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Moving from old computer to new

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I want to move my anti-virus program (Norton) from my old computer (Windows 95)
to the new one with Windows 2000. I have the old installation disc (4.0) but the files
are newer and the software has been upgraded on the old computer.
Which is the best way to move it. I have an ethernet connection to cable. Can I use
that? Does Windows 2000 have an import utility. New pc is not here yet, but I am
getting prepared.
All other files are on floppies and ready to copy to the new.
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Welcome Donna <_<

Congratulations on your new computer!

You can simply use the floppies to install Norton onto your new system. When installation is completed, run Live Update to update the software and virus definitions via the Internet.
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