Nope, you're right, it isn't. Norton/Symantec leaves crap all over the
drive even after the clean-up tools
Glad that helped
Larry Kost wrote:
> It did have some Norton Antivirus which I removed and restarted, but
> that didn't help. I downloaded a Norton Removal tool from Symantec
> and ran that which made me un-install Ghost. Once I did that and ran
> the removal tool, all is well with NODE32. Un0installing isn't always
> as easy as it seems.
> At 12:03 PM 11/23/2009 -0500, you wrote:
>> If I'm not mistaken that particular error suggests that a
>> Symantec/Norton product still exists in some form on the machine.
>> Bryan Fleming wrote:
>>> There's also a setup log file that the ESET install will generate,
>>> it may be worth checking there to see what it says the problem is.
>>> I'm drawing a blank on the exact path to find said log file though...
>>> I see the problem with the installer so rarely I usually just browse
>>> around for it. I think the temp directory perhaps. Hopefully
>>> someone else can chime in with that.
>>> Geoffrey Marchand wrote:
>>>> Check to see if there is another antivirus program installed on the
>>>> computer. If so .. Uninstall then install Eset.
>>>> Sent from my iPhone
>>>> On Nov 23, 2009, at 10:22 AM, Larry Kost <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
>>>>> I am trying to install NODE32 on a new MSI slim laptop and it
>>>>> starts off then pops up a window titled ESET NODE32 Antivirus with
>>>>> just the number 1 in the window and it just sets there. If I
>>>>> click OK, it stops the install. Any ideas? I tried running as
>>>>> Administrator, but that didn't help. The OS is Vista Home Premium.
>> Beth Wilkins
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