It should cover all accounts, although only the administrator account is likely to be able to change any settings
Download Tune Up from the link so you get it while Norton is active, then run symnrt, then tune up
Click run it now here
Items in blue which are underlined are clickable to give more information about the process
Click start then run, type prefetch then press enter, click edit then select all, right click any file then click delete, confirm delete
Click start, all programmes, accessories, system tools to run disc clean up, then from system tools, run disc defragmenter.
Click start then run, type sfc /scannow then press enter, you need the XP CD and Windows File Protection will show a blue onscreen progress bar, when the bar goes, reboot
Download and install Tune Up 2006 Trial
Run Tune Up Disc Clean Up
Run Tune Up Registry Clean Up
Click Optimize and Improve to run Reg Defrag, which will take a few minutes and need a reboot. You should disable the antivirus programme to run this
Check the anti virus is running after the reboot
After the reboot, click optimize then system optimizer to optimize the computer, select computer with an internet connection from the drop down menu, this also requires a reboot
After the reboot, click optimize then system optimizer to accelerate downloads, select the speed just above your actual connection speed, this requires a reboot
After the reboot, click optimize then system optimizer to run system advisor
Well I have followed your last set of instructions to the letter, and while the Tune up trial program has improved the performance of my computer no end (I'm sold on it) the pop up box wont go away.
I believe I have found it in the list of startup items (which I culled) in the system advisor, and I deleted the entry all together, but when I re-boot the popup box reappears. I go to the systems advisor, and the LUsetup item has mysteriously returned. I had tried just unchecking the box, but it also returned on reboot.
I am nearly there, if only I could get rid of the entry permanently in the list of startup items. Sorry, but over to you again.