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mcpscomp

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My Norton system work 2005 will be expired in weeks and I'm not going to use it again. Does any body having trouble uninstalling it at all? this question come when I recall what I've gone though to get rid of system work 2002.
and if there is any body out there had experienced some thing and have a solution please let me know because I'm not planning on running my computerssss without any protection.
Thanks :tazz:
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wannabe1

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Howdy mcpscomp...

The trick to uninstalling Norton IS is to start with the main application, then Live Update, then Live Reg (I may have these bass-ackwards, but it will tell you if that's the case...just uninstall the other one). Because Norton will sometimes "shred" on removal, you can also download and run the Norton Uninstall Tool to remove the last bits.

Then look into Avast or AVG for a free and resource friendly alternative to Norton.

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Thanks Wannabe.
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My pleasure... :tazz:

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