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Updates Available? NIS2008

Right so everytime I start up my pc and my laptop I have this message come up.

Updates Available
Would you like to run LiveUpdate now to install the available updates?
Yes No

The thing is I done it the first time but still get this message come up everytime I start my pc and laptop, and I highly doubt Norton is turning out updates everyday... So as you can guess it gets annoying.

Does anyone know how to stop this?

Thanks

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Work-around

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thanks

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thanks it's done now. needed to uncheck it in msconfig.

now i just get the lil bloacked programs thing come up now, nevermind huh.

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You can delete the entry

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You can use Spybot-S&D or WinPatrol to delete the said entry in the startup. You can also use regedit to permanently delete it (just be careful in using registry editor).

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