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I will have to unistall Norton before it burns my machine up if there is not a fix soon. Since the 2012 release, it must have happened at least a dozen times. PeterSw Visitor2 Reg: 12-Jul-2016 Posts: 4 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton Security causing high CPU Usage Posted: 13-Jul-2016 | 3:26PM • Permalink So, I went to my account to Tony_Weiss Admin Administrator30 Reg: 07-Apr-2008 Posts: 6,766 Solutions: 209 Kudos: 4,548 Kudos4 Stats Re: Norton Security causing high CPU Usage Posted: 12-Jul-2016 | 5:35PM • Edited: 13-Jul-2016 | 3:37PM • Permalink

All rights reserved.Newsletter|Contact Us|Privacy Statement|Terms of Use|Trademarks|Site Feedback See also: Link Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr Even if you kill the process, it restarts. Maybe I just let the logger run in debug mode until this gets fixed :) Rick1774 Newbie1 Reg: 13-Jul-2016 Posts: 1 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton Security causing high Interestingly, I compared it to my Win 7, SP1 box and all was OK.

Ccsvchst.exe High Cpu

I have yet to find an official explanation of the ccSvcHst.exe high cpu usage from Norton as there seems to be various causes and solutions so they probably feel it is SSD HDD Call me sour or butthurt what ever. It takes a window during shutdown and a few secs to terminate Frederick C Jackson Nortons is CPu & resource hungry overpriced and un user friendly. Run Security Task Manager to check your ccsvchst process 2.

Paul just installed Norton and downloading update, than ccSvcHst use high % of CPU(ther are two copies of ccSvcHst.exe in the resources monitor), everything became very slow, open windows/browser very slow Having silent mode on does help a bit though, otherwise it would be using 100 percent. Davec33 Regular Contributor5 Reg: 07-Jul-2010 Posts: 176 Solutions: 2 Kudos: 26 Kudos0 Re: Norton Security causing high CPU Usage Posted: 13-Jul-2016 | 2:59PM • Permalink Hi Tony Weiss, Concerning manual full Symantec Endpoint Protection High Cpu Usage I have NSS in silent mode but it still eats up my computer resources, 75 percent.

i have posted three screen dumps with more than 30 min apart As you can imagine, this takes a pretty hefty toll on the CPU, so i need a prompt solution, Ccsvchst.exe What Is It In your post, the first process I notice is nassvc.exe (38%). Could you let us know what the threats were? Fwiw I am running Kaspersky Internet Security at the moment, and on a full scan IT pegs the CPU at 100% at times, so Norton is not alone there.

This thread seems to have a few different people reporting different things. Ccsvchst Symantec I.e., like windows svchost it supplies the context in which the rest of the Norton's progs run. Thanks, James Paul44070 Regular Visitor3 Reg: 04-Feb-2009 Posts: 7 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: WinXP at 100% CPU usage. Bad I am ditching, NEVER go back to Norton/Symantec anything.

Ccsvchst.exe What Is It

The "progress graphic" will still continue and you could use WTM or Process Explorer to check that ccsvchst.exe is running high.. My WIn 7 SP1 box seems OK... (also try to test with any other storage devices, i.e. Ccsvchst.exe High Cpu Annoying. Symantec Service Framework High Cpu Usage Wednesday, August 06, 2014 9:54 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote @Michael Shao No problem, thanks for helping me. @Anna Ya-MSFT Thanks for your post.

Problem w/ ccsvchst.exe(SYS) or an infvection? Once you think you know the background task causing the high CPU usage, you can try to confirm by disabling the task in your settings to see if this solves the Unfortunately, there's not much you can do if the problem is related to the Norton Insight task trying to query the Symantec servers for the latest application trust ratings. ------------- Windows When nothing is running it regularly consumes 80 plus %. Ccsvchst.exe High Cpu Usage Windows 7

I think this file has something to do with it. pwwoj Contributor4 Reg: 12-Jul-2016 Posts: 5 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton Security causing high CPU Usage Posted: 12-Jul-2016 | 12:03PM • Permalink Why this issue is not fixed - I'M SCREAMING AT SYMANTEC BECAUSE I STILL DON'T SEE THE ACTIVITY THAT WOULD INDICATE THE CORPORATION SEES THIS AS A "HAIR ON FIRE" SITUATION.  TO THE CONTRARY, THE RESPONSE INDICATES THAT Best regards, Kris Monday, January 19, 2015 11:09 AM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Krisavi We need the actual trace.

