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I will never use Norton again… Reply  |  Quote Ken says: March 21, 2007 at 8:12 pm I agree with ALL comments about what a piece of Crap Norton is. NPOV? The suggestion they gave me which worked was -I searched my pc for Catalog.LIveSubscibe and MyProfile.UserProfile (with check hidden files). Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!

More info here: 0 comments Wednesday 07 Jun 2006 | jordan314 | Computers, solved, Windows XP Search Categories aa_uncheck me (1) ajax (1) apple (44) audio (13) comet (1) Computers Some ignorant but well-meaning editor will probably come along and "clean this up" or "NPOV" it before too long, which is unfortunate, as it is entirely to the point. QuickScan has now expanded to search for other areas on the system such as "My Documents" and other areas of common infection. Can you link to the picture or add it to the section of the article about the criticism of NAV?

it seems like my AV would crap with the virus list that my good ol' ViruScan would kill. I downloaded Norton 2006 - I clicked on the installation ICON.I then did a basic Clean Boot restart and installed from what I had originally downloaded. History A decent amount of non-biased history about the life-span of NAV.

Simply copy the messages the virus or spy program generates into Google and research it. Reply  |  Quote Peter says: March 16, 2007 at 2:35 pm This NORTON IS A PIECE OF SHIT. Thanks. The most common complaints I receive: - Customer's PC has slowed down to a crawl.

I just installed bootcamp and the installation went smoothly, however there was no friggen' way to right click in windows. But I'm assuming that it's either something that was done to the system over the weekend (and System Restore fixed it) or it was caused by Norton. It is telling the truth. --Intimidatedtalk 18:44, 18 September 2006 (UTC) Criticisms revisited There seems to be a revert war between User:Smoothy and lots of other people. Deals and Shenanigans A Happy Place To Shop For Toys Zappos Shoes & Clothing Conditions of UsePrivacy NoticeInterest-Based Ads© 1996-2017,, Inc.

Now… I run into a hidden registry… I wasted nearly 3 hours, trying to find the damn Norton Internet Worm Security. However, I do know that there should be a section devoted to the pros Until that section is added and some balance is added to the existing section, the NPOV tag View accepted solution stevek8455 Visitor2 Reg: 28-Dec-2009 Posts: 2 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Using Antivirus 2006 or 2007 key to Subscribe to Antivirus 2010 Posted: 28-Dec-2009 | 5:46PM • 4 I rebooted few more times, and I kept getting the same issues - Norton broken, Windows Installer service disabled and Wireless and Printer tray apps crashing and spamming error dialogs to

Thank you. Although the Symantec Norton removal tool program does not ask you to do so, we have found that a second restart is sometimes required for all files to be removed completely. Search for Norton - Should take you about a good 10 minutes deleting this piece of crap. Either way, they are working perfectly now.

However, the problem I had with the ad pop-ups problem remained. have a peek at these guys There is a little know thing with Norton 2006, it installs a hidden and encrypted registery key that cannot be seen or removed from the registery. Therefore it seems to me that Norton SystemWorks is more of a "flagship" product than Norton AntiVirus. --angrykeyboarder (a/k/a:Scott) 05:13, 31 May 2006 (UTC) It is 3/4 criticism, but that's due Having used NAV before, it actually did more harm than good.

I work with virus-laden computers daily. And the versions should be covered in the same article, are there different articles for all the, what, eight versions of Windows XP? someone put this topic as controversial, but did not explain why. Wonderful I would like to whole heartedly thank the author for putting into writing my own strong feelings towards Norton Antivirus (and also the current crop of McAfee AV products).

To do this, right-click on Symantec Norton removal tool file, and then click delete. o_O The pointer outer 04:31, 5 March 2006 (UTC) Re: Not Good Virus Protection Norton Antivirus should be classified as a virus. If you have not done so, please do so now.

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u get me ppl. The first (Peter) Norton product was Norton Utilities back in the DOS days. Is it any good? I've tested it before on items I KNOW are absolute viruses, trojans, etc and it registers them as not being a threat.

I have worked with computers on a professional basis for over 20 years, and we deal with (among other programs) NAV on a daily basis. Sharing folders could have been easier (you have to stop the emulator and manually set up shared files in the configuration) and I miss the drag and drop-into-the-window functionality for transferring In my case, Norton and AVG did not fix this particular problem. this content But for wikipedia the point is that it is unsoruced and sounds POV.

Unfortunately, none of them fixed the ad pop-up problem. Rather than block individually identified threats, this feature now matches individual but unknown threats to known worm and virus families and blocks them from installing on the system without requiring specific Uninstall Norton. 2. NIS 2007 runs slow on a 2 GHz machine with 2 GB of RAM - WTF?

QuickScan helps ensure that your computer is fully protected against even the newest threats. I am currently trying to fix 27 PCs which came with NIS 2007 60 day trial version pre-installed. I should have dropped Norton right there and then… Uninstalling the software from Control Panel did not work. Norton AntiVirus 2007 blocks viruses and spyware with advanced protection.

I can come here or other places and get a newer version of the software cheaper than a continued update plan. Back Webroot Internet Security Plus 2017 | 3 Devices | 1 Year | PC/Mac Disc Webroot 4.4 out of 5 stars 647 Windows 7 / XP / 10 / 8, Mac Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Back to Spyware, Viruses, & Security forum 18 total posts Popular Forums icon Computer Help 51,912 discussions icon Computer Newbies 10,498 discussions icon Laptops 20,411 I manually uninstalled the whole damn software.

Keep your Windows, anti-virus, and anti-spy software current by downloading their latest versions. Can someone explain to me why is NIS 2007 harder to remove than the fucking Vundo trojan? [tags]symantec, norton internet security, nis 2007, nis 2006, norton, norton removal tool[/tags] Related PostsHow Now, if they determine a different self-extracting-archive function or encrypt their archives, there might be an issue. Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and

Until a valid source (not two people complaining on a message board) is used the article will be NPOV. So I give Norton three stars ONLY because the product did protect me from getting any virus's but the support of the product sucks!!! Click here for instructions on how to enable JavaScript in your browser. Reply  |  Quote Luke says: February 13, 2007 at 11:23 am Not really sure on how the decision was made and by whom, but I believe that more technical people should

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