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When closing down my computer I get a message screen that says ccApp is not responding. End now etc etc. I think that this is a Norton file so can you advise?

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    Norton 360 v2

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    Not a loy. My auto-protect is either on or off. No possibility to find to uncheck scan floppy disc etc

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The process CC App (ccApp.exe) stands for "common clientapplication" and is used in conjunction with a number of SymantecNorton programs, such as Norton AntiSpam or Norton Antivirus.

If theccApp.exe process is stopped, the programs associated with ccApp.exewill not function properly.In other words: it's OK toterminate ccAp.exe forcefully during a shutdown, but don't go anddelete the ccApp.exe file because your Norton programs won't workafterward.

According to Symantec.com:
"The ccApp.exe problem [has been fixed] ... in the latest Common Clientand Norton AntiSpam program updates. To install the update, start yourNorton product, run LiveUpdate, download the updates (including anyCommon Client updates and the Norton AntiSpam program update if it islisted), and then restart the computer when you are asked to do so. "(Source: symantec.com)

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May be your norton sow down the system and tokk so many ram memory to process.
if u wnat to remove norton tis link give u norton uninstaller.
http://www.softpedia.com/progDownload/Norton-Removal-Tool-Download-26173.html

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You didn't say what version of Norton but look here and see if there is any help

http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/nav.nsf/0/10c2fdd9a6f5d98288256d75006b7b86?OpenDocument

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  • 2 Click the "Tasks and Settings" tab, and click "Change Advanced Settings."
  • 3 Click "Firewall Protection Settings" and "General Rules." Click the blocked website in the list, and click the "Modify" button.
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