At this point you will not be able to remove Norton. Hell, it's damn near
impossible to remove even when in Windows XP. Symantec is one of the few
companies that are forced to supply auxiliary "stand alone" uninstallers to
wipe their crap from your system. It should have been uninstalled "prior" to
you upgrading the system.
Now you will have to do a wipe and destroy before you reinstall your
Richard Urban MVP
Microsoft Windows Shell/User
"Lee" <Lee@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> I'm up a creek and looking for a paddle!
> Upgraded to Vista last night. Went well until: When coming up told me
> Norton Corporate Antivirus is not compatible with Vista.
> No problem but I can't get rid of it!
> Tried Control Panel > Program > Uninstall : told me Norton Corporate
> Antivirus is not compatible with Vista
> Downloaded Norton Uninstall - Started it up and first tells me to use:
> Control Panel > Program > Uninstall
> Tried My Computer and send to recycle - Would not let me delete
> Got a new copy of NAV that is compatible. First thing it tells me is it
> detects an old version and uninstall it! I'd love to but how?
> Please Help!