Figured it out.. It was indeed Norton.. In ADD/REMOVE I choose "change" instead of "remove" and it let me uninstall it..
I'm trying to fix a PC for a friend.. He had buttloads of spyware on it but I got rid of it all running AdAware, M$ft Anti Spyware, Webroot Spysweeper, and AVG..
The problem I'm having now is I can't get on the internet. I have an IP address from my router and I can ping webpages and they do resolve but whenever I try to get on the internet (either with IE or Firefox) I get page cannot be displayed.
I'm thinking the problem may be with the freaking Norton Internet Security that's installed.. I tried uninstalling it but it won't let me stating that I don't have access and need to "log in". Well I tried that but the "log in" option in the program is grayed out..
Just so you know, there is a removal tool that you can get from symantec that will uninstall NIS in the case of you not being able to do it thru add/remove.
BTW, webroot = garbage
Uninstall that crap, it's resource hungry. Good for a one shot removal, but uninstall it when you're done.
Eh, to each his own. I don't like it either, but loads of people think that it helps. It's just like a barbed wire fence. Would do just as good as chainlink against some bolt cutters.
I use a combo of Ad-Aware, and Spybot...
Do a Spybot Scan every 2 days. and an Ad-Aware scan 1/week.
Works like a charm