Don't know about the content advisor...did you or someone enable the supervisor password option? You should be able to reset the settings and disable the advisor. On the Norton SystemWorks 2000 (ver 3.0). It has been reported, fairly often, that users are having a multitude of problems with this edition and end up uninstalling and returning for refund. I personally have it installed on my son's pc and we regularly use the utility functions and antivirus without problem. I did not install the crash guard and highly recommend against it(large history of problems). If you have installed the crash guard portion this may be part of your problems (along with a number of other items). I would start by uninstalling crash guard using the clean sweep provided. I am purchasing SystemWorks 2001 for my company pc and I notice that they have removed the crash guard software from the bundle. Norton can be a resource hog so I advise disabling all but the antivirus portion(and maybe clean sweep monitor) until you need/use them...check your resources as you go. It is quite possible you will need to make a visit to Microsoft's web site www.microsoft.com and determine if you have any need for some of the updates offered for your OS. The C and A are the drives you had Norton check for you.
[This message has been edited by bassvax (edited 10-12-2000).]