[access-uk] Re: Hopefully, the final installment of the Norton saga

I've been having this same problem with Norton.  I'm sing Norton Internet
security 2004 or whatever the lastest one is.
. I get the lou 18 message every time.  I am thinking of ditching norton
altogether and finding something else.
I've done the thing from the documents, time and time again but it still
come back with that message.

From Wendy.----- Original Message ----- 
From: "mary" <m.tottle1@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Friday, August 20, 2004 2:47 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Hopefully, the final installment of the Norton saga


Hi George

Thought I would let you know the latest.

After your message I sent Norton all the info.  Still nothing changed so as
I said earlier, decided to take Norton off the system and start again.
Installed everything and found that I still had the 2.5 live update engine
and Norton started installing.  I was told to restart the computer and then
get more live updates.  I thought great, everything is working well.  My
next message was a LU1806 general error.  left the computer for a while as I
was totally cheesed off by this time.  Decided to give live update one final
chance and Hey presto* all is well with Norton.  I see that my live update
mode was changed from interactive to express so whatever the problem
Symantec appear to have sorted it as all live updates are now current.

Thanks once again for your help.  Much appreciated.

Regards

Mary


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