winsxs is described (badly) at http://msdn.microsoft.com/library/default.asp?url=/library/en-us/sbscs/setup/assembly_searching_sequence.asp and you may have to ask who installed this OS why you need the WINSXS directory.
Symantec seems to be having issues in 2004. As such, decide if their support is worth it or shop elsewhere.
I have Norton system works version 7, working on windows ME O/S. When I try and run Norton anti virus I get the following pop up error message when trying to scan my PC. This has just happened in the last week.
?NAVW32. NAVW32 has caused an error in VSCAN.DLL. NAVW32 will now close?.
This happens around the 24% complete mark every time I try and run the scan. And suggests that if I keep having problems to try restarting my PC. The error occurs in the same place every time, when it is scanning file
However If I just scan the above file then nothing happens and it just reports that this file has no Viruses. I have also just re subscribed to Norton anti virus to get live updates (because I only had 19 days remaining) but now I cannot scan my files because it keeps crashing. (The problem was already there before I re subscribed, but was working ok last week, I only re subscribed because I thought that might have been the problem that I was showing a caution sign next to update service in???box) Can u help please?