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Cannot remove norton on windows xp

Cannot uninstall norton. their uninstall will not renove it

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Hi. Go to this web page:
Removing Norton AntiVirus 2002 or earlier when Add/Remove programs fails
and follow the instructions.

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If you are able to go online means go ahead and download this tool www.symantec.com/nrt and run this tool it will remove whole norton from your computer or else if you have any issues means send an email to regacii@yahoo.co.in

Posted on Mar 16, 2009

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    vimalraj baskar Mar 17, 2009

    if you are able to go online..

    www.symantec.com/nrt use this link and download and run a norton removal tool

    it will remove the norton products

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