Solved uninstalling AVG 2015.0.60 - HELP mfc110u.dll is missing

September 10, 2015 at 11:03:41
Specs: Windows 7, AMD A8-5500 APU
uninstalling AVG 2015.0.60 - HELP mfc110u.dll is missing! Used AVG since 2012, and since 2015 the free version that seemed ok also their pc Tune UP program first paid for and then a later trial of 30 days or so. This trial has now recently ended. however when trying to clear this away and just revert to the free AVG Virus plus whatever was included. before considering another different paid for virus defender etc comparing Avg .But the free trial popup had a life of its own and would not allow me to just revert to my free AVG. So I believed my only option was to uninstall it using windows uninstalleras i did not know how to access AVG uninstaller.
Going down the list alphabetically to remove everything AVG and start again.There were two AVG Visual Studio programmes and I may have clicked on an adjacent Windows Live essentials Program.AVG uninstaller does not work - Avgui - System Error mfc110u.dll is missing!!!


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September 12, 2015 at 17:05:25
How to determine whether a computer is running a 32-bit version or 64-bit version of the Windows operating system
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=...


#1
September 10, 2015 at 13:04:28
"AVG uninstaller does not work"
Is this where you got it from?
AVG Download Center
http://www.avg.com/au-en/utilities

If so, try this.
Wise Program Uninstaller
http://www.softpedia.com/get/Tweak/...
http://www.freewarefiles.com/Wise-P...
http://www.freewarefiles.com/screen...
http://wisecleaner.com/wiseuninstal...

I use the MS AV myself.


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September 10, 2015 at 14:33:14
Thank you JohnW I shall study what you have written tomorrow - As above I have used AVG for several years and have only just recently thrown away the disks. It has been updated ever since. I don't doubt now what I want went as well. Those were the days when I could telephone direct to AVG in Manila in the Philippines to get any problem solved even all the phone numbers are no longer in use, and I have only just deleted them an hour ago. "Hello AVG Minila Can you help me. QSA IMI"

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#3
September 10, 2015 at 15:20:48
Wow, long time since I saw QSA IMI (about 1956 in Singapore to be precise).

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#4
September 11, 2015 at 06:39:21
Hi Derek Last time I saw this for real was attached to a signals Regiment in Cyprus 1961 during UK National Service. I thought it expressed my feeling of talking to the ether for a response. AR.

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#5
September 11, 2015 at 10:26:20
Yeah, mine was UK National Service too. Happy days (?).

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#6
September 12, 2015 at 14:31:30
Hi Johnw and Derek, also Rolandjs,
I have been trying to understand just what I did wrong, because as my initial question I referred to deleting two AVG technologies programs and I seem to recall that I saw(x86) somewhere as I did it. RolandJs earlier comment mentioned Program (x86)directories, So I had a look in my windows/SysWOW64 folder and windows/System32/ folder and just to check also windows/system folder which was empty, using simply the start button and clicking on computer/BootC:/windows/etc
I thought I had the mfc110u.dll file in theSystem32folder but it was mfc100u.dll, anyway I doubt it it would have been usefull because both folders had a pair of common named files mfc42.dll & 42u.dll files installed on the same day 11/03/2011 and only an hour exactly apart with a different size total of KB's so even if my wanted file had been listed in System32 and as I presumably need it in SysWOW64 it would have been no use. I believe My computer is set up for 64bit, I don't know how to tell?

My next thought before I start as Johnw suggests, Would a Restore point to before I started to remove the two AVG programs (x86)? still retain these programs because They are still in the computer until overwritten. Would this get me back to before I believe I deleted the file that is missing.

This could be followed by trying to use any AVG deleting program I have deleted.

Should this fail would an application to AVG either to accept a paid for protection or to use their free protection come with the required mfc110.dll file. so that in due course they may be deleted under AVG control.
Billpool


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#7
September 12, 2015 at 16:35:40
A 64 bit machine will normally have both a "Program Files" and a "Program Files (x86)" folder. The x86 one is for 32 bit programs. A 32 bit machine will only have "Program Files".

System Restore does not work on traces that are invisible to Windows. This requires special programs and the results can be variable if you have been using the computer since. System Restore contains only what was accessible and visible at the time the restore point was made.

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September 12, 2015 at 17:05:25
✔ Best Answer
How to determine whether a computer is running a 32-bit version or 64-bit version of the Windows operating system
http://support.microsoft.com/?kbid=...

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#9
September 13, 2015 at 14:32:34
Hi Derek and Johnw, I The problem has been solved - AVG has gone completely - It has been a long process and I have been on a learning curve. So to help any one else who gets the message about a mfc110u.dll file or similar missing. they may consider this.
Before in my ignorance I started deleting all and sundry, I tried using windows restore point and looking at the list which I extended to a week

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#10
September 13, 2015 at 14:43:54
Glad to hear it's sorted and thanks for popping back to let us know.

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#11
September 13, 2015 at 15:50:09
Doing this worked well as I had not used my computer except on this websiteand checking My SysWOW64file were 4 additional files that I could see all mfc110.dll, mfc110u.dll, mfcm110.dll & mfcm110u.dll all dated 06/11/2012 timed at 01:20 also 4No. similar files had also been added to system32 folder all dated 07/11/2012 timed at 22:26
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I was back where I started with the AVG popup window "You have lost your Protection" etc.
Eventually clicked on "Support" This gave the message Uninstall can be done via Windows control panel or using an automated removal tool
and gave https://Support.avg.com/SupportArti... AVGCAA
Now I had got back AVG apparently with the missing files as above and Official AVG technical support Request Form from the Support centre.
https://support.avg.com/support_con...
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Filled in the form and sent it requesting CHAT - after 10 minutes it was obvious That was never going to work.
Filled in the form again this time requesting I telephone them at +441163368542/01163368542
It is not a brilliant connection there must be radio links I was given a Ticket No This time to link with during my call.
I tried to explain over this bad telephone line the problem and was sent an email
from which I was given http://Support.avg.com/SupportArtic... This gave two options using windows uninstaller or using AVG TuneUp removal tool
This required me aggreeing to End User Software Licence Agreement (to Accept
This program failed because of a file rti20.bpi was missing (could be rt120.bpi)?
The screen had a pulsating section, but it was in a loop going nowhere.
Then a new window pops upTUWipeOutPlus2015.exe has stopped...(CLOSE Program)
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Started again Filled in the form again given a new Ticket No. and telephoned again
This time over the phone I was given www.AVG.Com/tools.
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This gave a very useful and informative page with warnings.
AVG Support Tools & Diagnostic Utilities choosing Installation as directed There was AVG Remover - Job Done.
It must be said the very helpful AVG Technician did offer to control my computer if this last attempt failed.
Again my thanks to Derek, JohnW & RolandJS for ideas. my difficult task is now to pick a best answer.
Bill Pool

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