-=PCTechTalk=- Re: norton problems

I don?t recommend that you disable your security just because a site requires 
it. 
   
  Privacy control places a protective barrier between the Internet and the 
confidential and personal information stored on your PC.  I figure if a site 
requires that I give them access to my confidential and personal information, I 
don?t need to visit their site.  I refuse to unlock my door when I know it may 
be a theif knocking on it. _ 
   
  But this is my recommendation and opinion. 

Joyce <jmcclure@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:  This may, or may not be relevant to 
your problem, but when I tried to 
download some themes recently I could not get it to work. I contacted the 
owner of the website and one of the fixes was to turn off the privacy 
setting in Norton's firewall. I did and the download went perfectly. After 
I finished downloading I turned the privacy setting back on.
Joyce
----- Original Message ----- 
From: "ML" 
To: 

Sent: Sunday, January 29, 2006 11:29 PM
Subject: -=PCTechTalk=- Re: norton problems


> supposedly it's only an antivirus...but I wonder. I haven't been able to
> download ANYthing to do with firewall or another AV at all. There are
> always files missing when I go to install. It's really weird. I tried 3
> times to download free zonelabs and always it came back as lacking in .dll
> files and couldn't install and neither could AVG... This IS a new computer
> so I wonder if anything ELSE is causing trouble? ppht
> ml
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Cris" 
> To: 

> Sent: Sunday, January 29, 2006 6:42 PM
> Subject: -=PCTechTalk=- Re: norton problems
>
>
>> you should be able to disable your nortons while you download.
>> If your norton's is stricktly an anti-virus, it's odd that it would
>> prevent you from downloading things!
>> Cris
>> ----- Original Message ----- 
>> From: ML
>> To: pctechtalk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>> Sent: Sunday, January 29, 2006 9:24 PM
>> Subject: -=PCTechTalk=- Re: norton problems
>>
>> apparently Norton is stopping the download of certain files... it doesn't
>> do
>> it with every download, just with security programs..it doesn't want ANY
>> OTHER program on the hard drive. I have downloaded other programs and
>> install just fine.. but if it's anything to do with AV or firewall etc it
>> won't download properly... I would RUTHER have zonelabs and AVG...but it
>> won't allow the download. It's really a pest...growlllllll.
>> *~*@ Mary Lou@*~*
>> /\ /\
>> >>> *^* <<<
>> kg6ocz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>
>> ----- Original Message ----- 
>> From: "Robert Andrew Dulaney Jr." 
>> To: 

>> Sent: Sunday, January 29, 2006 5:35 PM
>> Subject: -=PCTechTalk=- Re: norton problems
>>
>>
>>> Have you tried to D/l it and save it - disconnect from the net, turn off
>>> Norton, install ZA. I don't know if that will work I'd ask but everyone
>>> I
>>> know who had it got rid of it opting for a more user friendly or free AV
>>> soluition.
>>>
>>> It's worth the try i reckon
>>> ML wrote:
>>> I am trying to download a firewall from Zonelab..the one I have used 
>>> for
>>> a very long time. I now have Norton 2006 and it apparently isn't letting
>>> me download anything to do with AV or firewall..tho I don't have a
>>> firewall installed except that which is part of XP...is there a way
>>> around
>>> this?? I am lost in Norton.. it's new program on new computer...and
>>> driving me nutzzzzz???????
>>> *~*@ Mary Lou@*~*
>>> /\ /\
>>>>>> *^* <<<
>>> kg6ocz@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
>>
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