norton go back

  BREEN 12:18 30 Nov 06

I had to disable go back to load norton system works 2007 which loaded ok.

I must have made a mistake when disabling go back because when i enable it it take me to a screen which says aotochk is missing,

I have to disable go back to load windows

any advice is welcome


  mattyc_92 12:40 30 Nov 06

Sounds like some of the files GoBack uses have been updated for use with System Works 2007

Only thing you can do is to ask Symantec/Norton for help

  sunny staines 16:29 30 Nov 06

are you sure you have system works 2007 as 2006 was the last issue to be replaces in the spring by norton 360.

  BREEN 08:26 01 Dec 06

Sorry mistake.I installed norton internet security 2007

  sunny staines 08:32 01 Dec 06


free in nis2007 should have been a copy of norton "save and restore" I would delete "norton GO" [which takes ages to delete] and install save & restore it is a better option with less hassle. I think norton will probally drop Goback before long as they only seem to be giving it away free now.This is the option I chose with nis 2007.

  BREEN 09:33 02 Dec 06

Sunny staaines

Thanx for advice I cant delete go back every time I switch it on I end up with a message saying autochk cant be found ana windows wont launch.My only option is disable it so I can launch windiws.

When windows opens i get a message saying



  BREEN 13:58 02 Dec 06

The above shoul have read

Application launcher
unable to load configaration

  sunny staines 15:35 02 Dec 06


use free live chat web for advice click here
if you give a divvy advisor just reconnect and try again as some of the advisors are poor others very good its hit and miss.

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