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So when my Norton Subscription runs out, what is the procedure to remove it??

Just go to Add/Remove programs and then remove Norton Internet Security 2006. Then remove any old folders left after uninstallation??


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Run this if your way doesn't remove it

http://service1.syma...n...v=&osv_lvl=
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Cheers, I will let you know how It goes in around 4-5 days time when it runs out :whistling:
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