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Old 2004-02-05, 16:09   Link #1
Crimson
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Problem with Norton 2004

When i installed Norton Antivirus 2004 it wasn't working properly, and when i tried to reinstall and uninstall it, it won't let me.

So, does anyone know of a way for me to uninstall it from my PC? I've tried deleting the directory but i can't, and i haven't got any help from seaching the net.
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Old 2004-02-05, 16:19   Link #2
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Maby your a "NOVARG" infected.. a mod should re-direct your post in the Help forums though ..
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Old 2004-02-05, 16:20   Link #3
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maybe you've got a virus
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Old 2004-02-05, 17:13   Link #4
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Originally Posted by diabolistic
maybe you've got a virus
xD
You know what most people don't know, installing Norton IS the virus.
And you pay for it too.

The last time I used Norton software was back in 91...

Norton Utilities 2 for DOS

Even then they already sucked major ass. I've seen so much disasters with computers that contain Norton software.

Tip: use McAffee.


As for curing yourself of the Norton virus, mostly a complete register clean and data removal will do the trick.

If not a nice clean Format c:/q command will help.

good luck
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Old 2004-02-06, 00:29   Link #5
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I had a customer who's NAV2004 install went awry a while back. I spent an hour and a half trying to reinstall it, remove files and registry keys, all the usual troubleshooting stuff. Nothing worked. Eventually, I had to completely blow to system install away. It's amazing how tightly NAV gets tied in to the OS.

Before you try that though, look in the temporary/program installation directories (I think under UserName/Application Data or UserName/Local Settings or the like [substitute your current username for UserName, of course]). You'll find a VERY verbose installation log. You might find something that helps in there.
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