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cliffyg | 22:55 Fri 24th Jun 2011 | Technology
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i paid for two years norton cover and recently loaded a free update

immediately my game fun on king.com stopped working

i contacted norton and a guy took over my pc and changed some settings

i then found i could not open some excel or word documents and still could not play games at king.com

norton suggested internet explorer and microsoft were the problem

i contacted my service provider bt and so far all the advice was free

i was advised to try microsoft - their advice is at premium rate £1.53 per minute
the advert says most problems are solved in under 10 minutes

mine took all day and cost via several phone calls £140

the next morning the problem returned i tried to phone again but bt had blocked the premium line
i emailed microsofts agents and they corrected the pc problems without further charge

they took off norton and replaced it with avg which will cost me another £50

my pc is working fine now but have a been conned.

if not what is better avg or norton.

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Hideous time. Are you sure the "free" update was genuine cliffyg?
yep - AVG is free
Hi Cliffy, use either the free version of AVG or Microsoft Security Essentials which is also free (It's surprising that Microsoft didn't suggest that instead anyway!).
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thanks

avg still seem to want £50 for two years to carry on after one months use
Norton .. always .. for me .. and it's what I frequently recommend to others .. who also have no problem.
Was it Norton 'everything', Internet Security or just Norton Anti-Virus (2010/2011)?
Wish you'd come here first!
Paid AVG is better than free AVG.
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norton everything
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