ccApp.exe fails to start

Discussion in 'Windows Applications' started by buzzstpoint, Apr 1, 2009.

  1. buzzstpoint

    buzzstpoint Computervitals.com Political User

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    Wondering if someone can help me.

    Windows 7 32 bit

    I have Symantec Antivirus 10.2
    When I boot Win7 an error pops up. Saying it can't start "ccApp.exe" and to check online for a solution. When you click the check online it will check and come back to tell me there is no solution.

    Any ideas?
     
  2. Dark Atheist

    Dark Atheist Moderator Political User Folding Team

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    more than likely its not supported under win7 due to a few of the system changes, you could look for an update but more likely you will have to update the whole program itself, mind you Norton sucks :p
     
  3. LordOfLA

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    ESET 4 is Windows 7 compatible :)
     
  4. tdinc

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    So are Avira, AVG & Kaspersky
     
  5. buzzstpoint

    buzzstpoint Computervitals.com Political User

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    I use Norton AV that our IT guys gives us. It's the only way I can get my laptop on the network. They check every computer from time to time . If they find that you dont have the virus scanner they specify, they will block your email and internet access. Then it's a pain in the ass, you have to install, fax a paper saying you have this on and they will open your connection then go in to make sure you have it.

    It seems to run all the time, so i dont really know what this file does in norton.
     
  6. tdinc

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    your IT department, needs to get with the times and look beyond at a better product then being Symantec/Norton clones
     
  7. LordOfLA

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    norton corporate AV is actually pretty good.
     
  8. Dark Atheist

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    still say he will require a later version if he wants to get it running on windows 7 due to all the api changes and such
     
  9. buzzstpoint

    buzzstpoint Computervitals.com Political User

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    Yeah, And I can't ask them for help either, They'll tell me they only support Windows XP.