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#1 plee

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Posted 05 July 2007 - 10:26 AM

Can anyone help me solve the problem of keeping the Auto-Protect turned on as I am still having problems, having already asked Norton support people to help, and following their proceedures but not achieving a satisfactory result. Basically I have all Green lights when I start up my computer then after about five minutes, or less, the Red light comes up on Auto-Protect. Even changing the boxes in Advance Settings to Turn Auto-Protect on does not work.


Moved from the XP Forum. ~acklan~

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Posted 06 July 2007 - 12:28 AM

See this article on the Symantec website.

Red X is displayed on PC Security in the Norton 360 program interface and clicking Details shows "Off" next to Auto-Protect
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Posted 06 July 2007 - 04:46 AM

It seems that many people are experiencing similar problems to you with Norton 360. Two other things you can try are:

1. Uninstall Windows Defender if you have it. Apparently they conflict with each other.
2. Another suggestion I read was to defrag your hard drive. I have no idea why this should make any difference but it's worth a try.
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