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If the latter, please advise the best approach (use Uninstall in Windows Add/Remove Programs or download and use SAS's special uninstall tool?). They OFTEN give specific instr for Norton and McAfee because they cause so many probs for other prgms, even if you used their (inadequate) uninstall utility. If you click the Download Update you can see what is new in the update and you can cancel out if you want (not advised). http://scvanet.org/questions-about/questions-about-vtv-files.html

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March 31, 2009 16:46 Re: Update fails #17 Top trave Senior Join Date: 31.3.2009 Posts: 31 I have had

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  2. Go to Symantec's site & find a manual uninstall (cleanup) prgm for NAV, or if don't have (used to), find instructions for manually uninstalling it.
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  4. If it's bad to back out of that, it seems weird that you have to click that in order to see what you're downloading, doesn't it?
  5. Should I use it, &/or having not read the following completely why did you give me this link Originally Posted by redduc900 Follow the uninstall instructions here...
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  7. But this leaves me with a number of questions:1a.

Are there any other problems I should be aware about or need to wait to be resolved before updating? 3. Mar 30, 2007 #4 janlorr TS Rookie Topic Starter Uninstalling Norton without Norton Removal Tool I found a better way than using the Norton Removal Tool to uninstall Norton Antivirus. Wait for a couple of minutes. 9. My program version still only shows it as being 4.0.1154, so it didn't get updated without me knowing.

Won't my computer be at risk while I make the switch? wrt the virus itself its not gonna follow the files back. http://www.symantec.com/security_res...135-99&tabid=3 Reply With Quote 03-15-08,01:16 PM #8 thideras View Profile View Forum Posts Destroyer of Empires and User Accounts, El HuginatorPremium Member #3 Join Date May 2006 Location South Dakota Back when I had 3.9.x, I know that the "check for updates" from the icon in the systray told me about 4.0 and I backed out of it and nothing "bad"

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Then I'll go to 8.0 Free (and hopefully know at that point how exactly to do so regarding uninstalling the two old programs and installing/updating to 8.0). Norton is eevil. I am one of the lucky ones because so far my PC is performing much, much smoother than when I had Norton. Nothing bad will happen - it is just advised to run the latest release of the software - the pre-release versions are not in the update server so you will never

And 4.0.1154 seems to have been working fine all this time. check my blog Based on my own experience and use of the product, and from what I have read here and elsewhere, I think my reply may be of some assistance. Regards, John Whereof one cannot speak, thereof one should be silent. Honestly, I'd never buy Norton, I hate their bloated "software".

If the latter, please advise the best approach (use Uninstall in Windows Add/Remove Programs or download and use SAS's special uninstall tool?). But it doesn't tell you what exactly is available that will be downloaded and installed. Or is it better to uninstall and then install the new version? (I think I updated from within the program last time, and that worked fine.) I'm new to this forum. http://scvanet.org/questions-about/questions-about-hijackthis-log.html Should I first uninstall Norton before installing AVG?

You probably got it from booting with one of those floppies in the drive or something.. You'll find discussions about fixing problems with computer hardware, computer software, Windows, viruses, security, as well as networks and the Internet.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion How to completely uninstall AVG if so remove it/them...

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Or if it came from a floppy. I also have maybe 66 floppies and I don't know if they can have this virus lurking on them and what to do about them. Previously had AVG 7.5 free with no trouble to update automatically regularly. two can cause issues.

I've read different answers. Share this post Link to post Share on other sites SUPERAntiSpy Site Admin Administrators 3310 posts LocationEugene, OR Posted June 3, 2008 · Report post Thanks, Robin. Then I deleted my c:/Program Files/Norton Antivirus, and Symnatec folders, then the c:/Program Files/Common Files/Symantec Shared folder. have a peek at these guys Also I recommend not installing the toolbar and doing it as a custom install.