Ok you see I downloaded a program called Norton AntiVirus 2008 which I bought.
Then when it finished downloading it did the Restart and when the PC went on it didn't want to start, it would just keep logging off.
What I mean by this is when I start my computer it shows a block saying "Log on to Windows" where my username is "Adminstrator" and then I enter my password and proceed, then a second block apears called "NetWare Logon where I just press enter and the computer starts.
Now when it says "Loading Personal Settings" straight after that it says "Saving your settings" and goes back to where I enter my password.
But when the PC starts it shows my wallpaper and everything but I don't understand.
I don't even use this PC for internet.
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First off, Norton will slow your computer drastically. I recommend using AVG. Now for the problem. This isn't a virus, this is a software malfunction or conflict. Either the Norton download glitched the system or had a conflict with another program, and the conflict glitched the system. Norton is notorious for conflicting with other similar programs, ie... antivirus, spyware, adware, etc... Either way, you will have to do a system repair with your recovery operating system disc. If the repair doesn't work, then you will need to reformat the hard drive, and install a new operating system.
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Do you have Norton Security? It could be blocking it.
Uninstall Norton and try AVG antivirus. Norton is a horrible program, I've had bad experiences.
Or disable any antivirus or firewall you have and try running iTunes.
Or try this.
1. Go to Control Panel --> Add or Remove Programs --> iTunes --> Remove ...uninstall the program completely and restart your computer 2. Go to Control Panel --> Add or Remove Programs --> QuickTime --> Remove ...uninstall the program completely and restart your computer 3. Go to My Computer --> Local Disc --> Program Files. Once in Program Files you will see the iTunes and QuickTime folder and you will want to delete the iTunes folder and the QuickTime folder. Right click on the iTunes folder and select delete and confirm the deletion. Do the same for QuickTime. 4. Restart your computer 5. Disable all features of any anti-virus program such as Norton or McAfee 6. Open Internet Explorer or which ever internet program you use and go tohttp://www.apple.com/itunes/download/and download the iTunes+QuickTime program. *Do not do any modifications in the download of the program.* Just download the program by doing the usual "Next" clicking. 7. Once iTunes is finished downloading, double click on the Shortcut Icon on the desktop. iTunes should open with a large square box and you have to click "Agree." Should be good to go.
To correctly answer your question, I need to know the Norton program installed on your computer. Please check if the Norton program is Norton Internet Security, Norton360 or Norton Antivirus on your computer and do the following steps to install on the other computer
If it is Norton Internet Security, click on the link www.norton.com/nis11 If it is Norton Antivirus, click on the link www.norton.com/nav11 If it is Norton 360, click on the link www.norton.com/n360s_5
Double click the downloaded icon after the download has been completed Follow the simple installation steps to install the latest version of Norton onto your other computer
When you run this, click on the registry tab to the left and run the cleaner, fix all problems it finds. Keep hitting OK until it is finished. Run this registry cleaner at least 3 times to make sure everything gets fixed.
For starters the program you are trying to remove is FAKE!! this is a malware program that doesn't function and tries to get you to "Buy" into it's features. however it will not give you anything in return. not only lulling the user into a false sense of security but often once downloaded also further infect the system
I tend to deal with Malware & spyware using a piece of software called SPYBOT SEARCH & DESTROY which has consistantly been good and has more than just malware removal tools.
this can be downloaded here http://www.safer-networking.org/en/index.html
1. Yes, uninstall before installing any other antivirus program or security suite. Your computer (and you) will be happier. 2. Once you uninstall the trial version of Norton, go ahead and download One Care. I've heard some good things about it, but haven't used it personally or seen it installed on a client's computer. 3. Symantec/Norton has made improvements to their software uninstalls. If you have a newer version of Norton installed, it should cleanly uninstall from the Add/Remove programs area. If it's older, you may have issues getting it to uninstall - leaving remnants as you mentioned. Symantec has help removing their software completely on their support site if you need help.
heres 1 possible solution.
uninstall Norton, and Download AVG free from the internet.
Install AVG get the latest updates, and put Norton to 1 side, to use as a coaster or Beer-mat.
Mike @ compurepair.
Ok then i guess you should try repairing the NORTON by running the installation again and choosing the reapir option or the next option is to use another anti virus.
you can visit www.avast.com/eng/programs.html and download avast! 4 home edition free edition.
please restart your pc before installing the avast.
after installing try updating and schedule a boot scan by
cutting and pasting this "W62911071H4800A1106-PJY5XRR5" when prompted for the registration key.
click on the menu icon at the top left of the avast window.
click on "schedule a boot scan" and restart your pc