How to Troubleshoot Norton Error Code 1844?by Rajo Williams Web Analysis
Norton is one of the complete packages and also the bunch of beneficial function which carry complete security for your system from Malware, Trojan, virus as well as other online threat also. But sometime, while running Norton Security, you might encounter an error code 1844 that specifies there are some of the installation problems with your security or system software. You can then fix the error code or can contact some of the specialists of Norton antivirus.
When the error code 1844 persists, the active window software or program might be crashed and may be possible that your system crashes. Window start running slowly to mouse or keyboard input and might be also conceivable that the system freezes for a few seconds at a time more often.
Causes of Norton Error code 1844
During programmer’s code, software design, anticipating the occurrence of errors, there are no perfect designs, as errors can be expected with the best program design. Issues can happen during runtime if a certain error is not addressed and experienced during design and testing.
Runtime errors are caused by the incompatible software’s running at the same time. It may also persist because of memory issues, virus infection or bad graphics driver. Whatever the case may be, the issue must be resolved immediately to avoid issues. Here are ways to resolve the error.
Best Possible Resolution:
- Clean all the temporary or junk file from your system
- Undo or restore the Window system
- Repair Registry entries associated with error 1844
- Do full malware scan of your System
- Install all the updates available on windows
- You must try to Run the File Checker on the system
- Uninstall and Reinstall the Norton antivirus program
Aamir Lone is a Symantec Norton expert has been working in the technology industry from the last 3 year. As a technical expert, he has written technical blogs, manuals, white papers, and reviews for many websites such as norton.com/setup.
Created on May 31st 2019 13:17. Viewed 478 times.