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Navsysr.dat ???

Discussion in 'Earlier Versions of Windows' started by AmazingPlaid, Jan 14, 2003.

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  1. AmazingPlaid

    AmazingPlaid Thread Starter

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    I was cleaning out my computer, I stumbled across the file "Navsysr.dat", in a folder, after doing a search, I found a link to this http://www.cdrom-drivers.com/drivers/4/4844.htm ... can someone tell me what exactly this software does and if I need it on my system? (Windows 95) Thanks a bunch.
     
  2. NetEngineer

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    In which folder did you find the file...? It is typically a part of Nortons Anti Virus products.
     
  3. AmazingPlaid

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    It's the only file in the folder, "C:\NCDTREE"
     
  4. mtbird

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    It's part of Norton AntiVirus......

    The Ncdtree is created by Norton AntiVirus, and the Navsysr.dat is a backup copy of the HDD boot record, restorable by NAV.

    If you have uninstalled Norton, this folder can be deleted. If you are still running Norton, then this is something you would want to keep.

    Hope this helps.

    Debe
     
  5. AmazingPlaid

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    that's all i needed to know, thank you very much.
     
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