Have switched that desktop off and now on a laptop. This is a big mistake. most people, especially those advocates for antiviruses call me stupid or arrogant and that my system is completely infected and i'm not even aware of it.. The reason that the scan tells you "let it do it's thing and after it's finished it always says no updates are available. " is because you also said you have weblink
I haven't used AntiVir so I can't compare it but looking at what AVG gives me, I can't possibly see how any other anti-virus app can top it. I then decided maybe the full version would provide better protection. Please temporarily disable such programs or permit them to allow the changes.Hope it will detect the malware & remove it from your system. There is no number to call to get help.
zOMG your computer is now AT RISK!! I replied back saturday from a friends machine and connection, but apparently I goofed it up since it didn't post. We'll see how it goes.Meanwhile, anyone have any clues what virus this actually is??
Posted by: caktus Date: June 05, 2008 08:29AM Haddie, folks. CONTRIBUTE TO OUR LEGAL DEFENSE All unused funds will be donated to the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF). Back to top #8 keviv keviv Topic Starter Members 9 posts OFFLINE Local time:04:32 PM Posted 07 December 2008 - 01:36 PM hey guys,thanks so much for the replies. He explains a lot of things in there which might be of use to you.
I have been sending countless emails to AVG tech support which are simply ignored. To do this, restart your computer and after hearing your computer beep once during startup (but before the Windows icon appears) press the F8 key repeatedly. Back to top #11 Sherlock52 Sherlock52 Members 7 posts OFFLINE Location:United States Local time:04:32 PM Posted 07 December 2008 - 02:49 PM You are welcome... https://forums.techguy.org/threads/avg-7-5-found-trojan-but-cant-find-it-since-7-5-is-outdated.795507/ May take a multi-step procedure. 1) Boot to a safe non-windows os or into System Rescue Mode 2) Replace the system file 3) Boot back to Windows WrapUp: Get Windows 7
Grisoft AVG Antivirus 7.5 on Windows XP False Positive that HURTS | Computer Tips - Tech Info and Internet Security, Windows, Linux, Mac and other Tech Info from Avery J. I have no idea how that would have gotten on my computer and when I searched the whole thing I couldn't find anything called Roxio. It rarely finds false positives in my system. that's like opening your notepad, you won't even know it's there.
by default trust-no-exe allows common known paths like your program files folder on the c partition etc, if you have other partitions where you have programs, you can always add them First noticed it yesterday, when all of a sudden my computer randomly shut down and restarted. I am warning all my friends about this. or read our Welcome Guide to learn how to use this site.
It worked for one week and now won't update. It quarantines and zaps suspicious attachments, especially if it has a file type “exe”. Regarding the speed issue I have to check it out and give my view or a review. It deleted not just one .dll but very many and made my system un-bootable.
AVG could not clean the virus. It caught all the crap my sister stuck on what is now my computer and removed it. (Except removing Purityscan, but that required the help of those online tech people. Only a clean format will. Go back into Java 2 Runtime Environment is gone, I will do as you suggested concerning Microsoft Updates.
I got so disgusted with it, I uninstalled and reinstalled the older version. 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 It hasn't made it to the AVG homepage or their own press releases-section yet, but I'm sure it will be there soon. Yuck!
What do I do?