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#1 yoshiness


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Posted 20 April 2006 - 10:49 PM

Hi. I am currently using Norton Antivirus 2005. After i received the "Virus Alert!" tray icon virus and deleted it with the steps in other topics, a windows installer comes up. When i log in to any of my computer accounts, a "Please wait while windows configures Norton Antivirus 2005" pops up as if i am just installing it. This is followed by a pop-up-click-ok message: "Norton Antivirus 2005 does not support the Repair feature, please uninstall and reinstall. Is the section i underlined and bold a concern? Should i "uninstall and reinstall" norton? If so, will this message go away?


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#2 Doug


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Posted 20 April 2006 - 11:17 PM

Hi Yoshiness, I tracked over to the HJT forum to check out what you are working on. Looks like it would be important to follow up with LDTate until you've got the malware handled. You can certainly ask him this same question in your thread over there. It's very likely that the malware fix is related. Having a thread and question running in this forum while working in the HJT forum is kinda like having "too many cooks in the kitchen". I wish you well and commend you to the excellent services of LDTate and the HJT Team. Best Regards

Edited by dough, 20 April 2006 - 11:24 PM.

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