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I uninstalled and then tries to reload Norton Internet Security. While reloading teh setup program executes to the stage where it is about to load the Norton Antivirus Module. After a few seconds the meassge comes up "this MSI must be loded through setup". I am using setup so I am confued as to what this means.

The setup program performs the pre install virus scan and does not return any problems, and gets bogged at this same point every time. On accepting the displayed message the install program terminates.

I would appreciate some guidance.

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Hey closer,

What is the exact error you are getting. Is there error happening while trying to install NAV or opening it up?


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Ditto

I now get it to install. I got over the MSI problem by using Tuneup and the windows installer program. Now when I go to turn on the security settings the program closes. Also Live update will not run. I click on it and absolutely nothing happens. I did at one stage get a message that somebody had tamperered with my registration.
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