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I wish to install Windows Vista Home Premium. I already have Windows XP. I pay for Norton Internet Security by direct debit through Tiscali and have done so since, 2006. I have run Norton Liveupdate. Windows still say that I must uninstall Norton Security before upgrading to Windows Vista and I will not be able to reinstall Norton Internet Security because of compatability issues. Can you help me,please.

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You will need to cancel your Norton subscription and use one of their products that is suitable for Vista. May I suggest that you purchase Norton Internet security 2009 for a single payment of about 70 dollars.

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