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Are you having problem when you try to uninstall Norton from your computer as it always asked to insert a disk but you had no one and try several times without success? Do you go to search the internet for some solutions but failed and only to leave it there? In current age of gigantic, bloated software programs, it’s more important than ever to safely and cleanly uninstall unwanted Norton programs from your computer. Any failure to do so can result in performance problems, registry errors, and instability issues among other problems.
To completely uninstall Norton program, many people choose the option of Add/Remove Programs (or Programs and Features if you are using Windows 7 or
Vista) from the
Windows Control Panel. However, this option is not always available and you
might be left
Many programs can be easily removed using Add/Remove Programs (or Programs and Features if you are using Windows 7 or
Vista) from the Windows Control Panel. However, this
option is not always available and you might be left with mess-up Norton
To manually cleanup program files of Norton, first you make sure that there is none of file associated locating on your computer. Regarding to the registry, go to the Run => Regedit to delete/disable the registry key relating to program. But it is very difficult to finish this step for not all people are professional on computers. Furthermore, the registry plays a very important role to our PC, which will disastrously make the computer corrupted of wrongly operated. So, for people who know little on the computer, it is possible to uninstall programs thoroughly without anything leaving in the drives and the registry.
If you cannot uninstall Norton program because it does not show up on the Add/Remove Programs list, there are other options available. Some applications have their own uninstall program, which can usually be found on the Start menu under Program Files or All Programs. You can navigate to the program you want to remove and look for an uninstall option. If there is no uninstall program listed on the Start menu, you can also check in the actual folder where the program is located, which will usually be in the Program Files folder on your C: drive. Look for a file named uninstall.exe (or something similar like uninst.exe or unins000.exe) and run it.
When no uninstall program is available, you can always try to reinstall the Norton application if you still have the original software. Make sure you install it to the same location as you did the first time and then check if any of the uninstall options discussed above are available.
What do you do when none of these above options are working? The best option at this point when you still cannot uninstall Norton program is to turn to a third-party uninstaller program such as Perfect Uninstaller. You can use Perfect Uninstaller to forcibly remove any program from your computer, even corrupted applications that cannot be uninstalled by conventional means.
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