Norton Internet Security 2004

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  1. ralb

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    I just upgraded from NIS 2003 to NIS 2004. I am now unable to access all or part of some websites that I had no trouble with before. One example is that I seem to be unable to participate in the polls on Baptist Board. My former home page (Excite) now denies me access....says my browser is configured to disable cookies and Javascript. I have looked on Internet Tools and on my NIS configuration and can not locate the problem. I have also searched Symantec's knowledge base and have not been able to find the steps to solve this. I did find some suggested "solutions" but they didn't work.

    I also had to uninstall and reinstall the product as something was causing my CPU usage to remain at 100% all the time. Uninstall and reinstall seemed to solve that problem.

    I did have some problems with Javascript links prior to upgrading but not as extensively as I am now and I hadn't really considered that Norton was the culprit there until now.

    Any help? Thank you.
     
  2. Deacon

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    I had the same sort of problems recently. It was discssed in the thread: Norton and Outlook Express

    Maybe that thread will help you. Eventually everything returned to normal after may repeated installs and re-installs. :mad:

    Rob
     
  3. ralb

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    Thanks (I think) :( I thought these things were supposed to make my life easier, more carefree.....I spent about 10 hours on it Saturday.
     

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