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Windows 98SE shutdown problem


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When I reboot, I get an error message that is titled LuCallback Proxy. Does anyone know what that is? It tells me if it keeps happening to contact the program vendor; however, I have no idea who that is. After I X out of it, it keeps popping back up 4-5 times before it finally shuts down.
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Download and install Live Update (lusetup.exe) if you have Norton

http://www.symantec....iles/lu/lu.html
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When I tried to uninstall Norton, the error message told me that Live Update was running in the background and I had to cancel that before I could uninstall. I have no idea how to do that. I couldn't find it anywhere. Can you help with that?
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It was updated 01-03-2006 and it should have just installed over the top

You are not looking to uninstall Norton, just re-install Live Update from the link in post 2

Click start then run, type msconfig then press enter then press start up, look for Norton live update, remove the tick, click apply and reboot. You should then be able to download and install it
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