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have norton systems works 2002 - to me this will be the last straw - had a gut full of norton - really seem to have gone to the dogs the last couple of years - i haven't installed sp2 yet so would be interested what else u come up with
peter

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Peter, I agree with you!! I booted Norton months ago. Using AVG 6 FREE now without any problems. My brother installed SP-2 and had a slight NAV problem which required some setting change. Do not know the details. Best of luck!

Nice to see you posting from down under. Wink

Glenn

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Did you read...

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Thanks Frank

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but i am not really confident about what they mean by:-
"but it will not be able to determine its working status due to Symantec's tamper-protection technology"

seemes to me just another way of saying there will be problems - or if we do have problems they wont help!
peter

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