paddy123 12:58 19 Sep 03


does anyone know what sysdoc.32exe is?

i have it running in processes and at startup and it is using large amounts of cpu plus memory

thanks paddy

  VoG II 13:04 19 Sep 03

Part of Norton Utilities as far as I can make out.

  Taff36 13:05 19 Sep 03

This explains it:

Norton System Doctor helps keep your computer free of problems and running at peak efficiency. By default, Norton System Doctor runs quietly in the background, continually monitoring your computer's operating environment. It can alert you immediately when conditions require attention. Not Required in startup. Can be run manually.
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  johnbhoy 13:05 19 Sep 03

Paddy - I think it is some sort of Spyware, do a search at click here brings up loads of threads, think you need to install and run a Spyware program.



  Taff36 13:09 19 Sep 03

I think it`s exactly the opposite unless it`s a double agent!

  Switcher 13:12 19 Sep 03

Part of Norton

  johnbhoy 14:28 19 Sep 03

Sorry lads - I stand corrected.



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