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Can't switch current paid product on new computer

We bought a new computer because our other computer was crashing. We switched Internet provider to new computer. We have 161 paid days of Norton
Antivirus on the old computer. We cannot uninstall because there is no Internet access. We want to switch the account to the new computer

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My personal opinion on this is that you are unlikely to be able to move the account; given the problems I have had with norton in the past, I wouldn't try; but would instead use the free or Home editions of Avast! or AVG Antivirus.

Posted on Jan 19, 2009

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