NIS2010 ccSvcHst.exe error & Symantec support I installed NIS2010 a few weeks ago, and every time it runs an idle or scheduled Full scan I receive a ccSvcHst.exe - Application Error. Once you click OK it shuts the program down. This morning at 5:30am CST the error popped up again, so I decided to try the One Click Support and chose the chat option. I was greeted by a tech named Sarin in less than one minute which was a pleasant surprise. I provided the full error message as seen in the screenshot below, then Sarin asked to remotely connect to my pc since I was at the system with the problem. After I downloaded and ran the LogMeIn Rescue file Sarin took control of the mouse. He headed over the the System properties to see what kind of OS/cpu/memory I had (XPP SP3, Athlon 64 3800+ @ 2.7, 2GB DDR), and then went to the Advanced settings to check out my Virtual memory. I have it set to System Managed and 2GB was allocated. He then clicked on Custom size but did not enter in a value which I thought was odd. Afterwards he clicked Set and was prompted to reboot the computer. Since I had a text file opened but not saved I halted the reboot and asked him if he was trying to set a specific size. He said "I didn't change anything", so I asked him if he'd like me to enter in the values and he said 'yes'. Weird. So I went back and set a 3GB static swap and rebooted. When the OS came back up he was still connected. Since I have Hitman Pro installed it scans on every reboot. He noticed the Hitman GUI in the background and said that it may be conflicting with NIS2010. I told him it does not have an active service and is on demand only, however he probably thought it was a rogue so I simply uninstalled it for the time being. He then emptied the Windows Temp & Prefetch directories. Finally he started a Norton Full scan and now I am no longer receiving the ccSvcHst.exe error. I am not one to usually post about my personal tech support experiences. However I thought it might be a good idea since Google had no results on the issue, and I felt that Symantec provided exceptional support. Total time from start to finish was ~15 min. * FWIW I reinstalled Hitman Pro and the Norton error has not resurfaced.