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Norton System Works 2006

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Dan Young (dannyboy2005) First Officer

Hello,

I have downloaded Norton System Works 2006, i followed the instructions to install and it installed. I followed the instructions on how to do the serial, i typed in serial code and it said product was activated. I restarted my pc and a message came up saying it needs to be activated using a genuine serial. Is there any one out there who knows where to get a keygen or has a keygen?

many thanks!

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Greg West (BashDaBish) First Officer

Naughty 😉

Perhaps this should be for Off Topic? Although I must say this shouldn't be on Flyaway at all dannyboy.

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hinch Chief Captain

i finally got rid of norton after 3 years.

😀

this is the badger i have now:
http://www.nod32uk.com/solutions/home_office.php

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ARD-DC First Officer

hinch wrote:

i finally got rid of norton after 3 years.

😀

this is the badger i have now:
http://www.nod32uk.com/solutions/home_office.php

Compliments on the choice 👍
NOD32 really is a lot better than Norton, McAfee and the likes

Danny, I hope you didnt select to install NAV or NIS or you'll be in for a bit of trouble 😛

Surprisingly, the other modules of NSW seem to work (at least as far as I have witnessed) fairly OK.

Can't help you with cracks or serials, thats what webshops are for Tongue Twist

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RadarMan Chief Captain

Norton is junk.
It slows up your system and is difficult to get rid of.
Your better off with one of the free antivirus or Windows Live One Care.

Free.
http://www.grisoft.com/doc/1

http://www.download-avast.com/index.asp I have this on my laptop.

Pay.
http://www.windowsonecare.com/ Try the demo.
I bought it for my new machine (boxed).

Radar

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Dan Young (dannyboy2005) First Officer

Thanks all. I installed it with the serial. It worked for 3 days and then asked to be reactivated. I've now resorted backto my NSW2005 😛

Thanks All

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Michael_H First Officer

Norton is junk.
It slows up your system and is difficult to get rid of.
Your better off with one of the free antivirus or Windows Live One Care.

Absolutely right Radarman, I wouldn't put it on my worst enemy's computer.

Here's one more free one for your list. Notably much more effective than Avast, or AVG in all tests I've seen.

AntiVir

http://www.free-av.com/

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