Every windows user at one time or another has come across some kind of error while using their Windows operating system. Most of the time, an error in the Windows registry is the reason why your computer faces these problems. Usually the errors are easy to understand and resolve. But, every once in a while you come across errors which you cannot comprehend or understand. Some of these errors are discussed below.
Svchost.exe or Service Host is a process which executes DLLs.Â At any point of time more than one svchost.exe can be found running on your system because it supports a number of essential Windows Services. This executable program ensures a secure and stable working PC.Â The following error message may be displayed on your computer screen, soon after an Automatic Windows Update:
â€œsvchost.exe- Application Error
The instruction atâ€0Ã—7c918feaâ€ referenced memory at â€œ0Ã—00000010.â€ The memory could not be â€œread.â€
Click on OK to terminate the program.
Click on Cancel to debug.
When you close this error message, your PC might freeze, forcing you to hard boot your system. To resolve this error message, open the System Properties dialog box, from the Control Panel.Â On the Automatic Updates tab, select the Turn Off Automatic Updates option and click OK and exit the System Properties dialog box. Next, reboot your PC and then connect to the Internet and manually update your system from the Windows Update web site to resolve the error. You can re-enable the Automatic Update feature after repairing the error message. However, if the error message reappears, disable it again and resort to manually updating your PC on a periodic basis.
Svchost.exe errors can also occur because of virus and spyware.Â To prevent these errors, anti-virus and anti-spyware software need to be kept up-to date, and regular scans should be done to keep your system virus and spyware free.
Another reason for application errors is a corrupt or damaged registry. These errors can be avoided by performing regular registry maintenance checks and scans to remove any unwanted information.
Ccapp.exe is the primary process of Norton AntiVirus software. This process runs in the background and continuously checks your system and inbound mail for viruses and spyware. An error in this process will prevent Norton Antivirus from working properly.
The most common Ccapp process error messages are:
- â€œccApp.exe is not respondingâ€
- Â â€œSymantec User Session has encountered a problem and needs to close. We are sorry for the inconvenience. Application Name: ccapp.exeâ€
Generally, these errors can be fixed with the latest Norton updates.
On a windows XP computer, the Ccapp error can be fixed by re-naming the rpawinet.dll file as rpawinet.old.
Even if you are not using any Norton products, there may be cases where you can still receive Ccapp.exe errors. The reason for this could be that your system is infected by virus or spyware. In this case, you would need to regularly scan and repair your computer and registry with the help of reliable registry cleaner, anti-virus and anti-spyware tools to fix and prevent such errors.