error is a common computer problem if you use Norton products and make you feel annoyed. CcSvcHst exe is an executable file that is added to your system files if you install Norton products such as Security Technologies and Symantec Event Manager. As usual, you can find within C:\Program Files\Common Files folder.
How to identify if you have an error on your computer?
The most common CcSvcHst problem is program error. The instruction at “0?�059a2df” referenced memory at 0?�059a2df” the memory could not be written. You have to click “OK” to stop the program. This is frequently occurring while you start-up or shut down all system files and drivers loading. What’s worse, it might cause the CPU usage to rise higher when you are working on the PC.
Fortunately, you can press Ctrl + Alt + Del on your keyboard and click on the Process tab to view the value of the CPU column so that you can check if your CPU is experiencing a high usage rate.
Meanwhile, an error has happened before your Norton product was updated. The best solution is to remove the program by using the “Add/Remove Programs” tool as following step-by-step guides. Click Start Menu> Select the Control Panel> Click “Add/Remove Programs”> Highlight the programs at the list of currently installed programs> Select the Norton product> Click “Remove”. Finally, restart your computer.
In order to completely remove the program, it best registry software can clean up the leftover data of the Norton. And then, you can uninstall Norton successfully. Finally, what you need to do is just to reinstall Norton.
an error will occur because your computer might be infected by Virus, Trojan or Spyware. These files pretend to be the legal executable files on your Windows system. They will obviously affect your computer performance and slow down your PC. What’s worse, your sensitive private information might be stolen. Thus, in order to remove malicious information from your PC, you need to use spyware to cease to erase all threats and then clean up all leftover registry by using the registry cleaner.
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