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Hello  I'm trying to install Norton on a new laptop and this is the response I keep getting.  

We're sorry, we are unable to complete your request at this time.
Please try again later.

Please advise.

 

Thanks.

 

Nancy

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Now it is saying I need a pin.  It never gave one.

 

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All set.  Site I guess was went down but I  was able to download software.  I did get a code.  Thanks.  

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Hi Nancy, glad you got it sorted- the link was having troubles yesterday and for later use, after installing NSS initally, you'll find you PIN as follows:

 

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


In Windows 10/8/7/Vista: C:\Users\Users Name\My Documents\Symantec\Norton Security_PIN.txt
In Windows XP: C:\Documents and Settings\\My Documents\Symantec\Norton Security_PIN.txt

 

 

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