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.bin file missing

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My avg says i am not protected and the update manager says there is a .bin file mising i do not know what this is. I have clicked on the update manager to try and update it but it keps saying it has failed.

Please help

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You can find the file from administrator fplder from c drive. or search for .bin. .Again problem exisisiting re install the os.

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does it tell you exactually what file is missing if you have the name write it out in full and I will see what file you need to get that in there and working for you.

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