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High cpu usage by ccsvchst.exe and unable to use options interface selection on norton control panel

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Google the ccvchst see if there is a solution this is a norton problem wish you all the best with it Norton sucks

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  1. Please download and save SymNRT.exe to your desktop.
  2. Close all programs and double click on the tool.
  3. Follow the on-screen instructions.
  4. Restart the computer if asked.
  5. Then delete the SymNRT.exe tool from your desktop.
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Open the Windows Task Manager - you should be able to right-click on the bottom task bar to do this or else, you can use Ctrl + Alt + Delete keys to invoke it too.

In the Task Manager window, select the Process page tab, then click on the CPU column header and sort the list of running processes by the amount of CPU being used - this should help you understand what is consuming high CPU on your computer.


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I get a norton warning that I have high cpu usage yet Im not running any programs.My computer is running slow and doing alot of clicking noises.I have 98% available free space on my hard drive and i...


1. Try disabling some of the Startup Programs.Press the "Windows" key on your keyboard and the "R" key at the same time. When the run dialog box comes up, type "msconfig" then press OK. The System Configuration Utility will open. Go to "Startup" tab, disable all startup programs, hit OK then restart computer.

2. Test if the computer still runs slow, if it doesn't try repeating the step 1, and re-enable the startup programs one by one or you can just check on the programs that you want to automatically start whenever you start Windows. These startup programs eats your computer resources which should have been used by the computer for processing instead.


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3. If you hear clicking noises from the computer it might be the computer's Hard Drive. Download and run a Hard Disk test. You can download Hard Drive Utilities from here - click this link

4. If the Hard Drive test fails then we will need to replace the Hard drive. If it passes run a full system scan using your Security software. The computer might be infected by a virus/malware which causes slow performance.

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