I used to have a subscription through my internet provider xs4all.nl. Since I changed providers I bought Internet Security 2010, installed this on one of my machines and entered product key. This key was then apparently linked to the existing account, but I don't have any more the e-mail address belonging to it.
I then de-installed IS 2010 and ran the software removal tool. Installed IS 2010 again, but registration did not succeed. The product key still appeared to be linked to the xs4all account.
I made a new account, tried to link the product key to this account: no success.
I tried to change the e-mail address from xs4all to my current address: no success.
I did that again using an alias to my current e-mail address: no success.
My question is: what can be done now?
As I have two packages of a three licences IS 2010 to install on all of my six machines, I cannot proceed until I know how to solve this issue. The current subscriptions on all of the machines expires today!!
System: Windows XP (build 2600) SP 3
McAfee installed: SecurityCenter V: 9.15 - VirusScan V: 13.3 - Personal Firewall V: 10.3 - SiteAdvisor V: 2.9 - Anti-Spam V: 10.3 - EasyNetwork V: 3.15 - Backup and Restore - V: 3.15
Please contact our chat support using the below link, we can change the product into your valid e-mail account only by verifying the account records.Message was edited by: Ex_Brit on 11/26/09 7:18 AM
I completed a session and all is OK now. Thanks.
Aarrgghhh. There is no such language as Flemish. There is only Dutch.
Nonetheless: I could conduct the session in Dutch allright - no problem. And the issue was set right. Thank you too.
Message was edited by: Alex314 on 11/26/09 7:25 AMMessage was edited by: Alex314 on 11/26/09 7:27 AM
No no: in Belgium about half of the people speak French and the other half Dutch. A minority speaks German.
Well I guess someone should correct Wikipedia then. I'm from England and have been to the Netherlands many times so I'm fully aware that you speak Dutch. I was only trying to be correct, perhaps I was being old-fashioned.
Officially there is only a Dutch language (and a French language for that matter). But you are right that we commonly speak about the people in Flanders as speaking 'Flemish', as the text in Wikipedia says it is a variety of Dutch, not really a dialect I should say. The Wallonia people also speak a kind of French that differs from the 'official' French. I guess you have the same kind of differences all over England too!