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Antivirus softwares have on-access-scanner mechanisms in order to check a file when somebody or somesoftware tried to access them via system level drivers.
If you installed 2 different antivirus softwares at the same time, one of them tried to check any file an access event occures and the other one tries to check same file against viruses and fires another file access event and then the other av softwaretries again and so forth, this may cause lack of system resources and your system may be locked.
You should choose one of AV software and use only it, and uninstall the existing if you want to install another AV.
Now, you should open the computer with an external boot (with erd commander like live OS cd ) technique end delete the folder of one of the AV software to gain your PC back.
Posted on Aug 21, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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