My 13 yr old son thought that is what it was from the beginning but I did not since that I am paying for protection not to kill my computer. Unfortunately, Spoken on the phone with Norton this issue will be resolved in 24 hours or less which is what I've been told. The data recorded by Norton, concerning what it did when it crashed or bugged out, cannot be cut and pasted and I don't see the reasoning behind spending my time manually But when I installed service pack 2 there was the loop you described. news
it might be a Windows process error by ktomaras / December 6, 2008 1:39 PM PST In reply to: It's windows It could be that a process that Windows is running Click onto your Start Button and type Command Prompt in the box. FWIW Hugh scottcommerce Visitor2 Reg: 07-Dec-2008 Posts: 5 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton Internet Security Is Performing Background Tasks - Causing System Instability Problems Posted: 07-Dec-2008 | 1:56PM • Unfortunately the firewall's dialogs do not indicate this at all, so the author of this article may not be the only one who first thought that the firewall is defective and https://forums.techguy.org/threads/win-xp-home-norton-internet-sec-hangs-whenever-i-start-internet.192862/
Enable it only for the local subnet, unless the printer is outside. [Thanks to John Faughnan.] Do not disable the firewall service Do not disable the firewall service, unless you have I will vouch the above suggestion has worked for me so far going on day three and found this thread so tried it and it worked and it has been about And I don't want to have to restart all the time either.
If you are sure you want to have the Windows XP SP2 firewall disabled permanently, for example because have a third party firewall running, disable it in the firewall settings first energy=mass X speed of light2...that's a lot of energy! Neither does the original PS2 keyboard work. I never use automatic update.
The last update was done about 2 days ago before the problem occurred. Of course, in either case "Norton is performing background tasks" notification is not supposed to be unresponsive to x-close and to never go away. hangs whenever I start Internet Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by Barun, Jan 6, 2004. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/norton-security-wlatest-update-blocks-win-xp-shutdown This can sometimes cause the device to be recognized and usable immediately....Sometimes...Also, have you tried using other USB ports for your mouse/keyboard before powering up?Hope this helps!
Task Manager will NOT let you kill a process critical to Windows, where Process Explorer might, you can use both progs concurrently or Process Explorer can be set up to replace You cannot install some updates or programs http://support.microsoft.com/kb/822798/ The most successful workaround for the cryptographic service error has been the method 3 mentioned in that article: Rename the Catroot2 folder, and Back to top #10 AustrAlien AustrAlien Inquisitor BC Advisor 6,772 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Cowra NSW Australia Local time:01:14 PM Posted 02 September 2011 - 02:14 AM Trust me ... hits since 2010-03-12 · Statistics Free PHP scripts by PHPJunkYard.com Home Windows XP Service Pack 2/3 Problem Solver Go to the Italian version of this page Table of contents Read this
You can aquire these little built-in fan-stands at Best-Buy. a fantastic read Norton IS RELIABLE, RIGHT? Czobor retired systems analyst GregZ wrote:In NIS version 2009.2, the Idle Full System Scan is not the only job which Norton notifies the user about by popping up "performing background tasks" Failure to update a registry key causes the Setup program to fail.
This part at the end of the line should now read: /NoExecute=AlwaysOff Save and close the dialog boxes by clicking on OK. http://internetpasswordpro.com/win-xp/win-xp-pro-intermittent-hangs-seems-to-be-winlogon-exe.html It's really obnoxious, and I've tried everything - short of uninstalling and re-installing Norton - to kill the window. If you want to rely on the information given here, you have to completely uninstall any third party firewall software first. Me Too0 Last Comment Replies1 2 essential Visitor2 Reg: 27-Oct-2008 Posts: 9 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton Internet Security Is Performing Background Tasks - Causing System Instability Problems Posted:
These can cause conflicts, and may be causing the freezing. If that's the case, it's unlikely to be Norton causing this problem. So I reverted back to my cloned drive. More about the author Use the Exceptions tab and check the File and Printer Sharing entry, which should now, by default, be set only for the local subnet, i.e.
