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In_The_Closet

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Hi I'm new to this type of communication, and I was hoping somebody would beable to help me ASAP!
I have bought Norton Internet Security 2006 (NIS) and have had no luck at installing it. I get a message dialogue box that says, "This product requires Windows 2000 Service Pack 3 or greater or a 32-bit version of Windows XP. Setup will exit. For upgrades or service packs, contact Microsoft at: [url="http://www.microsoft.com/windows""]http://www.microsoft.com/windows"[/url] :tazz:

---Does anybody have any ideas of how to configure the setup files so I can install it?
---I used resource hacker and see a GUI product Id, what does that mean and does that have something to do with the prevention of my installation?

Thank you so much!
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Sounds like you don't have Vista here, if you don't then your posting in the wrong forum. Paste this in Windows XP.
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I do have Windows Vista. The build is 5270. I don't know if it will install or not but if somebody finds out a way to install it PLEASE...PLEASE post because the internet is not a safe place if you don't have some type of protection for you computer. Thanks. :tazz:
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Have you tried the beta of the MS av designed for vista or another AV(nortons almost as bad as having nothing somethimes).
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do have Windows Vista

where did you get your windows vista beta from?
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I got it from Microsoft Beta site. I'm part of their beta program.
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Have you tried the beta of the MS av designed for vista or another AV(nortons almost as bad as having nothing somethimes).


I'm confused as to what you mean. What is the MS av design? I've never heard of that.
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