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I have windows xp with NIS 2005 on it. I cant run any virus scans with it? Is there anything that need configuring for it to start working?
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what do you mean you can't run scans with it? please be more descriptive
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well i open up norton internet security and click on norton antivirus. The full system scan is not complete so i click on the button for it and the hour glass comes up for a second. then it goes away. Nothing comes up. I try scanning drives instead and that way doesnt work either.
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Did you disable any of the Symantec services or startup programs?
Did you have a spyware infection recently? If so, what was your computer infected with?
Has NIS always behaved this way? If not, when did it start (what changes to your system config did you make before the problem started)?

Edited by CoconutTastesLikeCrap, 11 November 2005 - 05:24 PM.

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