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NIS 2003 uninstalled, but wont let me reinstall!

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I have a client who uninstalled their Norton Internet Security 2003 and then tried to re-install it.  Upon trying to re-install, a message appears saying that the installation could not continue because a previous unistallation was not completed - it says to restart the computer to complete the uninstallation.  Well, when I restart, and try again, I get the same message.  I tried to load NAV 2003 and that loaded fine, but cannot reload NIS 2003????

Anyone experienced this before.  I tried to search the site, but could not find a similar problem.

Thanks in advance.

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How to uninstall Norton AntiVirus by using the Rnav2003.exe removal utility
http://tinyurl.com/ucx9
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How to uninstall Norton Internet Security or Personal Firewall using the RnisUPG.exe removal utility
http://tinyurl.com/ucym
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Once it's uninstalled I'd put it back in box and put the box on the top shelf of the closet and get a hardware firewall.
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Thanks Crazy One - worked great!

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You are welcome :)
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