A fix seems to be in the works. Plus how NAV for Windows seems to be an annoying beast with irritating issues and problems. Then again I'm not responsible for other people's poor choice in computing platforms ;) Worried about a Mac virus? Perhaps I didn't stress it much, but I also didn't dink around with the OS's innards or with a bunch of settings throughout the system either. weblink
View accepted solution andyhp Newbie1 Reg: 14-Sep-2009 Posts: 3 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Norton Antivirus error; cannot uninstall Posted: 14-Sep-2009 | 1:48PM • 3 Replies • Permalink After installing MAC Another reason why I went back to Leopard is the Auto Protect error. I'll be getting a copy of Norton soon to protect my new Mac. brainydoc Newbie1 Reg: 03-Mar-2011 Posts: 3 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 Re: Norton Anti-Virus Auto-Protect could not continue Posted: 08-Mar-2011 | 7:23AM • Permalink Thanks for the links! Problem solved! https://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/error-code-10-sl
So Mac OS X is now a different country? It is compatible with Snow Leopard. Make sure All Products is selected, set the Frequency to Weekly, or Daily for the nervous.
Never mind the potential of what you might have to deal with if your financial info were compromised. No thanks to Norton Syman****e!!! The Sophos and the older Avast AV products both worked fine on my Mac, with no lockups; unlike VirusBarrier. Jun. 6, 2011 item.136069 Tracy Valleau Just wondering if John Fallon is running all those items (Little Snitch, Sophos, ClamXAV) at the same time?
Comment on this posting... Hope this helps. Is it any good - and/or does it have problems?" There's no need to run any anti-virus app on a Mac at this time. https://community.norton.com/en/forums/norton-anti-virus-auto-protect-could-not-continue I get messages to say it has updated the data files.
I haven't contacted Comcast yet only because I dread having to explain that yes I'm using a Mac, but I want to install the Windows version into a Windows XP virtual Sep. 8, 2011 item.143217 Samuel Herschbein Yet another Microsoft Security Essentials recommendation. I tried the uninstaller from symantec's website but all it did was tell me that norton was already uninstalled did a little more looking around and lo and behold, there were These components of the current-generation of Windows appear to "just work"!
If you do want to install whatever you like, do it in a guest account. check here Comment on this posting... The support from both Symantec and Mcafee is ghastly, I would not touch their products with a 10foot barge pole. Neither bodes well for their Anti Virus software.
Thank U God! have a peek at these guys They have really made this a hard one to fix must be a pref file that has an obscure name but I cannot find it for the life of me. None have had any issues or infections. TASK COMPLETE.
Click OK, which will bring up the main LiveUpdate menu. Comment on this posting... And this is the last sentence of this "derail." Glenn -----OTR/L, MOT, Tx View Public Profile Find More Posts by ghporter Andreas. http://deftmag.com/symantec-antivirus/symantec-antivirus-auto-protect-could-not-continue-code-10.html item.136097 William Staman After having some problems, I was told By Intego that VirusBarrier and Little Snitch are incompatible.
No problems with kernel panics or such. If you have a startup folder in your library, check it to see if there are Symantec or Norton files/folders in there. Apple may provide or recommend responses as a possible solution based on the information provided; every potential issue may involve several factors not detailed in the conversations captured in an electronic
What antivirus does everyone recommend? voicebox "If you don't like the heat, don't go in the kitchen!" 17" Core2duo MacBook Pro 2.4Ghz 4Gb/160HD Snow Leopard 10.6.8 || 15" PowerBook 1Gz 1Gb/120 HD Tiger 10.4.11|| 24" iMac Happy new year everyone !!! Anywhere else that these may be hiding?
Even reinstalling the app and then using the uninstaller will be MUCH, MUCH faster than poking around to TRY to find the bits left over from a drag to the trash This was a year ago, so things might have changed. While it does install a bunch of features that most users don't want or need, they are easy enough to disable, and I've not noticed any significant performance hits having it http://deftmag.com/symantec-antivirus/symantec-antivirus-auto-protect-could-not-scan.html Hope this helps other fellow Mac Warriors.
What's the fix? It appears on the Kaspersky.com web site, as well as my bank's!
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