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loading norton 2001 v7.0 on XP

Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by tigsboy, Dec 7, 2001.

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  1. tigsboy

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    I'm trying to load Norton 2001 v7.0 onto XP home edition. It gives me an error message that if I continue to load this file it will destabilise some files.
    It is a new system and the version of Norton came with it. The seller said if I was concerned then I could purchased a different Version.
    Has anyone any info regarding this, other than not to buy of this guy again.
     
  2. Davey7549

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    Norton 2001 7.0 antivirus is not compatable with Windows XP and loading it on the system will cause problems. Norton 2002 Antivirus is compatable. You may speak with the vendor about that. Also point out they sold you the software with the unit.
    Dave
     
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    Thanks for that. I'm off to have a word with the gentleman now as it happens. I'm sure I can persuade him of his evil ways.
     
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