How To Fix Norton 360 Error 8504,104 Message?

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Hi, During Norton installation process I got an error describing 8504,104. I reinstalled Norton software but getting the same error. So please give me a solution for Norton 360 error 8504, 104. Thanks in advance.

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How To Fix Norton 360 Error 8504,104 Message?

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These errors occur due to corrupted software or a running program crashed due corruption in Windows registry. Even you or another program deleted Norton 360 related files mistakenly. So clear all your temporary files. Restart your PC, now reinstall Norton 360 with good internet connection.

If above process not worked follow these steps, firstly disable tamper protection by going to product security settings, Reboot system, download NRRT file then re-enable tamper protection.

Start system in safe mode with networking, Go to Program Files>Norton 360> Engine then find symhtmx.dll, change its name to symhtmx.dll.old. Now restart your PC.

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How To Fix Norton 360 Error 8504,104 Message?

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Procedure to fix Norton Error 8504 104 

  1. Restarting your PC :- This is a really simple thing to do and it may solve your problem instantly. Simply click restart from the start menu and see if it solves your problem.
  2. Using Norton Remove and Reinstall Tool :- The remove and reinstall tool can remove Norton antivirus from your computer system and reinstall it. To access Norton’s remove or uninstallation tool, go to official website and download the setup. Access your downloads, launch the setup and install the tool. Once installed, click on advanced and select remove only. After it is removed, restart.
  3. Updating Your Graphics Card :-
  • To update your graphics card, click on My Computer, then go to Manage and select Device Manager.
  • It will open a new dialog box. From the left side, choose Display Adapters. To open the device manager, you can also use a shortcut. Press Win+R and type devmgmt.dsc in the dialogue box.
  • After selecting Display Drivers from the left, right click on HD Graphics Card and select Update Driver Sotware. Once the update is complete, restart your system.

 

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