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dookie270

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Hey everyone i've got a problem with my norton internet security. Its pretty simple to explain. Basically when i start the program up the box will come up and stuff but none of the buttons you can click will be in the box. Something i usually think is a program not responding but when i go into task manager it says that it is still running. Anyone have any ideas whats causing this?
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Facedown98

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Hi. Have you made any changes to your system recently? Norton seems to have a lot of little bugs like that, and the most common response from Symantec is to reinstall the software. If you are able to repair the software from a CD, then that's worth a shot too.
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Actually i think i figured it out myself. One of my Dad's friends came over and fooled around with our computer and cut out some 'unnecessary' processes. One of them was the cApp.exe process. So i just went into msconfig and told it to start that process when the computer starts and everything works now :whistling:
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Glad you fixed it :whistling:

See you around :blink:
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