The best thing you can do at this point is to back up any data that you have
on your computer. Just the data, pictures, documents, spreadsheets, etc....
If you have a CD-RW/DVD-RW, then do the backup.
Do a clean install of Vista on your PC, then install AVG Free or AVAST which
works well with Vista. Upgrades usually are hard to deal with, you will
never fully get rid of pesky problems with your old system. I am sure
people will say that this is over kill, but up front you will spend more
time formatting and installing everything from scratch, but in the long run,
you will have less problems, thus saving grief and time. A much better
solution if you ask me.
"PJ" <PJ@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> It took so long to install Vista that I forgot to update my Symantec
> Antivirus before actually upgrading to Vista. I upgraded after the fact
> now get an incompatability error: This version of Symatec AntiVirus does
> not support Windows Vista Platform. I tried to uninstall the antivirus
> software but I get the same message. Any suggestions?
> Any info would be appreciated!