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I was downloading anti virus 8 and I was told to contact you .They said---LOCAL MACHINE INSTALLATION FAILED ERROR- ACTIONFAILED FOR FILE AVGSSIEDLL FILE REGISTRATION ERROR O x 80070020. Thanks. Reply wilf83@dodo.com.au Wilfred Redman. Please reply soon.

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Make sure all other anti-virus programs r uninstalled also u may have to install virus program and reinstall it as a new program. try installing in safe mode

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Helo Ifecox,

It seems that your phone memory card contains the virus.

So scan your memory card using the anti virus installed in your machine.

You can scan you memory card for antivirus using the Avira anti virus.

Please download the anti virus from :

http://www.avira.com/en/free-download-avira-antivir-personal?

Download the .exe file from the link.

Install the software in your computer.

Remove the memory card from the phone and connect in your machine using the memory card reader and scan the card for viruses or malwares.

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This means the the download was not fine. You must fiirst install from Control Panel->Add remove programs.
Then run the AVG initial downloaded program and redownload the main installation file and install it.

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Failed to calculate hash for 'c:\Program


Basically the McAfee self-test has failed - you either have a corrupted file or are infected by some form of malware or virus.

1) Download Avast!
2) Download Adaware
3) Download HiJackThis
If you do not have them
4) Disconnect from the Internet
5) Install all programmes in this order HiJackThis, Adaware, Avast! and Run each immediately after they have been installed
6) If you wish to continue running McAfee then uninstall it
7) Reboot computer
8) Install McAfee
9) As you should not have two Anti-Virus Programmes running uninstall Avast! - Although I believe Avast! to be a better product
10) Reboot Computer
11) Reconnect to Internet

That should be you go to go

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