Process name: Symantec Core Component or symlcbrd
Product: symlcbrd or Symantec Core Component
Company: Symantec Corporation (www.symantec.com)
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|All comments about symlcbrd.sys: |
| Chris|| Seems to be Symantec |
| Chuck Dunne|| Norton AntiVirus low level driver See also: Link |
| Georg|| part of Symantec Norton Internet Security See also: Link |
| Antonio Pulido|| Yes part of NiS or NAV |
| Ron O|| It caused a found new hardware and Windows install new hardware to appear on reboot. It appeared after I downloaded Symantec /Norton antivirus. Then found that It used 10 to 15 % of my processor. When I uninstalled the Symantec product, I had to spend a couple of hours locating all the remaining files and manually remove them. Still coulden't get the pest out. Finally went to My Computer/Properties/Device Manager and found it highlighted in yellow and attached to MCSTRM, a RealPlayer scheduler or some such. I right clicked it and deleted it and then right clicked MSTRM and disabled that. |
| Ron O|| Following up on my previous posting. What I did stopped the problem and removed the cursed thing. At this point I truelu think Norton AntiVirus is a virus unto itself. My advice. Get AVG. |
| Marc|| It is listed by Symantec as one of their low level drivers See also: Link |
| Ron || It comes up on found new hardware on boot. |
| Linda|| Hi, Everytime I start my pc, it keeps telling me theres new hardware detected and if I would like to install the new hardware symlcbrd. There is no Symantic (Norton AV) on this pc but there was up until last week. It might be a left over component but I don't understand the new hardware message so now I am going to give the pc a good clean-up. If it is still there giving the same message after I have cleaned I remove it! There are two more messages about hardware, about a printer thats not there and a file called tmfilter which I think has to do with Trend Micro AV that is running now(I hope) |
| || Note: Any malware can be named anything - so you should check where the files of the running processes are located on your disk. If a "non-Microsoft" .exe file is located in the C:\Windows or C:\Windows\System32 folder, then there is a high risk for a virus, spyware, trojan or worm infection! See also: Link |
| Doron|| Definitely a Symantec file. It is a NAV driver, don't erase it. See also: Link |
| Gorrit|| Same experience as Ron had, plus that it made my boot excruciatingly slow and slows down the processor after that. Norton Antivirus 2002 never gave any trouble but this is a pest. I am going to throw away my 45 euro Norton rubbish and get myself a McAfee. |
| || Part of Norton AntiVirus |
| gimp|| necessary for norton anti vir but doesn't uninstall when uninstalling norton |
| scout|| was in C:\WINDOWS\system32\drivers |
| || A pain when left behind by removing Norton as it keeps loading some basic part of Norton Internet Worm protection if your system had it. |
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