I use that on one of my computers....you just have to give some points to the AV program thats virus scanner is called "Luke Filewalker"Aries said:
http://us.mcafee.com/en-us/affiliates/dod/landingpages/?affid=106-01The DISA enterprise license contract #DCA100-02-C-4046 (10/01/05 - 9/30/06) with Network Associates allows active DoD employees to use the anti-virus software distributed by the DoD-CERT for home use.
Whoever spoke to you is a dork for not providing manual uninstall directions, there used to be those, and a program called RNAV that would take everything off (then again it's been years since I've seen their retail product...)Robin said:I used Norton at my office until my HD crashed, one month ago.
I had a downloaded upgrade (from Norton AV 2001 to Norton AV professional 2004).
I asked for help, and all they could answer was : please uninstall your Norton and reinstall it.
I re-told them that my HD had crashed and that I had a new one : no way to 'uninstall' my AV program.
They then answered I was to buy the 2006 version (and they would take in account my current subscription).
Nuke & pave is a good thing for computers! (and the only true way to be sure of recovery from many viruses/etc.Aries said:The "perfect" solution, for my own opinion, is to reinstall the OS after formatting the full hard drive between 6 months to a year, regardless if it "looks" like it "needs" it.