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Norton Internal Server Error

Discussion in 'All other topics' started by M8trix, Mar 2, 2005.

  1. M8trix

    M8trix Regular member

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    Ok, this is very wierd thing that happened to me the other night. I was surfing the web, when suddenly, I heard my computer trying to load something. I figured, oh, it must be updating my virus definitions. But then when I looked in the corner, and it showed my Norton program icon disabled and a window poped-up saying, Norton had an internal server error, un-install and re-install Norton Anti-Virus. Immediatley I shut-off the PC. When I restarted I tried out all the Norton stuff, it seems like it's alright. Everything is all in order, I tested my security vulnerabilty on the Symantec website and it said I'm protected completely. I'm not sure what happened that night, but it was very strange. Any thoughts?

    One scenario I was thinking about was that Live-Update had an error when trying to update and that's why it said internal server error. Since after I restarted my PC, it did update something through LiveUpdate, so I figured maybe that's what happened. Could that have been the problem?
     
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  2. ddp

    ddp Moderator Staff Member

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    its possible but do an online scan with antivirus.com free housecall to confirm no viruses on the computer
     

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