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    Question norton antivirus2002 help

    I seem to be haveing a little problem with my nortons antivirus.
    norton wants me to renew my subscription just to keep my updates current. but I know there is a way of renewing my registery without having to send a check to norton. So I would be so glad to hear from you about any Ideas on how to get the updates without giving these software companys my life savings. thank you.







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    All updates are free on their website, provided you have to install them manually. I think that's about what you are paying for is to use the auto update feature (which use to be free )
    http://symantec.com

    Anti-virus updates, patches, etc. About the only thing you won't get for free is new version upgrades. e.g. You can't upgrade from Norton Antivirus 3.0 to NA 2001 with a patch. You have to either buy the copy or find one on a warez site.
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    Lightbulb The 'free' way to get your updates

    If you want to get another 400 days of free updates the easiest way is to uninstall your version, then download the latest trial for the symnatec website. Cracking it is as simple as replaced nuser32.dll, which is easily obtained at astalvista.box.sk.

    I haven't tried it - but im pretty sure that if you just got the nuser32.dll from asta and replaced yours - you may get another 400 days of updates?
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    If your felling up to it....

    If you are able to install it from a disk just uninstall it and set your clock back about 18 years or so and re-install it. This accidentally happened to me when I re-loaded my machine and all my programs before I checked my date and time. Norton didn't pick up on the change either when I sent them to the right date and time. Worth a shot anyway.
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    the good old date trick

    hhhahah...has to be the oldest trick in the book

    you would still get the annoying msg though......8234 days left of trial......thats the reason i got the crack for it
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    No....

    Not the trial version I was using. I'm talking about the full version. You get free updates for a year, set the date backawhile and get 'em till you download or buy the new version.
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    my apologies

    i get you.....ill have to give it a try...i think the new version would have protection against that though...
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    You can get NortonAnti-Virus 2001 demo their is a crack out you will have it for ever and updates
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