why can't I load my Norton internet security 2009 on to a computer with Windows 7 ?
I have Norton Loaded on my main computer with Windows XP,I wish to load the same on my laptot with Windows 7
You need version 2010.
Don't. Norton has become a horrible product, with worse support. Win 7 has it's own internet security built in. I and my professional colleagues have removed it every chance we get. Lose Norton. Try AVG and Malwarebytes together instead to bolster Win 7's built-in protection.
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