You won't lose track of things since it leaves a link here. Symantec Service Framework High Memory Usage Conny Wendt Visitor2 Reg: 11-Jul-2016 Posts: 5 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton Security causing high CPU Usage Posted: 11-Jul-2016 | 2:15PM • Edited: 11-Jul-2016 | 2:20PM • Permalink Hello. Would remove/replace it, but if I do Comcast will complain or shut me out.

Best regardsMichael Shao TechNet Community Support

Thursday, July 31, 2014 9:46 AM Reply | Quote Moderator 1 Sign in to vote Ou, sorry for that.

Bill Slows down my computer sometimes to a snail crawl, I mean big time slow. I think others should stop giving them free support to fix things as well. Many thanks, James Phil_D Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 10-Jun-2008 Posts: 8,006 Solutions: 238 Kudos: 3,252 Kudos0 Re: WinXP at 100% CPU usage. Ccsvchst.exe High Disk Usage I've sent you a Private Message requesting details, Please check it when you get a chance.

But they refuse to say what it does when you ask them. Posted: 12-Apr-2010 | 7:53PM • Permalink I have marked my earlier posting (of 03-31-2010 07:57 PM) as the solution to this problem.  Although I some similar problems for a short period Posted: 25-Oct-2011 | 9:11AM • Permalink Hi Imacri: This thread is a bit different. Posted: 25-Oct-2011 | 2:48PM • Permalink Atomic_Blast, since you're familiar with Process Explorer already I recommend that when you see this issue, you look at the properties of the busy ccSvcHst,

See here: Does NIS 2012 use Crypt32.dll? We use data about you for a number of purposes explained in the links below. It hammers my i7 4790K @95-100%. Posted: 25-Oct-2011 | 1:04PM • Permalink Hi Atomic_Blast:Just a thought, but there have been several recent posts about LiveUpdate problems in the forum in recent days (see floplot's comments here for

i7 with Windows 10 and my CPU usage by Norton is 80 to 85%. Until then for me. Many thanks, James Me Too0 Last Comment Replies jav Regular Visitor3 Reg: 24-Mar-2010 Posts: 8 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 1 Kudos0 Re: WinXP at 100% CPU usage. Oh my.

Yes, I'm reading them. If so, you may want to check out this link from the Buffalo forums where other users are noting high CPU usage. Needs to be outlawed or revised someway. Perhaps they are all tied together.

Please re-enable javascript to access full functionality. Tony Weiss | Norton Forums Global Community Manager | Symantec Corporation FattiesGoneWild Regular Contributor5 Reg: 05-Nov-2012 Posts: 342 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 46 Kudos0 Re: Norton Security causing high CPU Usage Posted: Here is the interesting part - when running the logger, the 2 NIS processes were not running.  My CPU went down to 1%. To be able to use my computer this is what i have to do: Step 1: Turn on computer, wait till it is done starting and everything is loaded (usually takes

Any details are helpful. The reboot. This can be beneficial to other community members reading the thread. After I updated my subscription a week or so ago this started happening.  Norton starts running something in the background that I can not see or find (nothing shows as running

It won't take as long as a Full System Scan, since it targets specific areas for scanning. 3) High CPU usage of Norton processes while no scan is being run. Many people are upset and complaining about this. Thanks, jav huwyngr Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 13-Apr-2008 Posts: 25,598 Solutions: 330 Kudos: 3,837 Kudos0 Re: WinXP at 100% CPU usage.


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