How to scan your computer for Viruses using Norton Antivirus?

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If you are new to Norton Antivirus & you want to scan your system, then do follow this blog that has all the guidelines of how you can scan your system using the Norton Internet Security. We are here with our Norton Technical Support Team, who provides this process for your help to get you out of the trouble. Our team is well qualified, experienced, expert, skilled & professional; to understand all your queries whether it is easy or complex. Here is the process that you have to follow one by one to get the best results.

How to scan your computer for Viruses using Norton Antivirus?

The steps are as follows:

  • Restart your system now using the restart option instead of shutdown
  • Now while your system is booting press the F8 key continuously until you see the boot menu
  • Select the option of Safe Mode from the boot menu with the help of arrow keys & after that press enter button from the keyboard
  • Log in as the admin in our system
  • Go to the start option and then search for the Norton Antivirus & then double-click on it to open it
  • Click on the Yes button on the window that appears to perform a scan against the virus
  • In the scan, if it detects the problem then use the alert window’s button to repair it or you can also delete it.

These were few steps that we need to execute to scan the system for finding viruses, so that it can be removed. This will definitely solve your issue. If you have any issue or have any other query, then contact at toll-free Norton Customer Support Number 1800-958-237. We provide you good assistance for all your queries and issues. We are here round the clock, so you can also contact us via email or live chat.


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