12-22-2009 07:45 AM
12-22-2009 08:06 AM - edited 12-22-2009 08:09 AM
Yes, you can transfer your old subscription to your new computer. Since your new computer has got Windows 7 installed it, only Norton 360 version 3.5 is compatible with Windows 7. Please download and save the appropriate edition of Norton 360 version 3.5 from one the links below to your computer:
Norton 360 Standard Edition version 3.5
Norton 360 Premier Edition version 3.5
You will also need your Norton 360 product key to activate Norton 360 after installation; you can fetch your key from your Norton account:
When it is time to activate Norton 360 after installing it, you will have to type in your product key; Norton 360 will then pick up your remaining subscription days.
About your passwords: do you mean your Identity Safe passwords? Did you back them up, for instance, to an external drive (as an NPM file)? If that isn't the case, then you can look at jlatino0's post over here (although written for NIS, it should apply to Norton 360 as well):
12-22-2009 08:13 AM
12-22-2009 08:45 AM
12-22-2009 08:45 AM - edited 12-22-2009 08:55 AM
If you did not back up your Identity Safe profile or data, or if the data is not retrievable in any other way, then your passwords are lost. Otherwise, you can follow the instructions in jlatino0's post indicated in my previous post. To install Norton 360 on your new computer, you can follow the instructions I indicated earlier.
Also, should you receive a message saying that you have exceeded the number of activations allowed when activating Norton 360 after installation, please go to Symantec Customer Support, explain the situation to them and they will sort out the issue for you. You can chat with Customer Support for free at this link: