Re: Norton Security
From: Mike Hall \(MS-MVP\) (mike.hall.mail_at_sympatico.ca)
Date: Thu, 4 Aug 2005 10:40:28 -0400
Go to the Symantec website and look for the tool to remove all that is
Norton.. after having found and successfully used the tool, repeat 100 times
"I will never install another Norton Product EVER"..
Look online for a free alternative, until such time as you decide what other
product you want to replace Norton..
-- Mike Hall MVP - Windows Shell/User "cathy4" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:EC4C1EDC-EB62-4EFD-A49F-990C0666763B@microsoft.com... > PLEASE can someone help me. I had Norton System Works put on my computer > last year and everything was going fine. Then the subscription ran out a > few > weeks ago and I could no longer update my virus definitions. Earlier > today I > noticed that Norton were offering a free 90 day trial for Norton Security > 2005 (I have Norton 2002). I thought I would give it a go and see how > things > went. I went ahead and downloaded and installed it, then halfway through > it > hit a problem. So it seems like now my old Norton Anti-Virus has > disappeared > and when I try to open the new one from my desktop it is giving me an > error > message and loads of instructions to do things which I have not got a clue > about. I still have my Norton icon with the Utilities, Systemworks and > one > button thingy but they do not seem to be able to operate. Please can > someone > just tell me how to get back to how things were with my old Norton > Security > and do away with this new one that I have tried and failed miserably to > install. Cheers. Thanks and here's hoping.