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Norton SystemWorks "N Utilities"

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by Herbie, Dec 12, 2001.

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  1. Herbie

    Herbie Thread Starter

    Sep 8, 1999
    I have installed norton systemworks professional edition 2001. After I
    installed the program I noticed that I had neglected to install the "norton
    utilities" portion of the program. Can anyone tell me how to install this
    component now that I have already installed systemworks? And, if I am able
    to install "norton utilities", is it possible for me to set all the
    utilities components to "off" until I need to use them, and not have them
    running in the background? Maybe I can scan the norton cd and pull the utilities directory onto my hard drive! Any help you can give will be greatly
    appreciated. thanks Herbie.... [email protected]
  2. TonyKlein

    TonyKlein Malware Specialist

    Aug 26, 2001
    You can just pop the System Works CD-ROM back in, and this time choose to install Utilities only.

    Or alternatively, you can open the CD-ROM in Windows Explorer, and doubleclick Setup.exe in the NU folder.

    And if you don't want to have System Doctor and NProtect start up as Windows start, just go to the options of System Works/Utilities, and uncheck those options.

    That way, next time you start up, they will not run automatically.

    Good luck,
  3. hewee


    Oct 26, 2001
    Put the CD in and pick the custom install it will come up and ask you if you want to install, uninstall or reinstall.

    You can run some of the programs also from to CD.
    I have System Works 2.0 and if you click on Ncdstart you get a window to pick from.
    Disable Norton AV also before you do anything.

    When you click on Ncdstart you get...
    See image.

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