Re: Deleting problems with Vista
Just FYI, Norton will not totally uninstall with just the uninstall
functions. But there is a small program on the Symantec website that will
finish the uninstall. It is quick to download and run and completes the job.
Can't help with the rest, but perhaps this bit will help.
"Garyuu" <Garyuu@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> It is a laptop, and I tried all of those things. None of them work. Norton
> was even messing up. When I tried to disable autoprotect, it would just
> windows explorer for some odd reason. I tried uninstalling Norton (I have
> another anitvirus, so I don't need Norton on it anymore) but it won't let
> fully uninstall it.
> John, it is with all of my files. Also, this problem also happens when I
> name/rename a folder or file.
> "Tomas J" wrote:
>> Maybe if it is a laptop PC.... you can start advanced disk performance in
>> devicemanager under disk and the harddrive you are deleting files
>> or if your harddrive is fragmanted use diskdefragmanter to organize your
>> filetable.... or if you have Norton Antivirus or firewalll disable
>> autoprotect and see what happens....
>> "Garyuu" <Garyuu@discussions.microsoft.com> skrev i meddelandet
>> > I'm having trouble deleting files. Whenever I delete a file, Windows
>> > Explorer
>> > quites responding, and a window that says, "Calculating time remaining"
>> > stays
>> > on the screen. I have to go into Windows Task Manager, to end the
>> > program.
>> > Any suggestions?