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Norton Antivirus 2002


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100% still useable (and probably more stable than 2005), and Norton products prior to 2004 "suffer" from a "bug":

 

1) Install Norton

2) Use it for 365 days

3) Uninstall Norton

3) Delete Catalog.livesubscribe (or whatnot)

4) Install Norton

5) Poof, a new catalog.livesubscribe appears

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Will his copy of norton stay up to date (I know it will have updates but will it have all of the definintions of the 2005 version)? Also DJ are you saying if I have a copy of norton that is from before 2004 I can just reinstall it to renew my subscription?

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Cool, I noticed it doesn't have a serial key meaning I can re-install it next year? biggrin.gif

you can install it on any day and at any time...

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Does Norton 2002 still allow liveupdate? Also can I reinstall it to keep getting subscriptions? Is there an echo in here?

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DjLizard.net

DjLizard.net wiki

Dial-a-fix

Dial-a-fix tips

DjLizard.net software support forum

 

Do you live in Bradenton, Sarasota, Tampa, or St. Petersburg, Florida? Visit Digital Doctors where I work :)

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Well, his license is probably expired I guess, but if he never used it, then maybe its not expired yet.

 

However, Norton AntiVirus really slows down the system and eats tons of CPU power and memory.

 

Personally, I use AntiVir on 3 of 4 computers at home, it's very simple, it doesnt contain any huge bloated interface with skins and crap. It's just a plain simple good AntiVirus software. It also free (as in beer).

 

http://www.free-av.com/

 

It exists for Windows, Linux, Open/Free BSD and Solaris.

It's only 6,3 megabyte and it works great.

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