Re Norton AV.

  Meshuga 12:22 03 Dec 05
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In view of all the controversy I read about NAV, if I decided to instal one of the frequently suggested free AVs would it be sufficient to totally disable NAV as opposed to removing it. My reason for suggesting this is to avoid the aggravation that I often read about because of the difficulty in removing Norton. My firewall is not Norton so is not involved. Also, will doing as I suggest stop NAV using large resources as it won`t be running. My OS is xp home sp2 and I have lots of free space on the HD.

  VoG II 12:24 03 Dec 05

You should be OK disabling Norton and then it won't be using any resources.

Personally, I would remove it. click here= may help you.

  Meshuga 12:35 03 Dec 05

Many thanks VoG. Have printed out your "click here" and will decide what method to use. Regards, Meshuga.

  Meshuga 20:08 03 Dec 05

Message for VoG, have now downloaded AVG free and installed it. Went easily. Will run it for a week or two to get used to it and if I like it will keep it. Meantime NAV is disabled. Regards, Meshuga.

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