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Thread: Norton Sysem Works 2004

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    PhEl's Avatar Non Stop Kaos
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    ive been looking for the norton system works file tda-nswp.bin but it wont find it should i use an old kazaa lite im using kazaa lite 2.8 ressurection or w/e but it wont find it help please??? then they show all kinds of files which one works???

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    The Reverand's Avatar www.gamufi.com
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    I got it off Suprnova, the download was fine but the program itself wasn't much cop, it slowed everything down and seemed to change a lot of things I didn't want changing. I had to do a fresh install of XP earlier, I'll be sticking with AVG from now on.

    If you still want it though, Suprnova is your best bet.
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    PhEl's Avatar Non Stop Kaos
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    what are the things it changed what things did it slow down i need more details??? :helpsmile:

  4. Software & Hardware   -   #4
    The Reverand is right. I got it also off Suprnova, but after installing the whole sh!t, my computer was slow as hell. Especially opening other programs. Also the registration number the keygenerator made up didn't allow Norton Systemworks 2004 to be activated and it would stop working after 15 days or so. I uninstalled the whole thing as fast as I could and installed NS 2001 again, which works like a charm.

    However, I'm not sure what The Reverand means by "changed". As far as I could tell, NS 2004 didn't change a lot on my computer. It only worked slower, because Ns 2004 used almost 100% of the memory.

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    SystemWorks or Internet Security Pro 2004 can use upwards of 120MB of RAM at any given time.

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