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norton uninstall problem

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by sonu, Feb 15, 2003.

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  1. sonu

    sonu Thread Starter

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    on my windows 98 system have norton 2003 installed but doesnt work now nor responds.To uninstall have tried many things ,
    like using add/remove progams to delete but cannot, downloaded rnav.exe but also in vain.
    Then went to try using To remove norton manually but also could not because as have to go to regedit , it opens and closes in a flash in a second so cant even enter to do anything manually.Get an error message when am in windows of "CCAPP" which when i close my system hangs.
    Please help as other than above how do i remove norton ?
    And once removed is it safe to again install it with the original disc that i have of norton 2003.

    & also suggest please any link where i can do a free online viruscheck till norton problem is solved.
     
  2. kramnnim

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    ...and yet another reason to avoid NAV. I'm not sure how you'd go about uninstallingit, hopefully someone else will be able to help you...but as for free antivirus program, AVG from www.grisoft.com works great. Personally I wouldn't touch Nortons with a 10 foot pole...
     
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