thank you very much for your question. My name is***** am a computer expert since 17 years and I will be assisting you today.
This sounds like a virus or spyware / adware that is causing this. Can I remotely connect to your computer please, so that I can directly analyze and resolve the problem for you while you can relax and watch me doing it on your screen? This is an optional service with a one-time flat fee, regardless of how long it will take me to fix the problem. We can resume it at any time, without additional costs. It also is safe, as you will be watching your screen and we will chat there as well, so that you will always know what I will be doing next while fixing the problem.
Thanks for your patience and best regards,
Well, Adware != Viruses, hence not seen by Norton.
What sucks? What are you talking about?
I do neither work for Norton nor for JustAnswer as an employee, I am an independent computer expert who is trying to help you and nothing else (JustAnswer is just a platform that matches people with questions to people with answers, much like eBay). But instead you keep telling me how all of this sucks and I am not sure what you actually want me to do. How about we get back to your problem and try to fix it up instead? Wouldn´t that be a better way to get things done? I am doing this since 17 years day in and day out and if we can do a remote-session, then I can fix this all up for you and make it work again. That´s all I really want to do for you at the moment, since you´ve called for an expert to help you - so let me help you instead of exchanging insults, don´t you think?
I fear it will not be that simple as you think it is, but since you keep on telling me how all of this sucks instead to work with me to get it resolved as quick as possible, I will opt out of your question and hope some other expert can help you better with your needs than I could.
Thank you very much and best regards,
Hello let me give this a try.This is a common problem with Nortons. The "nis.exe" stands for the "Norton Internet Security" agent. The "ccSvcHst.exe" is installed by Nortons to allow you to interact with Nortons using the GUI.The only way to stop Norton's eating your CPU power is to disable the scheduled full scans in the task scheduler of Windows 7 as mentioned in the below blog.Please refer to this blogPlease understand that we are Justanswer.com as the other Expert has told you above. We are independent techs worldwide.I have answered your question so please rate my service so that I can be paid for my time.