pk46 17:32 10 Nov 08

If this has been said before sorry.
Anyone buying Norton Internet Security 2009 beaware that it has a reactivation limit on,as this isn't stated on the download or the pack you won't know till you hit it trying to get it reactivated has been a no no.

  wiz-king 17:54 10 Nov 08

Quite ubderstandable
If you will wipe your hard drive more than a couple of times a year you will have to explain yourself - it might help them develope a better anti-virus.*grin*

  wiz-king 17:56 10 Nov 08

ubderstandable = understandable

  birdface 23:28 10 Nov 08

Well you could be lucky.lots of good free Anti-virus programs out there.

  sunnystaines 11:05 11 Nov 08

often to fix a problem in norton you need to reinstall it, how many lives do you get.

  interzone55 12:33 11 Nov 08

"often to fix a problem in norton you need to reinstall it, how many lives do you get."

How many lives would you need before you get the hint to remove the bloatware and install a decent package?

  sunnystaines 13:12 11 Nov 08

its not as bloated as it used to be, but you either like it or you do not. I moved away from norton at one stage tried avg,avast,zonealarm had problems with ZA & AVG and prefered norton to avast so went back, but its not without the occasional problem.

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