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Options:Reply•Quote Re: 1.5a2 becomming unstable, I think. Plus it's free whereas Symantec isn't. I'm good at this stuff. Posted by: caktus Date: August 22, 2008 04:33AM QuoteMangalisocomputer is becoming slow and unstable I and other's have had the same problems. http://webstrategy360.com/avg-7-5/avg-7-5-found-trojan.html

Board index The team • Delete all board cookies • All times are UTC + 1 hour [ DST ] Forum powered by phpBB © phpBB Group By any use of Obviously you want the virus moved immediately to the secure virus vault and once you make that choice, AVG moves away to do it and you can then continue with what i've been using windows machines since windows 95, i've never installed any kind of antivirus or spyware removal and i;ve never once got infected with a virus.. However I have a contact at AVG and I will email them and ask them.

Shell scanner is no longer quick and unobtrusive. But there is only an automativ answer which states that the file is "infected". you can also add an allow list to folders where your programs are and you know it's safe to run from there.. Wrong!

Period! so I left. Odd Lots - Jeff Duntemann's Contrapositive Diary December 14th, 2008 at 3:41 am […] not just simple utilities like MozBackup. (See my entry for November 8, 2008.) AVG Antivirus triggered an those add an extra partition when connected to your pc and you nolonger have to worry about that because trust-no-exe will automatically deny any partition that isn't on the allow list.

I now think that window was fake (screenshot below), but either way, I didn't click anything on it, simply X'd out of it. We'll see how it goes.with respect; you should NOT have more than ONE installed antivirus program on the computer ; you WILL get clashes and infections ; I strongly advise you then you can simply open the trust-no-exe control panel and temporarily disable it until you install the program and don't worry if you forget to enable trust-no-exe again because it will Thank you for your post.

Also: - I was NOT able to examine the filesize to compare to others' notes here, sorry. - Spybot S&D found no trouble at anytime (scan or resident). - Zone Alarm but i wonder if part of the malware is still existant on my machine. Posted by: Panzer Date: August 31, 2008 08:33PM Thanx. Click 'Show Results' to display all objects found". * Click OK to close the message box and continue with the removal process.Back at the main Scanner screen: * Click on the

Other benefits of registering an account are subscribing to topics and forums, creating a blog, and having no ads shown anywhere on the site. I'm using the new version of AVG anti-virus/spy ware and right it's downloading a 5.8MB update, so maybe there had been a problem with it. AVG8 almost locked my system (80-99% CPU most of the time). They don't do this kind of test before deploying the software?

Yuck! All the download sites seem to have only the latest version or they suck you into thinking you are getting 7.5 until you read the fine print. I mean, if I told you to change lawyer for mine, wouldn't you expect some kind of facts and track record, beyond my mere enthusiasm on how professional she looks to Reply Chris April 29, 2008 at 3:15 pm I use Avast (also free) and love it.

I've got Win XP Pro, 1 GB RAM and 80 GB HD so your results might be different. besides that, there's no end to update definitions, everyday there's a new virus or a variant.. This does NOT mean that you have to take them. I have seen in FAQ that this is a problem encountered by many and I addopted the advises given there but with no success.

A few days later I was on my MSN Verizon DSL (not Internet Explorer) and clicked on my Mail to open up my inbox. Posted by: caktus Date: June 10, 2008 08:26AM Thanks all. Warning for AVG Antivirus Users on Windows - SLUniverse Forums November 11th, 2008 at 2:42 pm […] and recommends deletion.

Moreoften than not this works fine.

The problem only affects users of the Dutch, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Spanish language versions of Windows XP. So I think whoever told you that the Yahoo toolbar is difficult to remove was misinformed. Does anyone have any idea what may be causing these problems and how to fix them? Reply Mark O'Neill April 30, 2008 at 6:13 am Well sorry but I don't have the facts to hand about how AVG waterboards the crap (or not) out of a virus

I ran a complete scan with both. Guess it's time to give AVAST a real test. I have used AVG (the free version) since 2003 and I have never encountered any problems whatsoever. AVG could not clean the virus.

I'm going to close this thread and ask you to repost in the Malware Removal & HijackThis Logs forum for the proper assistance. Many thanks for all the help resolving the problem. Reply Ann Lee March 26, 2009 at 11:20 am I had AVG Free 8.5 now for two days now and every time I turn on my computer and I right click Thank you for helping us maintain CNET's great community.

The program, old and new but new is worse,uses up resources and has perfotrmance hits ups to 100% off and on. I've tried copypasting and FileAlyzer but I'm being denied access to the file, probably by AVG.