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Good ccApp or Bad ccApp?

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Ron the Geek, Jan 19, 2007.

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  1. Ron the Geek

    Ron the Geek Thread Starter

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    I understand that the file ccApp can either be a process needed by Norton or a browsing monitor. If it's in the sub PROGRAM FILES\COMMON FILES\SYMANTEC SHARED is that the good one or the bad one?
     
  2. cgesicki

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    thats the good one
     
  3. Ron the Geek

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  4. cgesicki

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    no problem if it were in c:\windows or c:\windows\system32 I would think otherwise
     
  5. jimmiejim

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    My ccApp.exe is the good kind but almost every time I shut my PCs down I get an error saying it has failed to close properly. It's not a big deal but is there something I can do about it? I regularly update Norton antivirus but it never seems to deal with the issue.
     
  6. Old Rich

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    That message is very common with Norton products . . only way to cure it that I know, is to uninstall NOrton
     
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