Norton 360 is a security program that was designed and distributed by Symantec. When you try to open Norton 360 from the desktop, you may receive the error "C:\Program Files\Norton 360\Engine\18.104.22.168\uiStub.exe. The specified path does not exist." In order to resolve this problem, you must edit a key in the Windows registry.
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Click the "Start" button and type "regedit" in the Search box. Press "Enter" to start the Registry Editor.
Double-click each of the following entries in the left pane of the Registry Editor:
Click the "TrayNotify" key.
Click the "File" drop-down menu and select "Export."
Navigate to your Desktop folder from the "Save in" box and type "TrayNotify" in the File Name box.
Click "Save" and exit the Registry Editor.
Back up the Registry Key
Click the "Start" button and type "regedit" in the Search box. Press "Enter" to open the Registry Editor.
Double-click each of the following entries to open the "TrayNotify" key:
Right-click the "IconStreams" value in the right pane of the Registry Editor and click "Delete."
Right-click the "PastIconStream" icon in the right pane and click "Delete."
Exit the Registry Editor and restart your computer.
Delete Problematic Registry Entries
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