp is more than a memory hog as discussed at http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/ccapp.exe.html. Better safe than sorry. John B it and eventmgr.exe hog up to 85% of my 1.2GHz machine for minutes at a time. See also: Link god Norton's all purpose event handler, very sloppy.
so one day i switched to RISING. Even after i end the task about 50 times I still can't get my computer to shut down. Hope this helps you too. The Bookman Part of Norton Antivirus.
We recommend SecurityTaskManager for verifying your computer's security. Bit of a memory hog I agree. However, the norton program has a few problems with RAM consumption sabel4 Part of Nortan AntiVirus.i always try to end that task before i play a game that takes a lot