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Norton is telling me that i need to backup my files. I do this every time it tells me but this time, it's saying that there is no room. I can either delete the previous backups or buy more storage. I dont want to buy more storage as i dont believe i need it but i dont know how to delete previous backups.

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    Suresh babu May 11, 2010

    Hi,

    Are you facing problem with Norton 360? I am an symantec technician. If you wish, I can solve your problem with remote access.

    Take care


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Just uninstall norton and reinstall again.

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