Came across this site, tried the /NoExecute=AlwaysOff method, and computer started right up. Thanks! Once you have booted into safe mode, use these steps: Right-click on My Computer and select Properties.
When the box opens type in sfc /scannow hit Enter, and let it run. You can do this before and after resetting the catalog to find out whether any entries were in fact removed and which ones these were. You can find these in Computer Administration, Services. Regarding what you describe: << I also noticed this background task running on my set this morning until half hour ago at an interval of some 4, 5 minutes.
Join over 733,556 other people just like you! Since the system is running from the NBRT CD, the C: drive is NOT in use. If the path contains a space, add double quotes. http://internetpasswordpro.com/win-xp/win-xp-hangs-intermittently.html Started receiving Ispeng32.dll errors after the recent Live Updates were installed on or around Aug. 29 to Aug. 30. 2014.
These can be cleaned but the procedure varies by model (this happens on desktops also but it's more obvious and easier to deal with). I have disconnected my internet, took all my documents and programs I did not need and pics. This would be overkill. Event Viewer gives:- Event ID: 1000 Faulting application ccsvchst.exe, version 188.8.131.52, faulting module IDSxpx86.dll, version 184.108.40.2061, fault address 0x00013cef.
Lost control over ICS If you can no longer control ICS (Internet Connection Sharing) from the client computers, a possible cause is that UPnP (Universal Plug-n-Play) no longer works. MikeO Employee Symantec Employee27 Reg: 20-Aug-2008 Posts: 75 Solutions: 2 Kudos: 20 Kudos0 Re: Norton Internet Security Is Performing Background Tasks - Causing System Instability Problems Posted: 18-Nov-2008 | 6:55AM • I ran CPU-ID and have show Core Speed 2174.51, Multiplier x13, Bus Speed 167, Rated FSB 334.51 all +/- as system changes. Some programs seem to stop working after you install Windows XP Service Pack 2 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/842242/ Programs that may behave differently in Windows XP Service Pack 2 http://support.microsoft.com/kb/884130/ Of course these lists
CPU details according to Speccy is AMD Athlon XP Palomino Socket A, MMX(+), 3DNow (+), SSE. Another option is to try the Norton Removal Tool and remove the 120 version. A potential workaround, also unverified and untested, could be to set the IDE channel to PIO mode for a test, because there are some indications that a DMA driver is involved Don't forget to re-enable the drivers which *weren't* causing the problem, afterwards!If this doesn't help, then check the Windows Task Manager (press CTRL-ALT-DEL together, once) and select the "Processes" tab to
NIS was reporting that hadn't been updated for one day so I ran LiveUpdate and found there were 14 patches to install. by LloydSchulz / December 5, 2008 3:44 PM PST In reply to: Freezes, Hangs, and Tilts on Your PC or Laptop I totally agree!! Be alert and vigilant. . | Always have a Backup Plan! To find this topic quickly, you can search the Help and Support Center for UPnP.
Win XP pro w/SP3 hangs Started by jaf , Aug 31 2011 08:25 PM Page 1 of 4 1 2 3 Next » Please log in to reply 48 replies to http://community.norton.com/norton/board/message?board.id=nis_feedback&thread.id=36621 Thanks, TomV Norton Forums Moderator Symantec Corporation 1 2 Replies are locked for this thread. If you could identify the offending program this way, try to obtain a newer version that is compatible with Service Pack 2, leave the program disabled for now, or uninstall it Please try again now or at a later time.
Back to top #14 AustrAlien AustrAlien Inquisitor BC Advisor 6,772 posts OFFLINE Gender:Male Location:Cowra NSW Australia Local time:01:14 PM Posted 02 September 2011 - 05:29 AM You mentioned in one If you have a more powerful third party defragmenter (example: PerfectDisk by www.raxco.com), it should be sufficient to defragment after the successful service pack installation. Even sometime I cant work for the whole day. sdb1 and sdd1 are the drives combined with RAID1 as my D: drive "Big Dog".