If you have XP or Vista, they provide they're own native extract pgm.. You don't need winrar to do this. You will however need to point to non-winrar usage under the "association" of file types. But, if you like just google away for yet another trial version of winrar to continue this process. You can revisit the Symantec support website and get the .EXE version to download instead of any compressed pgm..
I have tried to remove Symantec Antivirus(Corporate Edition of Norton) from my computer without success. After Contacting Symantec they sent me a CleanWipe program that I downloaded.
Once I tried to extract the CleanWipe files on WinRAR it says there are no files to extract and that the password is wrong. Is it possible that the fact that WinRar is a trial version that may be expired causing the problem? How would I safely find a good version of WINRAR without having to pay for it if this is the problem.
I did try typing in the password instead of copy and paste but had no success. The password was sent to me in an email from symantec so I hope it is right
Has anyone else encountered this same problem? Any suggestions, help or insight is welcomed