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I can't get my norton to install. my computer doesn't have enough space, and I don't know what to delete. I have already clean my c drive and it want let me defrag. Also my computer keeps cutting off.

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to install the norton, goto start, right-click, goto settings, double-click software, see the list of all the installed programs, look for Norton and uninstall it.Now reboot and it should be gone. Maybe you want to run a defrag to enhance the disk speed now(see explorer, right-click on the harddrive(s) ( C: ; D: etc) goto properties, choose defrag, analyse and defrag i the volumes, this will free up some space and enhance harddisk performance.

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