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Cannot download AGV8.0

The operating system I'm using is Vista. I have 40 percent free space on my C: drive. I cannot uninstall AVG7. I get an errr tt states spotting at checpoint 7 (wait hint 3100ms) in 83304ms. I haveno dea what this means.

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First of all stop the avg controls it is running in ur system...
press control+alt+del & go to processes & find the avg is running thn right click & select end process...tc

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