Utorrent download from web has caused other problems with my system programs
My aol, my norton internet security, my aol deskbar, my windows media player, my ms works, my internet explorer have been "blanked". My two year old son got on my system while I stepped out of the room and clicked on the utorrent download that I was thinking about but hadn't decided to do. I uninstalled it and now I have the other problems. PLEASE HELP. I have a windows vista home basic system.
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Sounds you are affected with a spyware. Try to download AVG Anti-Spyware for free check this link http://free.grisoft.com/doc/5390/us/frt/0 install it in your PC then scan the system. If you found spyware that's the best thing to clean-up your system.
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I think you are confusing the Windows Update with the Norton Automatic update.
Please open your Norton product and see if the status is at "Secure" on the top of the program. If it is secure with a green mark, you need not worry.
If it shows at "Risk", do the following steps: Check if the Windows update is turned on or off. Check if the computer's date and time is running correctly If the problem still persist, reinstalling the Norton program will definitely fix the issue
To reinstall we need to first download the setup file from the link www.norton.com/nis11, which will download the latest version of Norton Internet Security.
Double click the downloaded file and that will remove the existing version and install the latest version.
First of all you should have done the uninstall in Safe Mode , when the Norton's autoprotection wasn't active. Now you have a completely mesed-up system. To fix that boot in SafeMode with networking and go to
http://service1.symantec.com/support/tsgeninfo.nsf/docid/2005033108162039 In there select your Norton then follow the instructions.
Hi there Thats Norton for you! this is a very heavy and memory hungry program, it takes control of your computer and if you have not got enough system or virtual memory it will cause the pc all kinds of problems. To fix this either upgrade the system memory or don't use Norton, use AVG free instead, its a lighter program and lets you have some speed back over the internet.
It's been awhile since I played with FrontPage but from what I can remember _vti_cnf folders are private folders that store data that the rest of the world cannot see.
You can generally hide these folders by going to tools websettings advanced and then simply remove the check from the "show documents in hidden folders" checkbox
Hope this helps!