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I have been trying ti install AVG 8.0 to my Vista run computer and I GET THIS ERROR MESSAGE :
Local machine: installation failed
Installation:
Error: Action failed for file avgmfx86.sys: starting service....
Error 0x80070002
Warning: Preparation to unload of the service avg8wd failed.
@AvgErrorCode_0x0127
Rollback:
Error: Action failed for file avgmfx86.sys: starting service....
Error 0x80070002 How can I fix this Thanks DBarcus@aol.com

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  • Anonymous Oct 06, 2008

    attempting to instal AVG8.0 but whatever i type in i'm told no match can be found for it

  • Anonymous Feb 25, 2009

    same exact problem

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Hi,
HP Pavilion DV6000 Notebook main problem's are Power Problem, Vista Error etc..
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Yes absolutely ,you have to un-install previously installed avg

and then try to install new copy still you face the same probs ...then it might be avg 8 is not compatible with vista

still not successful

try
avast antivirus which is similar to AVG8

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If you have existing malware or virus threats on your machine that will stop AVG installing correctly.
If you are installing AVG with Vista there is a KB file that must be installed before you can install AVG, AVG will warn you and supply you with a download link to get the Microsoft KB file.

Download and run Malwarebytes before atempting the AVG install.
You can download Malwarebytes here for free:
www.malwarebytes.org

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This is simply a bad download. You will need to start by completely removing the failed install, otherwise you're going to run into it all over again. Now, did you save the down load or just run it straight from the net? If it was a straight run, you may have encountered a slight internet glitch during the run. What you want to do is save the download to the desktop, then right click on it and run as administrator. It should install properly this way. Another thing is make sure that you don't have any other Antivirus, spyware, or adware programs on the machine. If you do, you will need to remove them, AVG covers them all. The reason you want to remove them is because they perceives the AVG as a threat, especially other Antivirus programs, not a harmful threat, but a competitor threat, and will stop the download or install. Antivirus companies, especially Norton, doesn't like to lose their customers, so they throw in these little blocking programs, in hopes that it will detour you from going to another.

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