Solved: Hijack This Install Problem With AVG On Vista
MB found 794 objects and all are selected when I press remove selected then it seems frozen as any graphics moved on top of the MB window "freezes" on the window. HJT attached Jan 23, 2008 #5 bennychains TS Rookie Topic Starter as of right now, i think its the bagel virus. Found this site and was sorted in no time! Many AVG update problems have been attributed to a corrupted Winsock/TCP-IP stack. check over here
Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? do you want trend micro to try resending the required files' This happens continually. 2 AVG antispyware installed but then after a system crash it had unitstalled itself. Can anybody translate these logs and suggest any possible resolutions. Thx. Edwin ― July 26, 2012 - 7:00 pm thank you a lot Nancy ― August 1, 2012 - 7:01 am I have got it all the way up navigate to these guys
Ave had it in the virus vault. Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? has now disapeared from desktop. 5.
Click to Organize and select Folder and Search options like a screen below.
Has anyone else had this problem or know how to fix it?
Click Start, then click Computer as shown below.
Both found stuff, and deleted them, but problem still exists.
I'm going to boot into my xp install again and run through a few more programs and see if as many trojans / viruses are still being found.
Previously had AVG 7.5 free with no trouble to update automatically regularly.
I noticed that a virus named Bagle came up, which may or may not be the primary problem.
I can't remember whether it was the first or the third one.
I re-activated my WiFi (which had been completely disabled) with the procedure below: