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In Norton protection center, protection up date,spyware difinitions and virus and spyware scan are at risk. And can not fix. I just get error.

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    it said proctection up date failed

  • Anonymous Jan 31, 2009

    Proctection up date failed every trime i try

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Uninstall nortons and reboot then reinstall

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