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Click on start button select settings select control panel double click add remove program select norton anvitirus from the list click on remove command button. Restart your PC. If this does not work kindly let me know.
You can try to remove the Anti virus program from Add/Remove in the control panel. Click Start Click Control Panel Select Add/Remove Programs Select the program that you want to remove from your computer Uninstall
If you want to remove Norton you can download Norton Removal Tool from symantec.com/nrt, Download Norton Removal Tool to your Desktop and run it.
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Just a thought- go to My computer>click on view system information>system information box, click on system restore, and make sure box is unchecked.
If you have any anti-virus programs like Norton, Macafee or AVG, disable them if you can, as well as any non-Windows firewall programs.
If you can remember recently downloading any other program that might interfere with system restore- anti virus or otherwise- then delete or disable that too.
xp uses NFTS. The installation disc should give you aprompt for it. I know the world is going 'anti-vista' very quickly but is there a specific reason why you want xp. There seems to be so much hysteria concerning vista. I know some of it is fair but there does seem to be a band wagon going round now.
Don't reformat it just yet. Tell us what OS you are using, and I can try to help. I will assume you are using WIndows XP or Vista - what you can do, assuming you have kept your PC up-to-date, is try to run the inbuilt Microsoft anti-malware program. Click Start, Run, type MRT and press Enter or click OK. You should get the February 2009 version of the Microsoft Malicious Software Removal Tool. Do a quick scan and see what comes up. If anything is found, reboot and repeat the process doing a full scan (can take several hours). That should fix and remove the most common virus infections. Let me know how you get on.
If you still need to reformat, you need to use the Dell recovery CDs that came with your laptop. These were a blue recovery/drivers CD and a purple CD for Windows XP sp1 or a green CD for Windows XP sp2. Not sure about other versions of Windows. There is no magic button to reformat with Dell laptops.
No if you ask me, Norton 08 should be perfect,.... Vista bby itself is not all that secure.. its good to have additional antivirus program and Norton 08 is in no way less effective than other programs out there.
have no doubts at all, proceed onto instal Norton.. thats the rights thing you do