Should I uninstall/reinstall it or is that part OK? However, during that scan it noted known safe files that don't need to be scanned again, so a second scan took just 11 minutes. I also have a notebook which is on and off during the day. Join thousands of tech enthusiasts and participate.
Process named avgnt.exe is still running. So my question is: Do I really need it, since I'm in a lucky position to be able to run nod for resident protection and KAV on demand? Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Trying Counterspy by mistyomine / November 2, 2008 2:37 AM PST In reply to: You are too kind. https://www.cnet.com/forums/discussions/how-much-anti-malware-is-too-much-254996/
radosuaf on Have you been prevented from installing Win 7 or 8.1 updates on Kaby Lake or Ryzen systems? Of course, you can try adaware, to see if it suits you. For those of you who may have tried WinPatrol years ago I invite you to check out all the improvements.
The top-rated utility to do both is Panda Anti-Rootkit (http://www.pandasoftware.com/products/antirootkit/?track=39067), PC Magazine's Editor's Choice (http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,1895,2119252,00.asp). http://www.winpatrol.com/ If this isnt the proper section to post this question please let me know ? The little "Z" icon appeared in the system tray and then immediately I got a pop-up balloon "Your computer might be at risk. Search them out....the time you spend doing this will be worth your while, provided you choose the tweaks that work.
Here is CNET's link to this program:http://www.download.com/3000-8022_4-10705277.html This test-bed machine is currently (it changes all the time) running McAfee Internet Secutiy Suite 2006, Microsoft's Windows Defender and Sunbelt Software's CounterSpy v2.5 What gives? I had let it run unattended. look at this web-site It's become the Swiss army knife of Windows utilities.
I didn't post the other logs because I don't have them yet. I have an external muffin fan blowing across the case. As I type this (from another computer), I just got a BSOD while running another Avira pass: IRQL_NOT_LESS_OT_EQUAL STOP: 0x0000000A (0x00000004,0x00000002,0x00000000,0x804E7EED) But note that I've been getting one or two BSOD's Better yet, pay them to fix it and to set you up with linux as an emergency system on your laptop.
This is a "lo-fi" version of our main content. Back to top PCMag may earn affiliate commissions from the shopping links included on this page. The reboot (into XP) went normally (no BugSolver) and Adaware went into execution. I think you are used to those older freeware programs that require you to "do this and do that" - which CounterSpy does not!CounterSpy v2.5 is run by the nicest people,
Can be a pain if you install a new piece of software as it will pop up constantly asking if you want this or that to run at startup... These commissions do not affect how we test, rate or review products. At least we're making some progress now... Feb 23, 2009 #3 kimsland Ex-TechSpotter Posts: 14,524 Avira is advised to keep, I even use it The 8-Step process (linked above) is your next step Highly likely Virus\Malware infection Actually
He has fiber-optic cable with a router while I use dial-up.I have:(free) Windows Firewall(paid) Lavasoft's Ad-Aware SE Plus with Ad-Watch (2005 version)(free) Grisoft's AVG 7.5(free) Windows Defender(paid) Webroot's Spy SweeperI plan Now I can't go any further with this thread, as I need the 3 logs from the guideClick to expand... GSM Huawei Honor 5X HTC Desire 626 Huawei P8 Lite iPhone 6 vs. 6s Nokia Lumia Samsung Galaxy J3 Samsung Galaxy S7 Samsung J7 Samsung S7 Sony Xperia Tablets Back Best MVPS Hosts2.
I ran it again just now (log attached). At least Ad-aware and SW Terminator could DELETE the junk. It's become the Swiss army knife of Windows utilities.
I try & keep the resource hogs out of my pc and after 6 yrs. Installation help could be found on the internet, such as youtube. do you want to do this. The program is great, and so is the tech support.
XP will be supported for a few years yet, last I heard 4. I rebooted (had to turn off the system by holding down the power key) and got something new - a screen that said "Please select the operating system to boot". I also downloaded Norton Removal Tool to get rid of any trace of Symantec. OK, here's what we got: Step 1: Ran Avira yesterday, generated 93,000 warnings but found no viruses.
Fresh new look. I turn off LinkScanner (that's the "phone home" piece) through AVG's control panel, but it's a pain in the neck. More info available from the SUPERAntiSpyware Download Page.QUOTERelease Date Version Product Changes and Enhancements 12/07/2006 3.4.1000 Technology Changes * Rootkit detection and removal ability enhancements I'd prefer to see above average, naturally.