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Just a coincidence. When I click "uninstall" on Norton 360, nothing happens. Also run a CHKDSK to verify the directory structure integrity. Try extending the time before those features kick in. http://codecreview.com/computer-shuts/computer-shuts-down-when-running-programs-help.html

When running Norton Antivirus, though, there may be times when the computer fails to shut down or locks up when you try to log out of Windows. The changes to Norton would not give the Windows messages on shut down. Tiradientes Contributor4 Reg: 26-Nov-2009 Posts: 29 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Full system scan stops and turns computer off Posted: 04-Sep-2012 | 3:55PM • 24 Replies • Permalink On my PC Trashing advice from a wise industry member such as Brett isn't something you want to do on these forums... https://community.norton.com/en/forums/windows-shut-down-during-full-scan

I mean I get that it means check disk but is that in hijackthis or norton or regular system scan or what? Check the settings for your High Performance power settings. I realized indeed that the cooling fan was doing a lot of noise, since several weeks/months. mouse24Jul 19, 2012, 5:40 AM Brett928S2 said: Hi No, I dont work for Symantec or anyone else, most people here on Toms know that I own some Computers companies in the

Windows 10 Pro 64-bit / Norton Security v.22.8.x yank Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 02-Dec-2009 Posts: 14,015 Solutions: 604 Kudos: 3,288 Kudos0 Re: Full System Scan causes Shutdown or Restart Posted: 23-Feb-2016 It shuts down after a while even when I insert the XP-cd to re-install XP.(WinXP partition is already deleted). kn newgirl197, Aug 9, 2007 #14 Support4U Joined: Jun 29, 2007 Messages: 236 newgirl197 said: Support4u: thanks for the tip about compressed files, I did what you said and the http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MalwareIf you feel the need to call me out on using wikipedia as a reference, then feel free to look it up on some other reputable site.

I installed Microsoft Word and that went fine. Except mine also does it when playing games online. Self-test 896K passed! weblink As a consequence, the security system shuts the computer down to avoid damages.

If you're new to Tech Support Guy, we highly recommend that you visit our Guide for New Members. When I start the computer Norton's interface shows like I didn't even do a scan. Sep 26, 2004 #19 rangerhawk TS Rookie Just a quick note to mention that I have had this exact problem for the past 3 months. Event Xml:           41     3     1     63     0     0x8000400000000002         26600    

get a free product like avg. this content The SFC scan you did does check all Windows system files for errors. So I don't know if it found anything. Norton's found and deleted 1 virus (can't remember the name) but my computer fans and hard drive fans seem to be always going, and during all the scans it shuts down.

can't get out of this check disk mode. this content Be more polite or you will build up a bad rep on Tom's. Self-test 800K passed! The first part of your last post would indicate that there were Windows updates pending on your last shutdown.

Things happen. If you run in to problems removing the virus itself post information on that virus in the chat so we can assist. Self-test 720K passed! http://codecreview.com/computer-shuts/computer-shuts-down-when-running-spybot.html wavetrexJul 19, 2012, 5:13 AM He probably works for Symantec.If I read the rules correctly, advertising is not allowed here in these forums...Quote: "Avira rescue cd, kaspersky rescue cd, malwarebytes, running

Self-test 12K passed! [Fri Jan 22 23:35:03 2016] Self-test 800K passed! Self-test 40K passed! Thanks!!!!

I might suggest using chkdsk /r.

You basically were advertising when you said "Norton IS THE BEST" when in fact its most likely a false statement with no factual evidence to back it up. I turned the computer back on and went to Custom Scan, "Scan Schedule" and set it to Stay on and it finished and stayed on. It would not shut down in DOS or from a Linux boot disk... If you want to see what and when the last BSOD was on your sytem, you can use the program I use below.

You can view the BSOD dumps using Nirsoft's Bluescreen View from here.  http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/blue_screen_view.html (link is external) Then you can post screenshots here for help in diagnosing them. This only happens when I run a full system scan. If you need to run a scan in Safe Mode and or otherwise restart the computer, you can close Norton manually before shutting down the computer. check over here I didn't start the quick scan it started automatically.

peterweb Guru Mobile Master Norton Fighter25 Reg: 17-Apr-2008 Posts: 17,116 Solutions: 577 Kudos: 2,921 Kudos0 Re: Full system scan stops and turns computer off Posted: 06-Sep-2012 | 6:53PM • Permalink Try Makes a click right before. Dave  floplot Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 11-Apr-2009 Posts: 21,639 Solutions: 474 Kudos: 3,411 Kudos0 Re: Full System Scan causes Shutdown or Restart Posted: 02-Apr-2016 | 7:58PM • Permalink Hello SGFC The His experience is lengthy enough that it is probably in your interests to at least pay attention.Yes, a free solution might work, if it is some other bootable CD, but as

When you look at the "details" tab does it show anything? If you launch a Full System Scan from the main user interface and simultaneously launch a Full System Scan from the Custom Scans dialog box, the running of the Full System Which I believe it's supposed to do. Export/Backup your Identity Safe data.

Self-test 28K passed! spyware blaster found nothing so I tried to do an online scan with different virus scanners but same thing. I checked my power plan options and none of them are set to turn off the system. "When items are complete, computer should stay on" is set. Second of all, malwarebytes is certainly an anti virus program.

not BUY stuff.Good luck keri ! Tiradientes Contributor4 Reg: 26-Nov-2009 Posts: 29 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Full system scan stops and turns computer off Posted: 08-Sep-2012 | 3:06PM • Permalink I have  Thinkpad laptop. Success always occurs in private and failure in full view. Has Norton found any malware during those scans and is trying to cleanup the malware by trying to reboot your computer?

Kinda the pot calling the kettle black here aren't we?Brett your advice is spot on, so is the advice of using free software.