I wonder if the battery was the wrong voltage and if this is possible?
I wonder how to fix the problem. Any suggestions?
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To get to an MSDOS prompt click on Start -> Run... In the "Open" field, type "command" (without the quote).
I read Microsoft Knowledge Base ARticle 189706, but when I click Start, point at Programs, and then try to click MS-DOS Prompt, I can not because there is no MS-DOS Prompt available.
You can probably figure out your battery by looking at the battery counter for one of the same size, and select one with the next step higher voltage (you probably want 3 volt).
Foolishly, thinking my problem was solved when I returned home I threw the battery out.
You cable connection shouldn't interfere with your Norton. What kind of errors were you getting?
The Norton is new as of August, although I am not sure why I have it, as I am on cable and most of Norton must be turned off because it interferes with my cable connection.
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