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how to unistall my symantec corporate ed?


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nessya

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hi, i was thinking to change my antivirus. since i bought my laptop, they installed the symantec corporate ed, which i think wasn't good enough to protect my computer.
i was infected by w32.spybot.worm, and was asking 4 help in the forum, harry helped me before.
thx! =)

since that, i was thinking to change my antivirus, n wanted to unistall this. i got friend who was also using the same, she also got the anti virus since she bought the laptop.
our laptop is ace aspire 5583 anyway.
she tried to uninstall the symantec also, n wish could install the norton 2007, but she couldn't remove perfectly this symantec corporate ed.
learning from her experience, i am now scared to uninstall, so i thought i would like to ask guidance from u guys to help me through the uninstallation.
would you mind 2 help me?
=)

and is it a package or anything, that buying new laptop, acer laptop, they would automaticly installed this antivirus to our laptop?
or is it provided by microsoft? i'm using windows xp anyway.
=)

have any recommendation on antivirus i should install in my laptop?

thanks alot.
looking 4ward for your reply soon.

bst rgrds,
nessya.
=)
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Normally you get shot of a program from Control Panel -> Add/Remove Programs.

If this fails, Norton has a tool which you must only use as a last resort and you can get it here:
http://www.vnunet.co...on-removal-tool
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nessya

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thanks alot.
;p

it works.
hehe

=)
tq!
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