Norton.com/Setup: Symptoms of Norton Antivirus Error Code 8504 and 104:-
- Error code 8504 and 104 appears and crashes the active software program window.
- Your Computer system or laptop frequently crashes with Error 8504 and 104 when running the similar program.
- Norton 360 Error 8504 and 104 is displayed.
- Windows operating system runs sluggishly and responds very slowly to mouse or keyboard input.
- Your computer system periodically freezes for a few seconds at a particular time.
These 8504 and 104 error code messages can appear during software program installation, while a Symantec-related software program, for example, Norton 360 is running, during Windows shutdown or startup, or even during the process of installation of the Windows operating system. Keeping track of where and when your 8504 and 104 error occurs is a critical piece of data or information in troubleshooting the issue.
Causes of Norton Antivirus Error Code 8504 and 104:-
- Incomplete installation or corrupt download of Norton 360 Antivirus software.
- Corruption in the registry of the Windows operating system from a recent Norton 360-related software program change (uninstall or install).
- Malware or virus infection that has corrupted system files of Windows or Norton 360-related software program files.
- Another software program mistakenly or maliciously deleted Norton 360-related files.
Runtime Error codes such as Error 8504 and 104 can be caused by a variety of factors, so it is quite important that you troubleshoot each of the possible causes of these errors to prevent it from recurring.
Steps to troubleshoot Norton Antivirus Error Code 8504 and 101:-
There are a lot of ways by which we can get rid of Norton Antivirus error code 8504 and 101. The various methods are given as follows:-
Method 1: The very first method is to download and run the Norton Power Eraser on your computer system. Norton Power Eraser can remove any kinds of threat to your computer system. It is quite an aggressive anti-virus software program that comes along with the complete Norton package and can detect even a very small threat to your computer system which other anti-virus software program may accidentally miss. The steps to use Norton Power Eraser are given as follows:-
- Firstly, download the Norton Power Eraser. It can be easily downloaded from the internet.
- Select the location where you exactly want to keep your .exe file and click on Save button.
- Now, go to the location where you have saved your .exe file and double-click on it.
- The User Account Control window will appear on the screen.
- Click on Yes to continue further.
- The license agreement will appear on the screen. Read the agreement and then click on the option of I Agree.
- The Norton Power Eraser window will appear on the screen.
- The Norton Power Eraser will then perform a rootkit scan of your respective device.
- After the scanning process is completely over, you will have to reboot your computer system or laptop.
- Click on the reboot button when prompted to do so.
- If you do not want this rootkit scan to occur, go to the Settings manually.
- Uncheck the option of rootkit scan.
Method 2: The second method is to run the tool of Norton Remove and Reinstall on your respective device. This can help you get rid of the error code. The steps are given as follows:-
- Download the Norton Remove and Reinstall Tool. It is quite easily available on the internet.
- Save the downloaded file on your desktop screen.
- Click on the downloaded file to run it on your computer system.
- Open the Downloads window on your web browser. Click on Ctrl + J keys simultaneously from your keyboard to open the window of Downloads.
- Now, Double-click on the NRnr.
- The license agreement page will appear. Read the license agreement properly and click on the option of Accept.
- Click on Advanced options.
- Click on Remove Only.
- Click on Remove.
- Finally, Click on Restart Now. The machine will reboot itself.
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