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by denimlover / March 28, 2004 2:08 PM PST

I have installed a new version of Norton anti-virus and omg everything is sooo slow now...I have XP and it used to really it the Norton that is slowing it down?

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by Gregorio51 / March 28, 2004 2:11 PM PST
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it could very well be. The one way to find out, is to a un install, and go back, to before you did have it installed. Also, try doing a defrag, and see if that helps.

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Please try these troubleshooting steps for Norton
by Michael_York / November 16, 2010 5:28 AM PST
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This is Mike from the Norton Support Team.

Assuming that you do not have any other third-party, real-time security applications installed along with Norton AV 2011, a slowdown can be an indication of either an infection or a problem with your installation of Norton AntiVirus. To resolve this issue please follow the instructions in the following document.

Troubleshoot system slowdown with Norton AntiVirus installed


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