I uninstalled MSE and installed norton, now I can't access the web. any help? Vista Home premium

I just uninstalled MSE and installed Norton. Now I can't access the internet. I have vista Home premium. my internet works on all the other PCs in the House. the computer shows I have internet acess, but tells me that I can't Conect on the web. I used restore to an earlier date without change. What can I do?

Well, I just thought about it. I started in safe mode and uninstalled Norton and safety package provided with Norton from Comcast. It was the solution. I don't know if it was Norton, safety package, or both, but I'm back to MSE and perfect performance. I hope this can help someone else. Thank you

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