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I've tried the following antiviruses

Like avast,kaspersky,quickheal even firewalls like comodo..they are not supported on my system.As soon as one of them is installed,, system goes to hang condition,,then if i try to restart it doesnot..when the antivirus is removed,,system works..i can't find a solution..plz help..

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  • jahnuborah Feb 21, 2009

    1)2 gb

    2)xp

    3)amd athlon 64x

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Posted on Feb 19, 2009

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SOURCE: i've tried the following antivirus

Hi there,

What OS do you use, Windows XP, Linux? Let me know and ill help

Posted on Feb 24, 2009

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Sounds like malware
Try running Malwarebytes free version from a usb
drive if possible. Once you download it onto the
drive rename it from MBAM.exe to winlogon.exe (a
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http://www.malwarebytes.org/
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Hi shyjuu, please open the link below at Quick Heal & follow their instructions to uninstall the antivirus software. Click on this link: http://www.quickheal.co.in/installation-uninstallation.asp

Once the software program has been removed restart your system. Than go to this next link & download & install RegCure for free.
http://www.pctuneuptips.com/recommends/clean/?gclid=CL2RiIrTmpICFSFMGgodODIPzg
This is a free download & will remove any & all none needed registry keys within you windows registry.
When finished, restart your system. Next download & install AVG version 8.0 free antivirus software to help keep your system safe: http://free.avg.com/download?prd=afe
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The antivirus of choice in my opinion is AVAST HOME FREE, not the AVG that so many people are tricked into downloading because it is advertised so heavily. I've been using Avast for over 4 years now with no complaints, but as with all antivirus products I have tried, malware will sneak around it. And so the need for a the Malware scanners above as once the Malware scanners engage and starting doing what they do so well, a good antivirus will jump right up and join in the fight against the malware/virus. It's a beauty to watch all three programs going after an infection.
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Avast Home Free initial download give you 60 days of free updates, but a FREE registration gives you the next year and can be re-registered each year for free. Like I said, been doing for 4 years plus now. Website will explain registration process, simple as pie and you will love that fact that you did. I don't work for Avast, I just appreciate good software.
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