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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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. Peter
Posted on Oct 04, 2007
Hi kja2 ,
2 anti-virus software can not co-exist on a computer system ; therefore you did the correct thing by uninstalling the old anti-virus first . However , there are lots of anti-viruses which do not get deleted (uninstalled) by going to Start > control panel > Add/Remove program. These anti-virus have to be removed by special "uninstallers" . I do not know which Anti-virus you have on your system , therefore I will provide you with the link of most common anti-virus uninstallers :
Trend Micro: http://esupport.trendmicro.com/support/viewxml.do?ContentID=EN-1033129
once the antivirus is removed through the uninstaller , then try installaing the new anti-virus which was giving you "files corrupt" message ... it will then work fine.
Also , . I would like to suggest you a very good anti-virus which you can download free of cost from internet :
Posted on Jun 05, 2008
I was using SBC Global while in California. I moved to Oregon and am currently using Comcast. The problem was that my anti virus was part of my SBC Global package. I was able to contact SBC Global where they informed me that they use Symantac which uses Norton anti virus. I was able to contact and download Norton uninstall tool to uninstall the anti virus. I also uninstalled the SBC Global software (AT&T Yahoo) and that enabled me to install new anti virus software.
Posted on Apr 10, 2009
Turn off system, remove the small 3 volt battery on the motherboard for about an hour and then re-insert and reboot.
- or -
Remove the CMOS jumper for 5 minutes and re-insert then reboot.
This should clear it up and let you get past that dreaded HP INVENT Blue screen. :-)
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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