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For a while now I've been having problems logging off, it just take a very long time then eventualy says that "CCAPP" isn't responding. Any ideas on fixing this problem, I have a media centre PC.
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CCAPP is Norton. DO NOT MESS WITH NORTON. Don't try to uninstall-reinstall, it won't help. Norton is best installed on a clean PC, fresh after the install. I have to pick up my kids, I will post two possible solutions when I get home.

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Thanks, I look forward to a reply.
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hello look at this link from symantec. http://service1.syma...src=bar_sch_nam

it is slightly different but i think the solution is the same.
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Great, didn't think about that site.

Thanks very much.
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Nope, not worked, thanks anyway.

EDIT: Incase this helps it says it has a floppy drive when it hasn't.

Edited by Sir Goat, 02 July 2005 - 12:55 PM.

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Sorry, Sir Goat, didn't mean to seem like I forgot you, but the Symantec link above said everything I was going to say and a little more. When you ran Live Update, were you prompted to shut down and restart your computer?

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no.

Well thanks to all, I might just format the computer since I might be changing my ISP.
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