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Norton PIN for use with Bootable Recovery Tool

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I have downloaded the Norton Bootable Recovery tool and have attempted to run it.  It says that if I obtained Norton from my ISP I can use the Bootable Recovery Tool as long as I have the PIN for it.  Unfortunately, I don't know what the PIN is.  Anyone know where I can find the PIN to enter when I attempt to use the Norton Bootable Recovery Tool?

 

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Your PIN number is stored in Norton Security_PIN.txt in the following location:

In Windows 7 or Windows Vista: C:\Users\username\Documents\Symantec\ Noprtopn Security_PIN.txt

In Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\\My Documents\Symantec\Norton Security_PIN.txt

 

I'm not sure where it is in Wndoews 8 - but I wold imagine in a similar locaton.

 

Let us know if this helps.

 

BTW, I am glad to see you got the correct Bootable Recovery Tool - for the ISP product.

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