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How to edit configuration .ini file to stop avg turning firewall off

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  • robbie223 Mar 22, 2011

    error showing when trying to install AVG AVGIDAGENT could not be stopped. Verify that you have sufficient privileges to stop system services 0xc0070781 msi action failed

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If your avg is AVG Anti-Virus plus Firewall Edition, then you should not be running Windows Firewall as running two firewalls can cause conflicts and for sure adds an unnecessary extra load on your PC. This also applies for trying to run two anti-virus products together. Besides the extra load, the conflict can bring the PC to a crawl.

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Completely remove avg


hi, first stop AVG, go into the configuration and untick the self protection.
Download from the Net the removal tool: http://www.avg.com/de-de/utilities and let it run. This should complely remove AVG from your computer

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There are two folder namely desktop.ini, desktop.ini automatically appeared in the desktop. I scan my computer using Microsoft security Analysis but these folders are not moved or deleted from the desktop....


This must be a worm that replicates files/folders. As we all know, desktop.ini is not a folder, it's a system file which can be opened with Notepad.

What antivirus were you using to scan your computer? This worm/s can be easily detected and deleted/repaired by avg free (click here to download avg free). [open the link and click green "Download" button]

Download and install the Avg Free. Run a full system scan and check the result. That will fix the issue related to your desktop.ini folder etc..etc..

If you need further help, let me know.

Good luck.

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I just bought a HP CQ60-420SA Laptop.Each time


hi,

It is referring to the windows firewall and not about the AVG firewall. You can configure the windows firewall from control panel

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Oct 30, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition

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What is *.ini files ? how can i create it ? what is the use of it ?


.INI files are plain-text files that contain configuration information. These files are used by Windows and Windows-based applications to save information about your preferences and operating environment. "INI" stands for initialization.
Format of .INI Files.INI files contain one or more sections. Each section begins with a section name, which is followed by zero or more entries. An entry associates a keyname with a value. The general format is:

[section]
keyname=value

Comments can also be included in the file by prefacing the comment with a semicolon (;).

Windows and Windows for Workgroups use several standard .INI files for storing configuration information. These files are WIN.INI, SYSTEM.INI, PROTOCOL.INI, PROGMAN.INI, CONTROL.INI, WINFILE.INI, MSMAIL.INI, SHARED.INI, and SCHDPLUS.INI. Windows-based programs may also add sections and entries to WIN.INI, and they may add .INI files in the Windows directory.

Editing .INI FilesBecause .INI files use only plain text, they can be edited using any text editor or word processor. .INI Master also has a built-in text editor for making corrections in the .INI files you are diagnosing.

To create a custom Setup.ini file:
  1. Start the Setup INI Customization Wizard.
  2. Type the path to your Office XP administrative installation point, and then click Next. The wizard searches the specified network share for a Setup.ini file.
  3. From the administrative installation point, select an INI file on which to base your custom INI file. Or, click Browse to go to a different location and select a file. Click Next.
  4. Under Logging, select a logging mode, and then type a name for the log file or template. Click Default to use the logging mode that is specified in the INI file. Click Verbose to use all logging options. Note that verbose logging creates very large log files.
  5. Under Display, select a default display setting, and then click Next. The wizard searches the administrative installation point for additional packages (MSI files) that you can chain to the Office installation.
  6. Select the check boxes next to the packages that you want to include in your custom INI file, add packages or programs (EXE files) that are stored in another location, and then click Next.
  7. Use the arrow keys to determine the order in which you want Setup.exe to install the chained packages. The System Files Update package is always installed first (if required), followed by the Office XP package. You can change the order in which subsequent chained packages are installed.
  8. Select each package, specify the options that you want for that package, and then click Next. For each package, you can specify an MST file and a unique display setting, as well as additional property values.
  9. To add additional property-value pairs to your custom INI file, select a package, click Advanced Properties, type the properties and values that you want, and then click Next. The wizard displays a summary of the changes to save in the custom INI file.
  10. Click Save As, and then type a name and path for your INI file. The wizard supplies a sample Setup command line that specifies your custom INI file with the /settings option.
  11. Click Finish to quit the wizard.

May 12, 2009 | Microsoft Windows XP Professional

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Outlook unable to send/receive emails


Sounds as if AVG is not configured properly for your email service. Some free anti-virus applications are a bit fickled. If your internet service provider is Comcast you can use McAfee for free. You need to do a complete, clean uninstall of AVG, see if they have a Removal Tool on their site. In addition check to make sure Windows Firewall or whatever firewall application you are using, is configured properly to allow Port 110 Incoming, and Port 25 Outgoing are configured to allow.

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Action failed for file avgtdix.sys: starting service....


There is a known issue between AVG 8 and Anniversary Edition of Ad-Aware which gives exactly this error, so if you perhaps just got that ad-aware, uninstall it too before trying to reinstall AVG.

Then run the uninstall/cleanup util for Avast because the Windows Add/Remove isn't good for uninstalling antivirus programs. Then try reinstalling it again. If you downloaded the installation package, then it provides the uninstall option. Disable Ad-Aware's Adwatch first! Run the AVG installer. Choose the uninstall option and follow the wizard. When you get to the part to remove user settings, select it. Restart your computer then... Now reinstall AVG using the setup file you got and update it.
Restart Windows twice before you re-enable anything disabled earlier.

Should this not work and you get the same error, that means the original errornous installation is still not out of your system. Download the AVG remover from here:
http://www.avg.com/download-tools
Remove your AVG and reboot to make sure it is not there any more, and try installing again.

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Action failed for file avgwdsvc.exe: starting service... Error 0x800736b1


Error 0x800736b1 AVG - resolved by START-RUN-services.msc - WINDOWS INSTALLER -make it automatic and start it.

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Desktop.ini problem


there is no problem frm that file
it's nor virus no anti-virus will not delete it
u can remove it frm un-locker
download it from www.filehippo.com
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May 22, 2008 | Microsoft Windows Vista Ultimate Edition

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