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    Recently I installed Norton Internet Security and it created some problems so I decided to uninstall it. But somehow I deleted the "Auto Delete" that suppose to start after Reboot.(I think I deleted with "ProPort")
    Now my port no 110 and others(?) is blocked. I can't get my E-mails It says "Protocol:POP3,Port:110,SECURE(SSL):No,Error Number:0x800CCC0F"
    I tried reinstalling N.I.S. but it won't let me reinstall,it says I have to Restart my computer so other uninstallation can take place.
    But since I deleted the DELETE FILE it can't complete the task.
    I can't even get any updates for the Norton Antivirus or any other updates for that matter.
    I deleted all the Norton files from the registery but it didn't make any difference.
    I'm running P4,256RamBus Ram,Overclocked 10%.
    Ps: I downloaded the NIS from Kazaa so I can't ask Symantec for any help.
    Please Help Me.



    :cry: :cry: :cry: :cry:
    NE 1469

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    If you have Win ME or XP you should be able to go back to the point before you installed Norton with the Restore function.

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    What version?
    Which OS?

    Online support is still available at the Symantec site.
    If you are using the 2002 version this page may be helpful;
    http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT...pcode=nis&svy=

    Or for manually uninstalling, see here;
    http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT...pcode=nis&svy=
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