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The anti-virus popups are a virus, If you have an anti-virus loaded on your PC then you need to either update it or call the customer support for the anti-virus and have them help you get all the adware and malware off your system. If you have a free anti-virus, then you need to remove it and load something better, like maybe windows defender or Microsoft security essentials, which are free full version antivirus programs, then load MBAM (malwarebytes.org) and run a full scan on your system. Sometimes if the popups are bad enough, it would just be better to do a new re-install of the whole system and start from scratch.
It seems you have a virus. This is most likely caused by an infected applications. It is best that you download an anti-virus application from the Market.
1. Navigate to Market through you applications menu.
2. Search for "antivirus" in the Market app (i recommend "AVG Antivirus") and download/install it.
3. Launch the anti-virus application and run a "Scan" or "Check" for viruses.
I expect that you have a virus. Follow the anti-virus application's instructions to remove/destroy the virus and/or application causing the problem.
Your pc is infected. Go to - http://www.avast.com/ - (antivirus) and - http://www.safer-networking.org/en/download/index.html - (antispyware) and Download (as in Save, not Run) the installers. Disconnect your pc from the internet (unplug the lan cable, shutdown the wireless or unplug the modem), close all your present (and clearly useless) security software and uninstall them, launch the installers that you downloaded (Avast first - during install you will be offered the option to perform a boot scan - take it) and follow the instructions. Once the installs are over connect your pc to the internet and reboot once more. You will have to manually update Spybot (the link is on its main windows) before launching a full scan..
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.
Looking around the internet it looks like the file is a virus, thus causing the issues you are experiencing. Download a good virus/spyware protection program like spysweeper to clean it and keep it from happening again.