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    advancedflea
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    This is one for all you people who are going around saying that Windows XP and Norton anti-virus/system works 2002 have such a major conflict that it will render your system absolutly usless. This is totaly UN TRUE.

    I was at one point fooled, but I called up Microsoft UK, eMachines (my PC manufacture) PC world, UK Online and Currys. they all told me it is false speculation by people who are basically jelious of others who have better software than they do. I can vouch 4 this as I have windows XP AND Norton system works 2002

    So ignore the skeptics and listen to the person (or flea) you know has experience of it. I have only had problems with win XP that were caused by ME


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    But true is, that is not easy tg get Xp an Norton work togethet



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    Actually rabe, I don't really have too much trouble with that. allthough I have systemworks and only anti-virus and firewall load when the computer starts, that is fine by me. you don't really need cleansweep to load when your computer boots.



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    @advancedflea - You´re right, nobody needs any Norton on start up. I turn it on, when I go online. What I ment (did mean? - sorry for my bad englisch ) was, that I had always smaller or bigger troubles, when I´ve installed Norton in 95, 98SE or XP. Anyway - I like Norton .



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    Yeah it is generally good. I cant say that for "NPower" i'm on my lap-top right now as wer are in a bloody power-failure!!! lol. they will get a stern phone call off me



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    Re: Windows XP and Norton

    Now window 10 is most reliable because it has own essential for the virus.



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