Our database contains 21 different files for filename symnrt.exe but this page contains information about single file with specific attributes. If you want to see general information about the symnrt.exe then visit General Information Page . This file belongs to product Norton Removal Tool and was developed by company Symantec Corporation. This file has description Norton Removal Tool. symnrt.exe#224894 Agregate rating is 5 stars - based on 1 reviews. This is executable file. You can find it running in Task Manager as the process symnrt.exe.
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- Norton Removal Tool
- Symantec Corporation
- Norton Removal Tool
- Operating System:
- Windows 7
- September 5, 2010
Is the Process "symnrt.exe" Safe or Threat ?
SAFErating from user Mindconnect2020 for file %TEMP%\7zS265.tmp\SymNRT.exe
The Norton / Symantec Removal-Tool. I'm sure, it's save: Symantec (as well as Kaspersky or McAfee) is knowing that his programs (NIS, NAV, 360, NU, SystemWorks, Ghost, ...) are very deep inside the Kernel. That's the reason why Symantec / Norton offers his own Removal-Tool. It removes / uninstalls ALL of your Symantec / Norton Programs. Can take up much time, may be 'tl 4 hours. "symntr.exe" can't remove itsself (can't commit suicide ;-) ) You'll have to SHUT DOWN your PC (not only restart). * Other solution: Change your %TEMP%-Setting. After changing and restarting, "symntr.exe" can't find itsself anymore, and you can delete it. Don't forget your %temp%-directory / folder it has been before. No problems if you are not absolute "newbe". This small program is SAFE.(id: 734055)