If you are experiencing any error messages that are related to the error code 0x0eedfade then you can understand how frustrating it is to have so little information provided regarding the cause of the 0x0eedfade errors as well as what can be done to help fix the issue that is causing the 0x0eedfade errors. Luckily, there has been a lot of research done to help find the answer to fixing the 0x0eedfade error messages and if you continue to read below you will be able to find out how to fix this error.
Typically the 0x0eedfade error message arises after the improper removal of a Norton security product, which has left behind some program information within your system and then causes the 0x0eedfade error message to arise. Luckily, Norton has identified this possible issue and created a tool called the Norton Removal Tool which is available on their website for free download. All that is required is a download of the appropriate version for your operating system as well as running the removal tool.
Once the tool has finished the initial removal it is important to download a registry cleaner to remove all traces of the program that might have been left behind in the registry. Although the tool has essentially removed most of the pieces that have been left in your system, which are usually causing the 0x0eedfade error messages, there is still a chance that your registry may still have pieces left within it. Your registry may also be suffering from the initial incorrect removal of the program and potentially unwanted issues might occur at a later date. This is why running a full, deep; registry scan will identify all the issues that could cause more errors at a later time.
There might also be another issue that does cause the 0x0eedfade errors to arise, and this usually relates to third party browser extensions within Internet Explorers web browser. If you have never had Norton or any other variation of their security programs on your system then you will want to try this solution.
1. Open Internet Explorer
2. Click the Tools option on the menu
3. Select Internet Options
4. Now select Advanced Tab
5. Uncheck the box that is labeled “Enable Third Party Browser Extensions”
6. Save the changes and restart your machine.