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Finally got tired of playing around with it and contacted Norton online chat support.I had this same problem two days ago when I reinstalled the most recent version of Norton Security Suite from a Comcast download on my newly updated Windows 10 operating system after removing the previous version using the Norton Removal Tool. After asking many nonsensical, irrelevant questions, the Comcast original representative transferred me to another Comcast technical specialist who eventually connected me to a Norton support specialist at Norton Support.He worked for about one-half hour using remote access to my computer. They were able to fix the problem, which entailed making several registry changes. I asked the support tech to tell me exactly what registry keys he changed, but he was reluctant to tell me.It had two choices - partial removal leaving personal settings and part of the old install on your computer or complete removal.I chose complete removal because I had no personal settings I cared about keeping and I wanted every norton file deleted.