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Windows 2000 Pro freezes at start up after installing Nortons Systemwo


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So it sounds like it booted up ok. I'll check Norton's website. They may have an uninstall utility for this.....
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Here's a link for a tool to uninstall Norton......

http://service1.syma...prod=&ver=&osv=

Edited by macten, 18 March 2006 - 03:02 PM.

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I'll check back in awhile. Let us know if the tool works or not.....
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Nortons is still not uninstalling. I've made backups to all the necessary files. I'm leaning towards just loading Windows XP and trying to reformat.
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That Norton uninstall tool won't work?
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It seems like it may have worked after the thousandth time. I guess Nortons is lucky that I couldn't get the hd reformatted. We shall see what will happen next. I hope this works. By the way, thank you very much for all your help this afternoon, Macten. It is much appreciated. You're the king.
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Thanks for reporting back on the results. Glad I could help......
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