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Can you post the OS you are using and the background programs running at the time of uninstall?
One better way of uninstalling norton is by downloading this.
generally this tool helps greatly to ununstall norton products [working or damaged].
then restart your system and reinstall Norton 360.
If this doesnt help, post me. i will suggest another way.
I have used this application on several stubborn so and so's in the past: http://www.nirsoft.net/utils/myuninst.html
Have a read and scroll well down the page to find the download link.
If and after you have gotten rid of the pest clean up your machine with CCleaner: www.ccleaner.com
If my uninstaller doesn't shift it let me know I have more powerfull tools that can be run before Windows starts up.
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try the following steps to get rid of your problem
Please Remove and reinstall Spyware Doctor. To do this, follow these
Start > Control Panel. In the Control
Panel window, double-click "Add or Remove Programs". And
look for Spyware Doctor-> and remove it (if found). Now please open My
Computer -> C: Drive -> Program Files -> And, delete the
followingfolder. Spyware Doctor (if it still
Trojans can be tough to get rid of, the best solution is to reinstall Windows xp, then try installing norton again. Reinstalling windows will rid your computer of whatever program or cookie that contains the trojan. Then norton should take over and keep these forms of malware at bay.