Change your system date back to 20 days, restart the computer and then try to enter the product key. Sometimes, this will do the trick! Otherwise, you may need to uninstall and reinstall.
Change your system date:1. On the Windows taskbar, right-click the clock, and then click Adjust Date/Time.2. Set the date back to 10 days.3. Click Apply, and then click OK.
4. Restart the computer.
Re-activate Norton 360:1. Start Norton 360.2. Click Help & Support > Support.3. Click Activation.4. Click Next and enter the Product Key(The same Product Key from Norton Account).5. Click Next and then click Finish.6. Re-set the System date to current one and run LiveUpdate again. Check for the problem.
If the problem persists, you may need to uninstall the Norton 360 2.0 using the Norton removal tool and reinstall Norton 360 2.0.
1. Go to this LINK and follow the instructions for uninstall. Run Norton removal tool multiple times(2-3 times) to make sure that all components are completely uninstalled.
2. Then download a Trialware of Norton 360 2.0 from this Symantec Web Page. You can install and activate it using the same product key. Run LiveUpdate repeatedly until you see the message that no more updates are available.
I have the same problem as campsoup1988 in this post.
edit: I have Norton 1.0
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