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alicefred
post Oct 12 2010, 12:32 PM
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Hello friends..
I hope you all are having good time. Well, I recently purchased Norton Internet Security Antivirus and installed on my computer. Last night while playing with my computer, I accidentally uninstalled it and after that I tried to install it again, but had no success. I tried several times with no luck. I have the product key with me. Can anyone help me on this topic.

Thanks in advance.


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Vicbowling
post Oct 15 2010, 09:52 PM
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QUOTE (alicefred @ Oct 12 2010, 01:32 PM) *
Hello friends..
I hope you all are having good time. Well, I recently purchased Norton Internet Security Antivirus and installed on my computer. Last night while playing with my computer, I accidentally uninstalled it and after that I tried to install it again, but had no success. I tried several times with no luck. I have the product key with me. Can anyone help me on this topic.

Thanks in advance.


NIS/AV is horribly out of control. Many years ago this was established by them coming out with a removal tool for their applications. You can see that over here:
http://us.norton.com/support/kb/web_view.j...EN&ln=en_US

I was a happy customer just like you until I stated talking to some really nerdy support techs while trouble shooting an internet fax problem. After I swore up and down that their software was the problem they helped me remove NAV and suddenly a bunch of problems went away, including the faxing grief.

That subscription was for two years and just ended a couple months ago. I tried to get a refund but they wouldn't hear of it.

Now I just run MS Security Essentials (free) and Windows 7 Firewall Control (free) without any problems at all. I swear the PC runs faster too! tongue.gif

Good luck!


This post has been edited by Vicbowling: Apr 6 2011, 06:54 PM


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