To clarify, I use Norton products almost exclusively and I am in the
computer business. I was referring to the programs that suppose to allow
you to save your data upon crashes. I have used several in my life time and
have yet find one from any maker that I would be willing to keep on my
Researching the following families: Bottoms/Bottom/Longbottom, Keas,
Stribling/Stripling, Chambers, Hodges, Golden, Sweeney, Lovelace, Welch,
Pettit, Cagle and others.
[mailto:DEED-MAPPER-USERS-Lemail@example.com] On Behalf Of Cindy
Sent: Saturday, July 07, 2001 9:59 PM
Subject: Re: [DMU] program crashes - help!
Ditto on Norton products. They cause more problems then anything. Those
type of programs rearrange things in system files to make themselves work.
Or as in their virus protection, change things to put a Band-Aid on it and
circumvent the problem without correcting it.
I had my computer custom made. The guy who did it says his company has had
to fix more computers because of norton programs then he can count anymore.
Try uninstalling Norton. Then check your root directory to make sure the
folder is gone. Reboot the computer then try to install your program.
ALWAYS turn your computer totally off, then back on when ever you add or
delete a program. That way the computer shuffles all the other files where
they belong before you add any more from a new program.