02-18-2011 04:29 AM
I'm about to install Windows 7 on my PC(now running Vista) to take advantage of the 64 bit CPU
I run Norton 360(V18.104.22.168)
If I do a clean install of 7 and reinstall Norton, can I save my ID safe data and logins to reinstall them on Windows 7 version?
If so, what folder do I reinstall them in?
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02-18-2011 05:09 AM
If you look under Settings / Identity Safe, you'll see an option to EXPORT your data to a file. Save that file, and then when you get Windows 7 & Norton installed, do the same thing only choose IMPORT and import that file you saved.
02-18-2011 01:36 PM
You might want to go straight to N360 V5 which has just been released rather than update later.
New N360 V5:
Click on the link that matches your version:
Norton 360 v5 Standard: http://www.norton.com/n360s_5/ << version with 2GB of online storage
Norton 360 v5 Premier: http://www.norton_com/n360p_5/ << version with 25GB of online storage
Make sure you get the right version since the keys are not interchangeable. SAVE the file where you can find it -- do not run it from the download site when Windows asks what you want to do.
You can download that file on any computer and transfer it to a thumbdrive to install on another.
When it asks you to activate it you can click on Renew and enter the key there.