To Fix Norton Error 8505,129 reboot your device. If the error remains same, you have to check the proxy settings of the Network of your device and run a progressive scan for possibly aggravating applications with Norton Power Eraser.
Steps to Fix Norton Error 8505,129
Step 1 Reboot your device
- Stop all the Programs.
- Restart your device.
- If the error still persists, check for admittance in the Network proxy settings of your device.
Step 2 To check Network proxy settings
- Download Norton Power Eraser and Save the Downloaded file on the device
- Double click on the NPE.exe file.
- Click Yes If the User Account Control window prods on the display.
- Read the license agreement carefully and click Accept.
- Click on the advanced option in the Norton Power Eraser window. In the advanced window, next Go to the Unwanted Application scan, and then on the Scan now button.
- The results are shown in the Undesirable Apps Scan complete window.
- When Norton Power Eraser done the scan, in the undesirable Apps, Scan the Complete window, next to the undesirable application or toolbar, click Uninstall.
- Keep an eye on Guidelines and Reboot the device when the uninstall completes.
- If the problem remains the same, stare for the undesirable toolbars that are generally rushed with certain free programs you might have installed on the system.
- Click on OK and click on Apply button and then on OK
Step 3Download and run Norton Power Eraser
- Download Norton Power Eraser and save the Downloaded file on Desktop.
- Double click on the NPE.exe file to run Norton Power Eraser.
- Click yes, if the User Account Controlwindow prods. Click on the Advanced Options icon.
- Click on the Advanced Options icon in the Norton Power Eraser window,
- Click on the Scan Now in the advanced window when Norton Power Eraser finishes the scan.
- Click on Uninstall in the Unwanted Apps Scan Complete window.
- Reboot the system when the uninstall finishes.
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