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When it is running, my PC crashes when im on the internet for too long. If this does not fix usrprmpt.exe errors, we recommend uninstalling the program using the Control Panel and then running a scan of the Windows registry again. Teak Causes my computer to freeze! Uninstalled both, cleaned and defragmented drive, set restore pt., reinstalled, unchecked ccspp in MSCONFIG for start-up, things seem ok now, but keeping fingers crossed.

If in doubt, don't do anything. They jump for joy at the speed increase. The problems listed are not because of this, they are because people don't know how to set up Norton or Windows. pops up when i go to close down my computer which slows it down and takes longer to close up.

BlondeBimbo When the pc is just turned on, the ccapp.exe file has a normal reading of 0-1%. Seems to be internet linked and must be doing some kind of 'checking' or something. It is highly recommended that you run a FREE performance scan to automatically optimize memory, CPU and Internet settings. Sucks.

Demache this just appeared on my computer today. One user rated it as little bit dangerous. Christine It is part of NIS. Restart your computer.

On restart everything starts agin fine. Security Rating: --- don't know --- 1 (not dangerous) 2 3 (neutral) 4 5 (dangerous) Your opinion about this file: Web page with more details: Your first name: More process The product Norton is grossly defective and is not worth *hit Jeff Harrison I'm no longer able to recieve/send Outlook emails unless I turn Norton off. http://www.neuber.com/taskmanager/process/ccapp.exe.html Recguard.exe is a process that monitors system activity and attempts to block any effort (deliberate or accidental) by other programs to remove or damage the recovery partition.

This happened also once with their Norton Security product.... If I try and close cCapp from there, the computer just freezes - some clunking goes on inside and the light on the floppy drive flashes?! ash This file is in auto protect of Norton. Don I run Win98 SE, and ccApp FREQUENTLY stops responding, thereby causing Outlook Express & other apps to become unpredictable.

A unique security risk rating indicates the likelihood of the process being potential spyware, malware or a Trojan. http://www.processlibrary.com/en/directory/files/usrprmpt/24240/ It does slow my PC and always has to be forced to end when shutting down. When my computer starts it says its having trouble with that file. Very big problem.

Mike Part of norton. used in live updates and realtime scanning of internet traFFIC. (THATS WHY IT SLOWS DOWN THE COMP WHEN ONLINE) it is not dangerous but eats up alot of ram, especially if Run: Enter "msconfig". Anyprogram that is not system vital that gobbles up your cpu constantly and cannot be shutdown normally is a bs program, and considering this is a big security program I find

ACE utilitys it is great on xp cleans up registry defrags it well and has a lot of other great utilitys that workedas well as any app ive ever used and Also causes problems at system shutdown. Access is denied." WHY!? An example would be "svchost.exe" - which doesn't appear in either under normal conditions but does via CTRL+ALT+DEL.

Nwiz.exe Status : Not OK Nwiz.exe Description : You may have the W32.Gaobot.ZX \ Backdoor.Agobot.IQ virus, or one of the many other viruses trying to masquerade as the nVidia's nview Pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL identifies programs that are currently running - not necessarily at startup. NIS 2005/WinXP - Inhibits Eudora email from getting mail.

Norton is a wasted of time, Money & My Patience!!

Sceptic It causes XP SP1 to hang on shutdown zimzam causes my cpu to almost max out j nutzz Part of Norton Anti Virus Gary See also: Link It ruins the If you have not used any of the special features, NWIZ terminates, otherwise it stays resident in the background. I tried to manually end the process in task manager, and it denied me access, so I had to shut down and end it that way. purdon To stop your PC's from saying "End Now" each time you log of, just disable the floppy drive controller if you dont have one.

The UsrPrmpt.exe file is digitally signed. Jan I noticed it one day when I tried to shut down. Takes 44MB RAM under WinXP Pro, but 0% CPU - unless you are constantly running e-mail like Outlook (why don't you exit??) or spending all your time on-line such as with doesnt that completely defeat the purpose!

Moose causing windows to hang when shutting down.....glad to finally know what cpApp is..... In an online chat with an HP tech, I ran SFC /SCANNOW, and it did not come up with any system/windows component file errors. This happens if the 'Auto-Protect' is disabled. Nicklas I can't believe Norton made a program like this!

rjsnorg Uses 31MB in XP Pro SP2, hardly earth shattering It uses all available resources under WinXP, slowing the hell out of my machine. is in audit mode but no one at Symantec seems to know how to fix it! Rachel It's on many types of computers as part of a protective recovery suite called Angelware. I removed it from autostart and manual system scan would not work.

It sucks, I know, but would you rather have your computer naked to the web? John C. See also: Link Emmanuel This is the Norton/Symantec task for Virus & SPAM protection in your PC. having to uninstall a product and reboots SHOULD NOT have happen.

Disclaimer It is assumed that users are familiar with the operating system they are using and comfortable with making the suggested changes. hedgehog1 MicroSoft Spyware hotline advised this is a necesary file and should be allowe to connect to Symantec Woodrow It belongs with norton.If you have Norton AV it needs to run this defeats the purpose of Norton email checker. royrmon To fix ccapp.exe hanging on shutdown, or game problems, Open Norton/ options/ Norton Antivirus/ auto protect arrow/ unclick arrow to /Start Auto Protect when windows starts up (recommended) ..I got

Marc Listens on ports 25 and 110, probably as part of the email scanning services. Run Windows Repair Tool to repair ccapp.exe related Windows Errors 3. The file usrprmpt.exe is part of the program Norton AntiVirus from the manufacturer Symantec. It's a giant pain.

choong IT definatly belongs to Norton Anti Virus, but right now it,s ruining my system.