> so i recently had the vista antispyware 2010 so i reformatted my
> computer and now i installed the norton 360 again but if i put the
> product key in the norton on my account it will say i have used up
> all 3 keys is there any way i can like delete that i used a product
> key in the first place(i only want it on 2 machines for right now
> so when i get a new computer i can also put it in there).
> Lat time I had a "paid for" antivirus program I ran into the same
> problem because of reformatting more than 3 times. I had to
> contact the vendor and make my argument with them before they
> "reset" the keys for me.
> My advice would be to dump Norton and go with MSE (free and a lot
> smaller footprint).
> HEY I AM NOT GETTING RID OF NORTON IS THERE ANY OTHER WAY
Was all uupercase lettering actually necessary?
If you don't want to get rid of Norton - then you need to contact the actual
product manufacturer for support with their product.
After doing so - it is entirely possible (some would say likely) you will
change your mind about your all uppercase outburst. ;-)
Avira AntiVirus (free) or eSet NOD32 (AV only, pay, ~$59 U.S. for two years)
combined with Malwarebytes (Free for scanning/cleanup or ~$25 U.S. for
lifetime protection) and the built in Windows Firewall would give you less
trouble, more protection, easier interfaces, better performance and such -
but - it's your dime. ;-)
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