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your best option is to remove the powercord from the back of the computer and wait a minute before plugging it back in and turning on your system this will delete the "standby mode save" and turn on your PC normally
mine does this with windows 7, right click on desktop and open 'personalize' then open 'taskbar and start menu' From here choose to move your taskbar location to the side of the screen and click apply. it should return, then just tell it to go back to the bottom.
You are correct as regards ccApp, this is the norton antivirus apllication running in the background and stopping the process will stop the constant monitoring.
Just double check the power options are as they should be in control panel and if you want you can turn off norton for a set period of time by right clicking the icon in the taskbar and dissable it, the options for a set time should then appear.
You can also check in the bios F2 or Del on start up and in the advanced cmos settings look for the line 'Wake On Lan' and maybe dissable it if you are on a wired network, save settings and exit.
Remember also if you have an optical mouse they are more sensitive to noise or vibration or movement and will wake your pc.
Go to control panel then power options>power schemes and see if system standby is enabled, it may have changed if done some major updates.
also turn off screen saver if on as this may bring it out of standby