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Symantec Service Framework error - 100% of CPU utilisation - returns in NIS2009 after few weeks
Last weeks I have problem as describbed here: http://forums.computers.toshiba-europe.com/forums/thread.jspa?messageID=126670 and here http://community.norton.com/norton/board/message?board.id=nis_feedback&message.id=6964&query.id=22439#M6964 Almost the same - my computer is starting and working ok, but from time to time is frozen by Symantec Service Framwork and all other descriptions are the same - "After being idle for these couple of seconds, the cooling fan will start to operate at maximum power, creating a tremendous noise I never experienced before, not even while the CPU was running at 100% for some time due to other programs. Forcing a restart is all I can do." Almost all the accidents of that issue was by NIS2008, but also Vista's explorer.exe and fingerprinttray service or Index Service process. I received advice from NIS team that I have right to use new NIS09 and for sure my machine is damaged - check here http://community.norton.com/norton/board/message?board.id=nis_feedback&message.id=6964&query.id=22439#M6964 I called Service, who changed MTB and CPU's - I changed to NIS09 after, a few weeks was all good, but now problem return - in last two weeks twice. (I observe that starts about 5 min after download of the updates by NIS (I know thatt cos NIS 09 has indicator of that time). One change is after hardware repairing - Vista is able to kill that damaged process (Admins have no right to do that), starts WeAreFault process, whos sending info about crash to MS - after about 15 min computer is starting to work correctly without restart... so I think a problem is somwhere on the line between Toshiba and Norton, cos repairing also changing behaviour of the machine - now is utilisation of non working CPU around 20% - before was 50-70% and 100% by crash. But Norton is also should for that. Has somebody any conclusion?