QUOTE(white chocolate @ 4.09.2012 10:27)
did you run the semoval tool in safe mode?Norton uninstalls rather sloppily and it is my experience at least that removal tools are better run in safe mode as sometimes certain files/remnants are sometimes in use and wont be removed cleanly anyways.Also upon removal of avg and norton i would also recommend using the registry cleaner in ccleaner available at www.piriform.com to look for remnants in the registry of previously installed security apps and clear your temp files as well and reboot.Personally i find app remover excellent and removing traces of security applications.It is free and can be found here Appremover
.It is excellent at finding and removing remnants of security applications of the major av providers.Give it a try before reinstalling Kaspersky
Ok now I'm really getting pissed off, I tried everything you said above, chocolate and after I was done installing Kaspersky, I clicked on the the Kaspersky 2013 application shortcut (which mind me saying looks nothing like the icon it's supposed to have) (it's supposed to have the regular icon that is the red and black letter K) well this one doesn't. It looks like an menu or page or something.) Anyways when clicked on the applications shortcut. It gave me an error message saying this:
Windows cannot access the specified device, path, or file "C:\Program Files (x86)\Kaspersky Lab\Kaspersky Anti-Virus 2013\starter_AVP.exe". You may not have the appropriate permissions to access the item.