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I would uninstall Norton. The software is poorly written, poorly supported, and typical Symantec crap. That goes for the Windows version as well as the OS X one. Just my negative opinion of course, but the massive use of CPU cycles to run automatic virus scans (that really aren't needed) is something that's not only annoying but totally unwarranted.

BTW, in case you haven't figured out yet what was churning away at your CPU driving up the temperature, it was the Norton scheduled auto scanner.

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