Problems installing Norton I S 2005
Date: Thu, 26 May 2005 09:18:04 -0700
I have tried to install NIS 2005 on my machine which I upgraded to XP Pro
SP2. First time the system hanged up while installing. Any number of attempts
after that the CD failed to respond to Install button from intro screen.
Supplier has supplied a replacement CD, still no joy.
I have tried setting up trial version from symantec, same.
In the Add/Remove it lists NIS2005.
Please any MVP can you advise.
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