Question about Symantec Norton AntiVirus 2008: Windows
It's since I've installed norton anti virus 2008 that I'm suffering the problem. It was allright for some hours after installation. But from the morning whenever I'm trying to open any apllication every 2nd apllication is not responding, only after restarting the system it's opening but as soon as I jump to open another program or even a single folder the same problem is occuring again. Only if I'm working on internet there is no such problem except the speed of internet. At first I thought the problem is due to norton but now as I've no alternative I need your help.
May be it will the issue with the conflict of windows updates with the norton.. so whats my suggeation is just go ahead and install the latest version of norton antivirus2009,first you have to uninstall the 2008 version from the add/remove programs and install the 2009 version
www.norton.com/nav09 is the link surely it will fix and you have to activate the 2009 product using the 2008 key
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