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After update with symentec antivirus online antivirus not activated in my desktop,what is the reason? how can i solve it ?

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Either the update was the wrong one or the install has been erroneously  detected as pirated. Uninstall it, run a registry cleaner, download the latest installer directly from Symantec and reinstall it.

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