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How do I reinstall Norton 360 without disc

I usually reinstall my operating system every year when I renew my Norton subscription. I did this in July but so far I am not happy with the computer's overall speed and performance. I would like to a clean installation again in the near future and start from scratch. The only problem is that I lost the Norton 360 disc that I used to install this system. My subscription is good until July 2010. 

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Kudos0

Re: How do I reinstall Norton 360 without disc

Hi rivieraranch,

Welcome to Norton Community!

You will be able to install and activate Norton 360 only if you have a valid Product Key. First check in your Norton Account through this LINK and make sure that you have valid Product key for Norton 360. You can download Norton 360 from any of the following links according to the Edition you have:

 

For Standard Edition: http://www.norton.com/n360s_3
For Premier Edition: http://www.norton.com/n360p_3

 

Install the Norton 360 program and activate it using the Product Key from your Norton Account. If you are unable to get the Product Key, contact the Symantec Customer Service(Chat will give you immediate response):

http://www.symantec.com/norton/support/contact/contact.jsp?pvid=cs

Let us know how it goes.

 

Kudos0

Re: How do I reinstall Norton 360 without disc

I usually reinstall my operating system every year when I renew my Norton subscription. I did this in July but so far I am not happy with the computer's overall speed and performance. I would like to a clean installation again in the near future and start from scratch. The only problem is that I lost the Norton 360 disc that I used to install this system. My subscription is good until July 2010. 
Kudos0

Re: How do I reinstall Norton 360 without disc

You can download a trial version from the Symantec website any time you are ready to reload and activate it with your current key.
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