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Anyone else having problems removing those 5 warning notes that pop up in Snow Leopard about Norton Anti Virus when it is opened. I tried the suggestions offered in the Symantec forum using Terminal but I still get those pop ups.
Anyone knows of any way to get rid of them?

I would be very grateful,

mwilliams
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You have to get rid of Norton altogether, I did anyway. Go here and use this: http://service1.symantec.com/Support...8162039.Cheers.
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Dear NZ Hammer,
Many thanks for this. Just tried the link and it is inoperative, but not to worry I retried the original Symantec link using terminal and it worked for me this time.
But I am grateful for your reply.
monty.williams
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