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Kudos0

Re-subscribing to Norton

Ok so I have Norton 360 and I just got a new laptop. I had already used Norton on 3 other computers and can't use it on my new laptop and now that my Norton days are about to run out I was going to re-subscribe days but with a little problem. If I do re-sub will all the uses (3PC) run out since I already have Norton on 3 computers. If yes how do I deactivate one computer from my Norton subscription and add a new one?

Or do I have a go out an buy a new Norton key.

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Kudos0

Re: Re-subscribing to Norton


shubby wrote:

Ok so I have Norton 360 and I just got a new laptop. I had already used Norton on 3 other computers and can't use it on my new laptop and now that my Norton days are about to run out I was going to re-subscribe days but with a little problem. If I do re-sub will all the uses (3PC) run out since I already have Norton on 3 computers. If yes how do I deactivate one computer from my Norton subscription and add a new one?

Or do I have a go out an buy a new Norton key.


This depends on whether you are keeping all your current computers active.

If you are no longer going to need all of them, you can log into www.manage.norton.com  and click on the My Account tab. From there you can look for the list of your computers under your current Norton subscription. Choose the computer you wish to delete from your account and click the trash can beside that computer. That will free up an activation that you can now use with your new laptop.

If you wish to keep all computers, there is a version of 360 available for 5 installations. This may be cheaper per machine than getting another 3PC  plus another license.

Shop around if you wish to go this route, and find the best price for the software. As the 2013 versions have been released, you may be able to get a great price on the 2012 versions, and then use the free upgrade to the latest version when you are ready.

Things happen. Export/Backup your Norton Password Manager data.

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