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The easiest way to fix your problem is to go to www.avgfree.com. Download the latest version of AVG antivirus software. It's free to a home user. After downloading that, uninstall Norton (or the two will 'think' the other is a virus. After downloading AVG and removing Norton, reboot and AVG will find and take care of your virus.
I think you are having the problem with schedule scanning
Create a new task in Control panel and add the Nav file to the scan and schedule the time
If you are unable to run the Quick scan or comprehensive scan Download and run the free upgrade Norton Anti virus 2010 you can activate Nav10 with your existing product key go to this link www.norton.com/nav10 to download Norton Anti virus 2010
Norton 360 has the entire norton protection suite built into it. On top of the firewall, phishing protection, and e-mail protection it also has norton antivirus built right into it.
So yes, you have to uninstall antivirus to install 360, but 360 just installs antivirus again.
If you ever decide to go back to using just antivirus you can simply redownload it off their web site.