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I HAVE RESTORED MY SYSTEM AND REQUIRE MY NORTON PROGRAM DOWNLOAD FOR REINSTALLATION.

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If you purchased the anti-virus on a CD-Rom, you shouyl be able to re-install it and use the key that norton gave you when you signed up and verified your software provided you weren't using an evaluation copy. (should have written it down). If you downloaded it directly from them then you should be able to go back, download the anti-virus software again and re-verify it.

http://www.symantec.com/norton/support/index.jsp

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Hello,

I found these instructions for you on the Sony support site.



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  • Before performing a recovery, go to the Sony® eSupport Web site at http://esupport.sony.com and check your model-specific support page. Look for software and driver updates or check for knowledge base solutions that may help you solve your computer's issue.
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