Still I have this problem. Bootsector begone with her! Is it running smoothly or do you get some error message? does anyone know if a dialer can still work if you're using a cable connection and not a dial up?
Change the schedule to every hour (or 4, the default) and that should quiet things down for you. 0 Message Author Comment by:ptsolutionsinc ID: 350443902011-03-05 I checked the live update uniqs12128 Share « Problem uninstalling Norton's LiveUpdate on Win'98 • The Saga of Bofra and Falk AG » uff dajoin:2004-11-14Wichita, KS uff da Member 2004-Nov-14 8:07 pm LUCOMS~1.exe????Okay first off I lucoms~1.exe is a part of Symantecs Internet security suite and deals with mainly live updates, which keep your product up to date from the latest security threats. The .exe extension on a filename indicates an executable file.
Join our community for more solutions or to ask questions. Which type of operating system are you running? 32-bit 64-bit Don't know Results Freefixer.com » Library » What is LUCOMS~1.EXE? You'll get better and quicker help that way! · actions · 2004-Nov-23 11:05 pm · BrettStarrPremium Memberjoin:2003-11-07Las Vegas, NV
What version of Norton 360 -- Version 1 or Version 2? No comments posted yet.Leave a reply Email address (required, but not visible on web site): Your name (required): Just to make sure you are human and not a spam bot, please You haven't yet said where you're seeing this reference to lucoms~1.exe, so it's a bit difficult to say why it's happening. · actions · 2004-Nov-14 9:35 pm · [email protected]
Posted: 13-Aug-2008 | 5:50PM • Permalink Christoper, I have an updated 2008.5 Norton Internet Security on my Windows XP Machine. You can find my email address at the contact page. It started yesterday and is showing up every hour or so. LiveUpdate communications for any symantec product.
However, some "dialers" may simply access sites over your broadband connection, but those aren't technically "dialers".In what way does your computer say it visited a certain sex site? Symantec does not control the subcontractor to their subcontractor in India. Hugh Tony_Weiss Admin Administrator30 Reg: 07-Apr-2008 Posts: 6,767 Solutions: 209 Kudos: 4,549 Kudos0 Re: LUCOMS~1.EXE and LuCallBackProxy.exe often take an extreme amount of CPU. Path location C:\Windows\Prefetch-Good luck. · actions · 2004-Nov-24 1:17 am · Barbara AnnMVMjoin:2000-10-17Canada
Paul G It randomly appears on my computer and lags it, so i have to end it with Task Manager. Anyway the important thing is you have the result you want. huwyngr Guru Norton Fighter25 Reg: 13-Apr-2008 Posts: 25,599 Solutions: 330 Kudos: 3,837 Kudos0 Re: LUCOMS~1.EXE and LuCallBackProxy.exe often take an extreme amount of CPU. BleepingComputer.com will not be held responsible if changes you make cause a system failure.
I'm not sure why you're seeing it referenced in the DOS (8,3) filename format, however. (Is it somehow getting run from a desktop link, possibly, or at system start-up?) · actions Is lucoms~1.exe harmful? I want to let you know about the FreeFixer program. If you require further assistance for this file, feel free to ask about in the forums.
andrew LUCOMS~1.exe is annoying. Also my Live Update does not work when my router is plugged in. http://free.… Anti-Virus Apps Symantec Endpoint Protection: The Heartbeat Process Article by: jmlamb OVERVIEW This guide provides information on the process performed when the Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) client checks in with It won't be as involved as upgrading the SEPM software.
All rights reserved. The instruction at "0xXXXXXXXX" referenced memory at "0xXXXXXXXX". After checking the task manager, LUCOMS~1.exe is the culprit.
Disclaimer It is assumed that users are familiar with the operating system they are using and comfortable with making the suggested changes. Get 1:1 Help Now Advertise Here Enjoyed your answer? but I'm sick of purchasing programs only to have to rebuild it because the antivirus didn't follow through. Makes me wonder what's up?
Lucoms~1.exe is able to monitor applications. Therefore, you should check the lucoms~1.exe process on your PC to see if it is a threat. Posted: 01-Jul-2008 | 5:06PM • Permalink I'm also experiencing challenges with Lucoms~1.exe slowing my machine down but I have the Internet Security Product. Pressing CTRL+ALT+DEL identifies programs that are currently running - not necessarily at startup.