Norton Updare Errer..??? Help...!!!!

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    pr@k@sh New Member

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    My Dear All friends .

    in nortorn Pro 2003 update i get this errer..!!

    in

    Symantec Common Client Update.--->>>>

    Code:
    Windows XP 5.1.2600
    
    Common Client Core 1.0.2
    
    LiveUpdate was not able to complete this update.
    
    Please contact Technical Support and provide all information displayed on this screen.
    For contact information, go to Help->Technical Support from your Symantec product.
    
    The files below could not be updated by LiveUpdate:
    -----------------------------------
    File: C:\PROGRA~1\COMMON~1\SYMANT~1\ccWebWnd.dl^
    181408 Bytes 11/10/2003 13:30:48 v2.1.0.610.
    

    And In my friends PC Norton 2004 errer is comming in only

    Virus Definition ..!!

    i uninstall both and reinstall but problem is same...!!

    Help...!!

    Thanks In ADV.
     
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    download the liveupdate engine again for the virus defs. seems noron is having a lotsa trouble with nav 04.
    i m seriously thinking of migrating to AVG.
     
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    hi
    i feel updatng the nav frm internet shold solve problem. if not remove norton and install AVG(it's avlble free) or McAfee
     
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    pr@k@sh New Member

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    Thanks ..!! i will download liveupdate engine an will see what happend..!!

    But Thanks all.

    any more solution...??
     
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