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subscribed norton internet security 2009?

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hey there anyone?
i was running norton internet security 2009.
i have the original cd that i purchased so when my norton antivirus was about to be expired in 75 days, i decided to reinstall everything in order to subscribed the cd again. i reinstall the hard drive i reinstall the bios and i reinstall windows xp pro again and when i reinstall norton anti virus again i still got "you have 75 days subscription remaining"
my question is?
how can i subscribed norton internet security again without buying subscription from symantec?
i want to be able to get the updates for 365 days more?
how can norton still be in the system?
do i need to reinstall or replace any hardware part?

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The subscription data is stored Norton's end. You can wipe the computer until the cows come home and it'll still tell you you have 75 days left.
You'll only get a new 365 day licence if you buy a new one.
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how can i subscribed norton internet security again without buying subscription from symantec?

Understand that you are asking us to help you steal a software license! Not cool, and totally against the rules you agreed to when joining.

If you don't want to pay for your software, I recommend you choose from the many free alternatives available.
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