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Cookiegal, Jul 5, 2007 #8 wonderworm10k Thread Starter Joined: Jul 4, 2007 Messages: 12 O Shoot I forgot to get a report of the scan on AVG... Thank you. I Say Move on!!! DJP This application is greedy and consumne a lot of resource. weblink

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JavaScript To go out on the web I reboot the computer and go on line. I have noticed lately that my computer will never shut off without first ending ccApp. Please let me know > if you learn the cause and solution. > > Thank you, Al > > > > "Michael" wrote: > > I'm using Windows XP Professional SP anchor

How To Fix Application Unable Start Correctly(0xc0000022)

Then I have to shut it off by the switch. To control the lot independant of user's or before logon you must be a service :) .... or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site. Traci in Texas When we did an uninstall of Norton Internet Security 2003, upon reboot of our laptop, we started receiving and error msg indicating that symstore.dll could not be found.

In Norton 2006 it goes like this: Norton Antivirus options - Internet Email - untick (turn off) scan incoming and outgoing email. From the Administrator's ID I granted administrator > > authority to the limited ID and the limited ID now worked fine. When I then logged into the limited (non > administrator) accounts (for my young sons) where I'd been receiving > the errors, Norton crashed upon login. (0xc0000022) Windows 10 On most PC system has problems with closing it.

Who Cares Part of Norton Internet Security (Anit spam, Virus and firewall). The Application Was Unable To Start Correctly (0xc0000022). Click Ok To Close The Application suhel Part of Norton AntiSPAM 2004, when this crashes, Outlook's mail stops working, have to restart computer spacent norton's Common client application, central service that susses out how to operate the Ruin norton thing. http://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/protect/forum/mse-protect_start/ccappexe-unable-to-locate-component/2ddeb9b9-4910-4451-92a7-763c3e651d9f Pirate drives me mad with its constant messages ccapp not responding pat Part of Norton AntiVirus.

It could be that a virus attached itself to ccApp.exe via back door. I have a french version of windows and the BUILTIN\Users:R is written BUILTIN\Utilisateurs avec pouvoir:C My guess is that ui need to change the letter C. It is a legitimate company, but you may want to check the digital credentials, which may be fake or none existent. Nasty little thing.

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Does giving read access to those DLLs result in that ? (In explorer, I could not view other peoples documents which is expected behaviour.) Thanks David DT2, Jun 6, 2007 Visit Website I've read about many successes with KB927891 but I did find one > posting by someone in England (on another board) with what sounded like the > same problem. How To Fix Application Unable Start Correctly(0xc0000022) I wish I hadn't forked out the money for this junk, its basically ruined my computer, I'm going to switch the McAfee or PC Cillin...as soon as I find some way Ca Internet Suite It makes up 98% of my CPU usage, even when not running any e-mail programs.

I removed > > Administrator authority and the limited ID got all the errors again. > > > > I removed KB927891 and tried the limited ID again - still got have a peek at these guys I removed > > Administrator authority and the limited ID got all the errors again. > > > > I removed KB927891 and tried the limited ID again - still got I take no responsibility whatsoever for any undesireable consequences of your actions. His "fix" was to restore his system to pre-KB927891 - I hope > > > > to not have to do that. The Application Was Unable To Start Correctly (0xc0000022) Adobe Reader

I removed Administrator authority and the limited ID got all the errors again. Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Piper Part of Norton email protection but it eats up all your resources and slows everything to a crawl. http://popupjammer.com/the-application/adobe-the-application-was-unable-to-start-correctly-0xc0000022.html C:\Windows\System32\MSVCR71.dll C:\Windows\System32\MSVCP71.dll Ensure READ permission is granted for the group(s) trying to access them.

His "fix" was to restore his system to pre-KB927891 - I hope > > to not have to do that. Double click combofix.exe and follow the prompts. When I boot them they screen goes black and tries to run but then back to windows.

The update will start and a progress bar will show the updates being installed.

Uglyinthemornin' its for Norton anti virus. Alan Ffreshwater interferes with normal PCMCIA LAN card communications... At login, Admin Accounts seem okay, but Power Users receive error message "Application Failed to Initialize Properly (0xc0000022)" for these three: "osCheck.exe" "ccApp.exe" and "PIFSvc.exe" Last week problem spread to "acrobat_sl.exe" haus occasionally slows computer severely Tyralt Norton is a piece of s***, quit using it.

Drax Shadrach Flint, Jun 7, 2007 #10 Guest Guest Re: Application Failed to Initialize Properly (0xc0000022) after K Thanks Don! See also: Link ccapp.exe seizes my machine during email download about 50% of the time Jeffrey Lamkin It's Associated with Norton AV2004 and Norton Internet Security Why rnaapp.exe started by ccapp.exe It's for Symantec's consumer products 2003-2005 (most likely later on too). this content Karen I have to wait around to "End Now" CCAPP.EXE my Windows 2000 system each time I shut it down.

Hope MS gets this into an update for the sake > of all their other users. > > "Shadrach Flint" wrote: > > > Hi > > > > So did Don I run Win98 SE, and ccApp FREQUENTLY stops responding, thereby causing Outlook Express & other apps to become unpredictable. trying to find out what the cause is. I have the same 3 files as yourself but no real expertise in order to follow don's instructions.

Chi Pukka IS NIS app, (Much better than SP2 firewall) But on occasion, say when several remote requests come in, will start eating up virtual memory. GOODBYE NORTON! 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

Eating up all of my processor time--literally, it's stuck at a constant 100%--it cannot be disabled if you want NAV to stay. lp It cause my WinXp to crash upon start up. It's a pain in the when it will not let anything else run. slows the system down...it is not necessary for system to keep running properly Vivek For me, it is inconvenient at shutdown - will not close and must be manually terminated Steve

rjsnorg Uses 31MB in XP Pro SP2, hardly earth shattering It uses all available resources under WinXP, slowing the hell out of my machine. That's it. Can't kill the process, and when I shut down PC, ccApp.exe is not responding. Thanks Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 -David- -David- Members 10,603 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:London Local time:02:48 AM Posted 01 February

Click Ok to terminate the application. I suggest getting rid of norton anyway since most of the time it doesnt work that well. Anyone have a better solution? -- Michael Guest, Jun 3, 2007 #1 Advertisements Guest Hi, Same here, and system restore did not resolve it. Hope this helps.Kees Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - No help by Sch29 / July 4, 2006 4:53 PM PDT In reply to: Re: ccapp and mapi32.dll Kees, thank

Post the contents of the ActiveScan report Come back here and post a new HijackThis log along with the logs from the AVG and Panda scans. jk Used by Norton Internet security, but it hangs almost all the time when shutting down Windows XP Jaxzis It is part of the NAV stuff but that doesnt stop it