RE: NAV



dumb spidey
07-10-2005, 01:39 AM
Hi
I tried the virus removal tool but it says there is no virus present. Then I
reinstalled
the NAV2003 several times but the Auto Protect cant be turned ON.
Any help appreciated...
Thanks

"BAR" wrote:

> No risk in turnming off system restore if you follow the instructions 'to the
> letter'.
>
>
>
> "dumb spidey" wrote:
>
> > Hi
> > i have NAV 2003 which fails to load up,even after reinstalling several
> > times.i searched for help
> > on Symantec website and they perfrmed an on;ine scan which reqd. a
> > reboot.after that i found that there
> > was a new folder in C:\Documents and Settings named Administrator.username &
> > D:\.Administrator.
> > i already have 2 folders Administrator(which is a junk now) and a present
> > username (i.e. new administrator)
> > in that folder. can i delete the newly created file?why does every reboot
> > create a new administrator
> > folder evrytime i do that? Is rebooting safe and is it reqd?
> > Also Symantec website recommended the possibility of W32klez@mm worm and i
> > downloaded the
> > reqd. tool...but it says i have to turn off the System Restore, shut down
> > switch off power, start in safe
> > mode and run the tool. is it worth taking the risk of turning off the
> > System Restore?
> > any other way out?
> > many thanks.
> >


RE: NAV