Sometimes Norton antivirus stops before completing the scanning of entire system. This could be due to either lack of version update or you are using any other third-party antivirus that creates conflict while scanning through Norton. However, below find the troubleshooting processes to fix Norton antivirus incomplete scanning issues.
Run Live Update to Reintroduce Norton
Just start your system and run Norton antivirus on your PC open security and click on Live Update. Your antivirus software will be updated with new version and you can enjoy Norton protection with latest security features.
Update Video Adapter Driver
You also need to update video adaptor driver through device manager. Open display adopter and click on the name of the display adopter to select the properties. Moreover, also check graphic card driver, if it is outdated you have to download and update the latest version. For driver related issues, you can call to Norton antivirus support.
Uninstall Any Other Security Software
Using two different products for the same task can create conflict issues. If you have installed any other antivirus product, uninstall and remove it from your computer system. After removing other security products, restart your computer and run full scan through Norton. If problem not solved then try another troubleshooting process given next.
Run Norton Power Eraser for Rootkit Scan
The last step to run full scan uninterruptedly is you have download and install Norton Power Eraser. You can download setup of Norton Power Eraser from website and run scan for risk that performs Rootkit scan to probe your computer system. But you have to restart your computer and scanning process run automatically, just follow the instruction.
After trying the last step you can run your Norton antivirus product to scan your computer, if problem not fixed, then call to Norton antivirus support phone number +1-800-715-9524 and you will get immediate online assistance performed by professionals. Troubleshooting the scanning related issues is very important to protect your computer from virus threats.