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nitz74

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AARRRGGG!!!!
I am having an issue with the silly pc!!!!
I can't find Norton AV Corp. Edition on my computer ANYWHERE! but when i run the new 2007 version, it says i still have it on my computer!!!!

I need some help please!!!
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hemmjonny

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think it is under norton internet security or something like that if not have a search on google for a uninstall tool

hope this helps

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fleamailman

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I often wonder why a product should have a removal tool but here is the link for removing norton product, good luck


http://www.symantec....emovaltools.jsp



edited, see below the right link, I will leave the above one here in case it interest you

Edited by fleamailman, 26 November 2006 - 04:35 PM.

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yes, I gave you the wrong removal link, here is the right one, somehow this is not my day

here is the right link then

http://service1.syma...p;src=symsug_us

Edited by fleamailman, 26 November 2006 - 04:34 PM.

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sorry this is a double post due to lag, ignore, seem it takes half a minute to post on geeks today

Edited by fleamailman, 26 November 2006 - 04:36 PM.

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I often wonder why a product should have a removal tool but here is the link for removing norton product, good luck


http://www.symantec....emovaltools.jsp


"Cause like AOL, Norton is somewhat insideous. It invades little nooks and crannies you don't even know about, and it's very hard to remove "by hand". But our friend should scour the registry if he wants to root it out that way.
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