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Kudos0

Auto Protect experienced an Unexpected error 3035,12 0x000003EE

Auto Protect experienced an Unexpected error 3035,12 0x000003EE...

I really need help...BADLY...everytime when i boot the computer on...this flashes up on the screen after 10mins or so....

Even i used the tool that norton support suggest...it still pops out....and i also think...maybe...is there some way that on this single error...does the norton BLOCKS all of my ports on Bittorrent,Free download manager, and all of the torrent clients even I redownloaded/reinstalled them... I discovered it because...the firewall,intrusion or spyware protection also is always turned on...you can't turned them off...

I am a Norton fan...I have faith in this anti-virus so please help me....

and by the way im using Norton internet security 2007...I think..

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Kudos0

Re: Auto Protect experienced an Unexpected error 3035,12 0x000003EE

Why not upgrade to the latest version? Norton 2008

That will probably do the trick 

"All that we are is the result of what we have thought"
Kudos0

Re: Auto Protect experienced an Unexpected error 3035,12 0x000003EE

hi ianzro - Stu's recommendation is probably the better way to go (2008 is free with a valid 2007 subscription and can be obtained from this location) - but if you are interested in checking if the problem can be solved without the over-install, try this article.

if that doesn't help, can you recall if your used Windows Restore or hit a blue screen recently? 

mel 

Kudos0

Re: Auto Protect experienced an Unexpected error 3035,12 0x000003EE

Unfortunately,I live in the philippines...so it is really hard to get a ORIGINAL copy of this 2008...I also wanted to buy one of this new things like the new Norton 2008 but I really cannot buy a cd of this thing...

by the way,My OS is winxp service pack 2...no,I didn't suffer from those blue screen things....

I already do the steps...BUT i don't use the Norton removal thingy...because this might get worst...I am a 14 year old boy...I use this laptop for good...and i don't wanna put any Malicious software in this laptop...

by the way, I also know how to speak geek....so even you throw me hard lines i still know what you are saying

Kudos0

Re: Auto Protect experienced an Unexpected error 3035,12 0x000003EE

You still are able to reach the links Melodic posted aren't you?

Using the NRT tool is getting things done for you. It won't get things worse

"All that we are is the result of what we have thought"
Kudos0

Re: Auto Protect experienced an Unexpected error 3035,12 0x000003EE

You should be able to download the 2008 version from the Norton Internet Security 2008 Installation page without a CD. 

Reese AnschultzSenior Software Quality Assurance Manager, Symantec Corporation
Kudos0

Re: Auto Protect experienced an Unexpected error 3035,12 0x000003EE

Sorry for the misunderstanding...I thought that the link that was give to me...the http://www.norton.com/newnis I thought that it is Broken or something And specially we don't buy cd online >.<

anyway....thanks for finding the link...There's Also 1 Problem...I quarantined a somewhat a USB virus that goes to the hard drive C:...Even you delete it manually by using cmd.exe...before anything happens...My question is....do quarantined items also go to the new version??

Also...another question...What if....I still have a Norton Internet Security 2002...can i still upgrade it??or any lower versions??

anyways....thank you for your time...

Message Edited by ianzro on 04-29-2008 04:14 AM
Kudos0

Re: Auto Protect experienced an Unexpected error 3035,12 0x000003EE

It is always advisable to uninstall the "old" version first and than install te latest
&quot;All that we are is the result of what we have thought&quot;
Kudos0

Re: Auto Protect experienced an Unexpected error 3035,12 0x000003EE

The licensing primarily changed in the 2006 versions and only 2006 or latter versions are entitled to the free upgrade with a paid subscription.
Reese AnschultzSenior Software Quality Assurance Manager, Symantec Corporation

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