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i need pin for norton to run norton bootable recovery tool

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I need pin for norton to run norton bootable recovery tool

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it maybe found here

  • In Windows 7 or Windows Vista: C:\Users\ your user name\Documents\Symantec\Norton Security_PIN.txt




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Just wanted to add the following in case you are running XP:

 

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

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Tried that but when i click "agree" it wont do anything

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I also have the Win7 version....BUT the pc I am trying to recover has XP with constant guard already in it

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Strife01104 wrote:

Tried that but when i click "agree" it wont do anything



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I also have the Win7 version....BUT the pc I am trying to recover has XP with constant guard already in it


You lost me with your last two posts.  Can you explain what you are experiencing?  Have you in fact created the NBRT per these instructions:

 

http://security.symantec.com/nbrt/nbrt.aspx

 

Ensure you use the download on the left "from ISP" which requires a PIN rather then the one on the right for commercial editions which requires a Product Key.

 

 

 

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