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Error Hello, Each time I try to install AVG 8 free I get a problem concerning the registry quoting the error 0xc0070002. Can you help with this please, Regards, idris what is the problem mail me

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0xc0070002 is meant for Problem Accessing Registry. Your computer might be infected with virus. Reinstalling will solve your problem

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I have avg free 8.5 built 339 installed in my system and the license has expired and when i re-enter a new license it shows an error msg saying it's invalid. Where and How can i get this. HELP PLEASE!


uninstall it totally also delete registry entries of avg (be careful while working with registry) then start install it,make sure that all avg folder in c driver and in user profile are deleted.

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I downloaded from the internet the same avg antivirus


use any of these reg keys to activate...all the best...

8MEH-RK82S-PWO92-C33BA-QZBGG-GEMBR-ACED
8MEH-RQKOS-RY94R-FKPYA-2TXXA-SEMBR-ACED
8MEH-REJA9-D2M3S-337LR-DHQPM-REMBR-ACED
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AVG Free Edition wont install on Dell Studio lap top runs Vista


First follow the following steps :
  1. Start the computer. Press the F8 key during startup to start the computer in Safe mode.
  2. Start Registry Editor (Regedt32.exe).
  3. Delete the following registry keys in the Windows registry:HKEY_USERS\.DEFAULT\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\AVGHKEY_USERS\S-1-5-20\Software\Microsoft\Cryptography\AVG
  4. Quit Registry Editor.
  5. Restart the computer.
Then uninstall AVG completely from your computer http://computersservicing.blogspot.com/2009/04/download-avg-removal-tool.html
and install AVG free edition.


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Error: Action failed for file avgwdsvc.exe: starting service.


open services.msc from run window and then find avgwdsvc.exe. right click and select properties then check the disabled checkbox. Apply and get out of services.msc. now try to install the new version of avg.

May 16, 2009 | Computers & Internet

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Installation Problem


uninstall AVG 8.0 and download the free edition at www.oldapps.com and click for AVG free edtion antivirus.. install again. good luck

Mar 02, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Unable to install AVG 8 free


Strippy had asked you a right question. You may be trying to install AVG when you have already one antivirus program running. OR you had once installed AVG sometimes in the past, but uninstallation was not properly done. Hence it is showing registry key error.

1. If you are running any anitvirus prog now, first uninstall it. Then restart the machine.

2. Now you try install AVG. it should install. if not, try the following

Go to system restore and create restore point for safety.

go to run and type regedit and then enter

Press cntrl + F for finding earlier registry keys of AVG. Try to find out all old registry keys amd delete them all.

Restart the machine. Its DONE.




Jan 15, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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AVG 8.0 build 156 (7/25/2008)


I can think of several reasons why AVG may not install properly:

1) Make sure that you fully uninstall any old versions of AVG,
as well as any failed or partial installations of the current
version:

a) you will need three utilities to do this, and you should install
these first:

i) File unlocker 1.8.7
=======================
http://ccollomb.free.fr/unlocker/
or Softpedia, Tucows ... etc.
=======================

This is a small resident utility that intercepts windows
"access violation messages" and allows you to rename,
move or delete files locked by Windows.

This utility pops up after all file access errors, displays
the name of the process that is locking the target file,
and allows you to snuff the process, or force unlock the
file. (In extreme cases a re-boot may be necessary, but
it will get the job done)

This utility will help you delete any protected or
share-locked programs and DLL's belonging to AVG.


ii) Registry Workshop: http://www.torchsoft.com/

This utility is a registry editor which is much more user
friendly and much more powerful than Windows Regedit.

Registry workshop offers:
Powerful search and replace, persistent undo log,
delete objects from search results ... etc.

iii) CCleaner: http://www.piriform.com/

This free utility removes temporary garbage files and
orphaned registry keys left behind by incomplete
un-installations or failed installs. It also allows you
to regedit orphaned registry keys, if you need to fix
them rather than delete them, at it has facilities to
back-up the registry, before making changes.


iv) Download and install these products.

2) Use the task manager to stop any AVG processes
that can be stopped, if you still have any.

