Question about Computers & Internet
The only time I've seen this happen is if you have a Norton AV in which the subscription has run out. If that is the case, I (personally) would remove that memory hog and install an A/V program that is lighter, faster and better: AVG
Free version here
Pro version here
If you're going to pay for an anti-virus program, that's the one to get.
Obviously, if the subscription issue isn't the issue, then I'm wrong about your problem and will go back into my hole now :)
Good luck - hope this helped a little :)
Posted on Oct 02, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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