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Windows 7 and Symantec


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#1 Robrooklyn

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 03:44 PM

I have tried loading Symantec Endpoint Protection to my new computer and it continues to say the program has been interrupted and the process could not be finished. I've read online that 7 and Symantec is having problems but have not seen a solution. Other than getting a different software what can I do? By the way the program was provided by the my job and I loaded it to a laptop at work that is running XP and it loaded without any issues. Any help would be appreciated.

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Posted 06 January 2010 - 04:21 PM

You could try compatibility mode, but that doesn't always work (right-click the installer file, then click "Troubleshoot compatibility").

If that doesn't work, you could also wait and see if Symantec comes out with a Windows 7 compatible version soon (could be months).

Other than that, the only other solution I see is to get something different. Sorry. :huh:
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