This has been going on for a long long time. I have never been able to figure this out, but every time I shut down or restart my computer I get a ccapp "End Program" message. It stays up for about 5 seconds before self terminating. Does anybody know what this is or how to solve this problem? I tried a search and the only thing I found out is that ccapp may be associated with Norton Anti-Virus. Which I have, lastest verision. But this problem has occured with earlier versions too.
Dell Inspiron Laptop - Frozen Out With Message To End Program?
I have a Dell, Intel 3 notebook with Windows 2000, and I keep getting frozen out with message to end program all the time. Seems it needs fixed up some way. What can I do to get the programs to open more quickly and stop freezing with End Program message?
Mdmcls32.exe - End Program - Message - AXWIN Frame Window
I have an HP Pavilion dv6110us laptop that is running on Windows XP Media Center Edition Version 2002, and I'm using CA Security Center 2008, which was a recent upgrade that I installed. I'm experiencing similar problems that RHCPfreak21 had reported (system freezing, Task Manager taking forever to open and end a program, etc.). Also, after startup, Internet Explorer won't open, so I have to restart, and then it opens. At shutdown, I've been receiving the following messages:
AXWIN Frame Window DDE Server mdmcls32.exe
I've run several virus scans, and thank goodness none were found. However, the spyware scans found some files. Per your instructions to RHCPfreak21, I ordered AdWareSE 2007 to fix the AXWIN Frame Window error, and it found 19,372 infected files. All the files were from Wildtangent games. I started experiencing these problems the day after my niece had used my computer, and she likes to play Poker. She evidently went to a site that unleashed malware or something onto my computer without her knowing it. I'll find out tonight when I shutdown if it took care of the AXWIN Frame Window error. I hope so. I've also contacted Microsoft for the "hotfix" to fix the DDE Server message. I'm still waiting to hear from them.
Several Applications Need Manual - End Now - On Shut Down
On my work PC running XP SP2 when I do a Shut Down or Restart on about a dozen apps I need to Click the End Now button. I have a second PC at the office on XP SP2 and one at home on XP SP1 and on those I don't even see the window for the apps shutting down. On top of that the system can't take them down itself...I MUST click the "End Now" button.
SP3 Wont Shut Down - Sprtcmd.exe - Manually End
I have a Dell XPS computer with Windows XP SP3. Just yesterday it started acting up by when I went to shut it down (and it does this every time now) it says "ending program "sprtcmd.exe" , then unable to end program, so I have to end manually EVERY DARN TIME. This just started with shut down last nite. I did a system restore and that fixed it, BUT then my McCaffee Antivirus program said it can not load due to an error, basically the antivirus program got all screwed up, so I UN-DID the restore. Now the antivirus works well but the stupid "sprtcmd.exe" problem is back! So I did that about 5 times picking different System Restore points each time and for some reason the McCafee screws up, so I had to undo each one.
End Program Zoom In
My laptop has just starting showing the above message whenever I shut down or restart. It then gives me the option to "End Now" or let it end itself. What is this error for as i've noticed that the laptop is also running slower not sure if this is connected to this or not.
End Program - Hung Up And Not Responding
I need to use the "control-alt-delete" to end a program that is hung-up and not responding and I then get the dialog box asking me if I want to send a message to Microsoft telling them about the problem. First of all, is there really any reason to send this message, and if not, how can I prevent this dialog box from showing up again?
Open More Than 1 Program - End Up Not Responding
I used the windows xp home edition disk to reformat my computer. i also installed the chipsets and drivers for the motherboard (hoping its done right) and i had a couple of other cds, one being 'ATI CATALYST driver suite' which i dont really know what to do with and another for a pci modem. They came with the computer but i think you need to know about how the computer works to know what to do with them. Well anyway my programs such as windows media player, outlook express, search.... etc.
End Program Not Running - Quite Often Longer
when I try to end them it takes an inordinately long time. Like two or more minutes. I bring up Task Manager, highlight the "not running " program and click "end task" which brings up another box that says "end program". But when I click this box nothing happens for at least a couple of minutes, quite often longer. I can repeat this process over and over and it makes no difference.
End Program Shellcon Hidden
The thread about this problem has been closed (expired and solved) but I read it, and followed the instructions given to get rid of that message,(End Program Shellcon Hidden Window)which comes up every time I need to shut down my computer.But after I restarted my computer I got the following message:System Configuration Utility Window.You have used the System Configuration Utility to make changes to the Windows .The System Configuration Utility is currently in Diagnostic or Selective Startup Mode, causing this message to be displayed and the utility to run everytime Windows starts.Choose the Normal Startup mode on the General Tab to start Windows normally and undo the changes you made using the System Configuration Utility.
CPU 100% And End Program Zoom In
Often when I start my computer my CPU usage reaches 100% even though no programs are running. When I go to reboot it, an "End Program - Zoom In" window pops up and I have to click on OK to end the program for the computer to shut down. It seems obvious to me that this "Zoom In" program is using all my resources but I don't know how to keep it from starting - and it doesn't always start.My computer is an Acer TravelMate 2300 with an Intel Celeron 1500 Mhz processor and 1.23 Ghz of RAM, Windows XP Home Edition SP2. I have AVG anti virus and run AVG Spyware, Ad-Aware, and SpyBot regularly.
