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liveupdate giving problem to update virus definationof symantec antivirus version 10.0.0.359

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On Windows server 2003 Enterprise Edition, We have Installed..
Symantec Antivirus version 10.0.0.359
Dialy i used to update manually,it is updating perfectly
but from 2-days it is giving problem, when i update liveupdate,
it is giving virus error as :
LiveUpdate was not able to install any of the 1 updates that u selected. For more information please check the "+" sign next to the updates(s) that did not install. All aviable updates were selected.

Please Guide me how to solve this
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Question by:alfadhel
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by:tryokane
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Uninstall and reinstall the product and rerun everything again?
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by:snoopfrogg
ID: 20280626
First off, the version of SAV you are running has a well-known security vulnerability.  My advice:  upgrade to the current version of SAV and, in the process, you'll likely eliminate the error you are receiving.
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by:KeroIT
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From your information, I think it may occurs from many causes such as :
1. No more space in your harddisk
2. Administrator permission may be losed by some application e.g. zonealarm
3. Some security application may block a part of updating steps
4. ...

First, you try to download the Virus definition from www.symantec.com directly. Afterthat, you install it by yourself. If it can work completely, I think you should check Liveupdate App. or reinstall all new.
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lachezar earned 500 total points
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Try this workaround:
Run a tool to remove the damaged files
After the removal tool runs, restart your computer and run LiveUpdate
You can download the tool from the link
http://www.symantec.com/techsupp/asa/ss/sa/index.jsp?said=lu_clean&docid=2005072715392513&sess=1223803297

The other option is to upgrade you current version to 10.1.7.700
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by:lachezar
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The version is 10.1.7.7000 sorry I missed one digit
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