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Solution provided by timeformjohn is misleading, and completely useless. this issue is not related to norton at all.
Also the steps included are a complete waste of anyones time.
Posted on Aug 02, 2009
This problem is due to a defect in the uninstaller of Norton Antivirus.
The uninstaller fails to cleanly remove some components and as a result, leaves your Windows Media Center edition in a bad state. To fix the problem you can either:
a) Reinstall Norton Antivirus.
b) Close Media Center
c) Reinstall Windows Media Center edition
d) Contact Symantec and complain about this problem to get them to acknowledge the problem and fix their product.
Posted on Aug 01, 2009
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