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You need to use the special Norton removal tool. It used to be called NoNav, but they've apparently changed it. Go to this link:
At step three, you'll see a button for downloading their removal tool.
Because of the way Norton installs, you can't just "uninstall" it like a normal program. It wraps itself around your system and registry in a bunch of places, so you have to use their special tool.
Nice of them to tell you, huh?
Posted on May 11, 2008
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