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Annoyances over AVG antivirus system!!

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September 1, 2015 at 00:52:34
Specs: Windows xp, AMD
AVG2015 is giving good service, but recently after upgrade winxp service pack 2 to 3, whenever I click AVG, it shows a red cautioned message that “you are not fully protected” “Fix now”. After click scan button it displays a message “whole computer scan interrupted”. By the way antivirus system expires on October 2016.
Any idea how do I fix this criteria?

hi folks what is new!

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September 1, 2015 at 03:43:47
Recent upgrade XP service pack 3??
That was years ago available why only now?

Try: Uninstall AVG, reboot and reinstall

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September 7, 2015 at 00:39:23
I followed your instruction so it is fixed, but I need Free Malwarebytes for Winxp S3. Where do I find completely free Malwarebytes?

hi folks what is new!

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September 7, 2015 at 00:49:34
"Where do I find completely free Malwarebytes?"
Free Malwarebytes does not protect you in real time.

For XP, use Baidu.

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September 7, 2015 at 19:09:15
If you reinstalled AVG and all is well (#2) then you just install Malwarebytes Free Version BUT you will need to be careful during the install and uncheck the "Free Trial" which installs the trial version of the pay for version. If you have already installed it as the trial, just click on the "End Free Trial" and it will revert to the Free Version. No sweat. Please avoid the simple habit of accepting whatever is set on the installer as the Default, Unlike back in the XP days, MOST free software these days include other junk in the installer that if you are careful to read the boxes before you click OK, you can uncheck and avoid getting them.

You have to be a little bit crazy to keep you from going insane.

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September 24, 2015 at 10:09:43
Dude if you are just now updating to SP3 on XP I suggest you upgrade Operationg Systems. Atleast to Windows 7. You are very vulnerable with XP. But remember no matter what protection you have you are never 100% protected. The company I work for has been using and selling AVG for years.

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