The memory could not be "read/written". Follow the on-screen commands. Not sure I understand that comment either. Thanks.
The best part is that repairing registry errors can also dramatically improve system speed and performance. Incorrectly editing your registry can stop your PC from functioning and create irreversible damage to your operating system. Very nice. Only 7 users has voted so far so it does not offer a high degree of confidence. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/nsexe-cpu-hog
https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/v60392881_EndUserProfile_en_us www.norton.com/nrnr Please come back and let us know how you made out. Step 3: Clean Out Your System Junk (Temporary Files and Folders) With Disk Cleanup (cleanmgr) Over time, your computer accumulates junk files from normal web surfing and computer use. Based on votes from 7 users.NOTE: Please do not use this poll as the only source of input to determine what you will do with ns.exe.
To check for Windows Updates (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10): Click the Start button. Did you install it yourself or did it come bundled with some other software? This decreases as time goes on. Type "cleanmgr" and hit ENTER.
In a few words: I believe something else is going on. Important: Some malware camouflages itself as NS.exe. If I was a Norton Security developer I would have been more cautious with such a feature. (starting to de-frag the disk when already low on memory is a recipe for https://community.norton.com/en/forums/high-cpu-used-nsexe Windows 7 Pro 64 bit NSBU 126.96.36.199 IE 11 Replies are locked for this thread.
Tip: Although Disk Cleanup is a wonderful built-in tool, it will not completely clean up all of the temporary files on your computer. I have my full scans set for once a week and done at night when I'm not using the computer. After that, subsequent scans will be much quicker. And so I attempt just that: What??
It is not a Windows system file. http://www.file.net/process/ns.exe.html No way should a scan take 7-8 hours to complete. This is what it looks like on my workstation: Note that there's a total of 5.3 GB RAM used by memory mapped files. My theory is that it happens if the computer is already running low on memory and NS.exe decides the computer is idle and then starts doing 'something'.
Score UserComments This is malware Sean NS.exe kann auch ein Update von norton security sein.Also vorher mal schauen was dort aktiv ist. To run System File Checker (Windows XP, Vista, 7, 8, and 10): Click the Start button. Btw: I never use IE. Anyway, all of this is just speculation on my part.
FreeFixer is a freeware tool that analyzes your system and let you manually identify unwanted programs. This step is your final option in trying to resolve your ns.exe issue. If I don't have the answer perhaps another user can help you. Enter any administrator passwords (if prompted).
The instruction at "0xXXXXXXXX" referenced memory at "0xXXXXXXXX". This forum thread needs a solution. Because of this risk, we highly recommend using a trusted registry cleaner such as WinThruster (Developed by Microsoft Gold Certified Partner) to scan and repair any ns.exe-related registry problems.
You can change the time to become idle down to 1 minute. Register Now Language ▼ English Français Nederlands 日本語 Deutsch Español Italiano Português (BR) Dansk Cestina 中文 (漢語) Türkçe Русский Polski Svenska Norsk Suomi 한국말 Ελληνικά Magyar Home Software Products WinThruster DriverDoc I'm not expecting Norton Security to be compatible with Linux. The only solution I've found is to boot the computer.
floplot Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 11-Apr-2009 Posts: 21,917 Solutions: 477 Kudos: 3,432 Kudos0 Re: ns.exe is a CPU hog Posted: 17-May-2015 | 4:38PM • Permalink Hello No, I was not saying My workstation is Windows. This is what it looks like on my workstation: Note that there's a total of 5.3 GB RAM used by memory mapped files. I've got an suspicion that the problem is related to low memory on the system but it seems ns.exe could potentially hog more of the memory than the 500 MB -
I want to let you know about the FreeFixer program. If you want to try a remove and reinstall, you could do that, but then the beginning things would probably have to be done over again. My theory is that it happens if the computer is already running low on memory and NS.exe decides the computer is idle and then starts doing 'something'. What do you know about NS.exe: How would you rate it: < Please select > important for Windows or an installed application (++) seems to be needed (+) neither dangerous nor
Remember to run live update and reboot when necessary. What to do?