Application Hang Up / Can't End The Program
I get random application hang up. I can't end the program. The restart command will not respond. I must push the main button until the system shuts down. The system starts again without difficulty.The Windows XP Event Viewer shows no system errors. In the application window it simply shows Application Hang with the Event 1001/1002 combination. I can't seem to find any really useful information on these event codes. The problem has become a daily occurrence.
Program Not Responding Press End Now Or Cancel
I have had several customers who have had shutdown problems. The error message offers 2 choices: "End Now" and "Cancel." I think this is caused by part of the program being stuck in memory, but I'm not sure memory leak? more RAM, adjust VM or disk cache, ...??
End Program Shellcon Hidden Window
Every time I close my computer for the day I get the message "End Program Shellcon Hidden Window" I read your previous threads but I cannot decipher how to get rid of the message from my machine. I do have music match installed in my computer. Is this something you can help a beginner with?
End Program MCI Command Handling Window
After searching online I found your website and looks like very very helpful. So this is my first time asking you something.let's see how we get on. I am more than happy to contribute with donations if i get my problems resolved! Every time when I am going to shut down the computer I almost always get the dialog box message End Program - MCI command handling window.
End Program Box Shown When Shutdown System
When shutting down my laptop (Toshiba Satellite, Windows XP), I get the "end program" box that says MCCWSA will not shut down. This box stays on screen until I click end now. This is something that started recently and I can shut down by clicking the "end now" button. If I don't click the end now button the computer does not shut down. This is very annoying. It seems to have started when I cannot get online and a verizon box pops up and asks if I wish for them to check my computer. When I say yes they do and tell me everything is ok. This is a waste.
End Program Sprtcmd.exe / Uninstalling Dell Support Center
i am on an XP operating system on a dell. everytime one of the users logs off, we get the window that says "ending program sprtcmd.exe", and then we have to go and end program manually every time we log off. i read a similar post on here where someone was having that problem, and was told it was related to the dell support center, and they were advised to uninstall it. i tried to uninstall the dell support center, and this message pops up: "Error 1306. Another application has exclusive access to the file c:/Documents and settingsBarbLocal SettingsApplication DataSupport SoftDell Support CenterBarbstate logssprtcmd.log. Please shut down all other applications then click Retry"
It will not let me click retry, i have to close out the little window or hit cancel, then it goes through a little more of the "windows configuring", and then i get a little window for "add or remove programs" that says "fatal error during installation" and then that's that. it won't let me uninstall the program! i know this isn't a major problem or anything, but still having to manually click that window everytime i log off is quite aggrivating.
Getting Error Message During Shut Down Process?
everytime I restart or shut down my computer, I get an error message saying that IDLESA~1.exe failed to initialize because my system is shutting down. I have no idea what executable file this is, it just came out of nowhere. This happens everytime & I still can't figure out how to get rid of it.
Getting Memory Written Failure Message Upon Every Shut Down?
i get this weird message just before shutdown:-the instruction at 0x01604617 referenced memory at 000000007, the memory could not be written. i have ran a disk check and it has come up clean. any ideas? someone said it might be malware? what is malware, and how do you scan for it?
Computer Doesn't Goto Program - Freezes / Not Shut Down
I can start my computer, get to my desk top, my icons load as well as my anti virus icon on the task bar; however, once I click on an icon, an hour glass appears but my computer doesn't go to the program or web page I'm trying to open, then if I click another, my computer freezes I can not do a shut down but am able to log-off. I can access the web or my MS Office files via safe mode as well as MS Outlook. Can you tell me what has happen to my system?
Explorer.exe, CCApp.exe (NIS) At 100% CPU, Taskbar Toolbars Disappear
Every day about once or twice, I get extremely annoyed after my computer reaches 100% CPU usage and stays there, most of the times forcing me to sit in front of it, ending processes on Task Manager until finally I'm able to restart, taking 10 minutes of my time, especially because when I return to Windows after rebooting, my 4 toolbars in the taskbar, including 40+ shortcuts in the Quick Launch bar, disappear, forcing me to manually reorganize them (which I do with help from the latest screenshot I've taken).
The culprits are explorer.exe (surprise, surprise ), other times CCApp.exe (Norton Internet Security 2005's user session manager), and last time rundll32.exe, which I closed and then, believe it or not, firefox.exe was taking 100% CPU (I'm sure it has nothing to do with Firefox though, maybe a problem with an extension since I have more than 35, but I doubt it). I do not use Internet Explorer, and I don't have any viruses (just checked last night).
Also, spyware is out of the question here (checked about 3 days ago and I'm doing fine, in fact I haven't had any type of spyware in 3 or 4 months (since switching to Firefox it's almost like spyware doesn't exist, what a coincidence), other than tracking cookies, and I've checked with both Spybot and Ad-Aware SE 1.05 with all the most thorough settings).
I'm running Windows XP Home Edition with SP2 on a Dell Inspiron 5150 (3 GHz P4, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD), nVidia GeForce FX Go5200 graphics card (latest nVidia drivers), latest BIOS from Dell, etc....
Program Not Responding Message
I have Internet Explorer 7 for browser use outlook express for mail and XP is my Operating System. My daughter has XP and uses Sea Monkey for browser and mail program. I, my daughter and other people have commented that at different times their computers and mine all freeze and you get a program not responding message. In a matter of seconds or maybe a minute it clears and everything resumes as before slow down. All different computers, XP for Oerating System etc. and we all experience the slow down. Any comments on this. Could it be XP.I had some problems with Internet Explorer 7 at first but after some experience with it I'm satisfied with it.