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ccApp.exe- bad image keeps popping up? can't even get online

Discussion in 'Windows Vista' started by x0juliieex3, Nov 27, 2010.

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  1. x0juliieex3

    x0juliieex3 Thread Starter

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    Hey, so my computer was working fine just yesterday
    but as i turn it on today, i cannot open anything. I can open windows things like my computer, control panel etc but internet explorer, mozilla, aim, those things will not show up
    Instead I get an error that says ccApp.exe- Bad Image which reads It is either not designed to run on Windows or contains an error. Try installing the program again using the original installation media or contact your system adminstrator or the software vendor for support.

    Internet explorer when i open , opens with a black box but quickly disspears so i cannot read what it says
    but it will not open

    HELP PLEASE :)
     
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    x0juliieex3 Thread Starter

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  3. Phantom010

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    ccApp.exe is part of Norton. Have you recently uninstalled Norton?

    If you did, you probably didn't use the Norton Removal Tool. Download and run it.

    If you can't do anything in Normal Mode, try booting into Safe Mode with Networking.

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