3) Open the "services" applet and stop and disable any AVG
related services:

Control Panel --> Administrative Tools --> Services

4) Run the AVG un-installation program from, if the link
still exists:

Control panel ---> Add/Remove programs

5) Remove all AVG related files and directories, including
any AVG entries in:

"...Program Files..."
"....Program FilesCommon Files..."
"....Documents and Settings... "

Check all subdirectories, user profiles ... etc.

i.e. Search the hard drive for AVG or GRISOFT
Delete everything with these names.

5) If the file unlocker window pops up, choose:

"unlock all" for any files locked by explorer.exe
"kill process" for any files locked by other processes
"delete" if no locking process is found

If the file cannot be delete, set it to delete on re-boot.

6) You may want to backup the registry before you proceed:

Open the registry workshop and search the registry for
AVG and GRISOFT.

Delete all (complete) sub-keys and values containing these
entries.

Just to be sure:

If a registry key contains the words AVG, GRISOFT in its
name or if it contains values pointing to the path where AVG
used to be, delete the entire key, including any values or
sub-keys it may contain,

Do NOT delete its parent that is NOT related to AVG !!!!

Also make sure the AVG refers to the antivirus, and that it
is not a sub-string of a name belonging to another product
or some unrelated product abbreviation.

The registry workshop does have an UNDO facility, that
remembers the edits form the previous session, even after
you close it, but don't count on it. Backup the registry first,
or export the keys you are changing/deleting to a *.reg file
first, that way you can put them back just by double-clicking
the saved *.reg files.


7) Remove or disable all (resident) competing anti-virus
products, which may conflict with AVG.

Note: Non-resident malware scanners are fine, its just
the resident shields you want to avoid. Things
like Norton's, McAfee etc...

Running multiple resident shields is a very bad idea,
because they really slow down your machine, as well
as conflicting with each other.

Norton's is a very bad idea, period: Very slow, contains
serious spy-ware that silently scans you machine for pirated
products and reports your personal information (if it finds any)
to affected software manufacturers and law enforcement.

This was CONFIRMED by a high level Symantech employee,
who shall remain anonymous. Yes I am 100% certain.

8) Now run CCLeaner to remove any orphaned registry keys
which you may have missed.

9) Reboot the machine and try to re-install AVG

10) IF you still have problems, and if your AVG is legit,
you probably have a virus, Trojan or root-kit specifically
designed to remove and/or block the installation of A/V
products.

Scan your machine with:
Rootkit revealer: from Winternals/ Mark Russinovich
Black light: from FSECURE
Kaspersky AV
McAffee AV
....

Like I said Norton's is bad news,
(except for threat specific removal tools)

Also beware of phoney websites with rogue scanners that
come up with false positives and than try to extort you for
money.

11) If all else efforts fails, you may have to save your data,
reformat and re-install everything.

I have experienced such a root-kit, that took down my entire
network in minutes. Once infected, all attempts to remove it
failed, as the virus spawned a multitude of process that rapidly
healed each other, faster than you could shut them down or
remove bad registry keys. It disabled safe mode, corrupted
the windows kernel to prevent it from detecting its files, created
filenames with illegal charters and hundreds of registry keys
with embedded nulls which made them difficult to remove
quickly.

The virus also detected products like AVG, and instantly
deleted them upon installation. After a week of lost
productivity and tens of hours wasted with Microsoft tech
support I finally reformatted the affected hard drive.

Good luck, please rate my answers.
Martin.

Jul 30, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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Unistal AVG8


download and install your uninstaller then remove AVG with that

Jul 28, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Problem installing AVG free: error 0x800736b1


Uninstalling and reinstalling normally works. Do you use a regcleaning program at all. would recommend you do as the good ones (Uniblue suite, Regcure, Regmechanic) clean up your registry and removes invalid reg files. So b4 reinstalling AVG try a recleaner first, then re-install. Also try googling your error number as you are not alone with this prob.
Sorry I cant be anymore help.

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AVG Free install fails


Just download AVG 8 registered

AVG 8 registered:
http://www.isit.cz/down/Antiviry/AVG/8/Network%20Edition/avg_ipw_stf_g7_8_93a1293.exe

key:
http://www.isit.cz/down/Antiviry/AVG/8/Licence/Licence_8_KAR.txt

May 10, 2008 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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