08-26-2009 02:05 AM
I have just recently purchased Norton 360 Version 3.0 and i have installed it on WinXP and activated the software. The liveupdate doesn't seem to work. If i run liveupdate manually, it says i have the latest virus definitions, but the definitions update says: 181 days ago.
If i use "scan now" option, it searches for update and gives an error.
I did a full system scan and tried updating, I was unsuccessful.
Also, I am not able to access my norton account from the Norton 360 interface.
Can anyone help me?
08-26-2009 02:43 AM
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08-26-2009 08:01 AM
For time being, try to update virus definitions using the Intelligent Updater from the following link:
You have to download the appropriate exe file for your Norton program according to it's version(Norton 360 3.0) and run it. After that, run a Full System Scan. Then restart the computer and try running LiveUpdate again. If the LiveUpdate fails, click More Details and check for the error information shown there. Let us know the results.
08-27-2009 05:14 AM
Thank you for your replies..
Is this a bug?? Are you telling me to do this on all the computers that i install NAV 360 on?? I have done a liveupdate atleast 10times on one computer and as a sys admin i think its bugging to do a liveupdate so many times and liveupdate is one of the most simple operations any applications can do...
Is there a patch or a fix for this??
08-30-2009 05:33 AM
What is the virus Definitions file format when a liveupdate happens? Is it in .exe format?
Coz, my proxy doesn't allow .exe file downloads and Norton 360 doesn't give any error, it just says the virus definitions are upto date, even if i enter the wrong proxy address!!!
08-31-2009 12:23 AM
I have a machine infected with Virus. I mapped that machine's Hard Drives from the machine which has Norton 360 version 3.0 installed on it. I scanned all the mapped drives, one drive had 4 viruses and it cleaned them.
I disconnected the mapped network drive and rebooted the infected machine, but i still see an ICON named %$thb$%(C:) on the c:\ drive.
Has the virus being cleaned? Or how do i remove this?
08-31-2009 04:57 AM
If you are behind the proxy, you can try to configure LiveUpdate proxy settings:
1. Start Norton 360.
2. Click Settings.
3. Click Administrative Settings.
4. Under Administrative Settings, click Configure next to Network Proxy Settings.
5. If you are using a proxy server to access the Internet, enter the details for Proxy Settings and Authentication.
6. In the Network Proxy Settings window, click Apply > OK.
7. Run LiveUpdate again. After LiveUpdate runs successfully, restart your computer.
If you are using Norton program in more than one computer, you can simply transfer the same Intelligent Updater file to the other computers via CD/flash drive, and use it for updating Norton program
08-31-2009 06:31 AM
I have configured the proxy as required... .and Internet is working properly from IE and Mozilla...
This is the first thing i did..
The worse part is proxy is configured in the anti-virus program but liveupdate is not working, i am not able to access support, I am not able to access Norton Account and the report says there is some problem with the network!! ??
Has anybody faced this proble,. .. I am able to access internet through IE and Mozilla without any problems??