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New 12 Feb 2009 #3 smackheadz View Profile View Forum Posts Newbie Join Date : Dec 2008 birmingham Posts : 7 vista home premium 64bit Local Time: 00:36 Re: Windows AVG Free Support Forum - http://freeforum.avg.com/ AVG Pro (paid-for) - http://www.grisoft.com/ww.support Recommended antivirus programs: NOD32 (commercial) or Avast (free). If that's the case you could try running a "removal tool" for the previous product. Run a registry cleaner. http://roguewb.com/windows-security/windows-security-center-antivirus0verride.html

Then you want to open up your services you can just type in services in your search box under the start menu and scroll down to windows defender right click and This also triggers the Windows Security Center message about AVG being turned off. Turn off User Account Control 2. If your previous antivirus was something other than AVG, check the Program Files folder to see if the folder for the previous antivirus is still present. have a peek here

Did you have a different AV installed before AVG? Run "Safe Mode with Command Prompt." > > 4. This should fix the issue. Does anyone have any more ideas?

  1. Download the most recent updates and reboot.
  2. Select Safe Mode with Command Prompt.
  3. any help ?
  4. However, sometimes Windows Security Center may incorrectly report that AVG is turned off.
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  6. Click on the alert to open Windows Security Center, click Recommendation and select "I have an antivirus that I will monitor." This will prevent Windows Security Center from displaying false reports
  7. Turn off the computer. 2.
  8. Read http://forums.avg.com/ww.avg-free-forum?sec=thread&act=show&id=371, provide all of the information mentioned in that post so that we may help you properly.
  9. This closes the command window. > > 6.
  10. Type WINMGMT /SALVAGEREPOSITARY and hit Enter.

two can cause issues. Am I unprotected at the moment? Track this discussion and email me when there are updates If you're asking for technical help, please be sure to include all your system info, including operating system, model number, and Do you think I should do as mattyc_92 suggests?

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March 31, 2009 16:46 Re: Update fails #15 Top jonath Senior Join Date: 31.3.2009 Posts: 32 The My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... All rights reserved. After your computer's BIOS screen ("press F2 for Setup," whatever) > displays, keep pressing F8 until you see Vista's startup options screen. > > 3.

It did nothing; all categories remained flagged in red.The most odd thing about this is that if the Resident Shield is active, and I start up any web browser, it has Windows Security Center reports AVG is turned off ??? Many AVG update problems have been attributed to a corrupted Winsock/TCP-IP stack. Ive clicked on turn on > now but Windows Security Center keeps comming up when i log in and i > cant see whats wrong. > Im running windows vista home

Should I uninstall and reinstall or should I choose another free av? look at this web-site Windows Security Centre reports that AVG is turned off? Wait for a couple of minutes. 9. Step by Step Procedure for Fixing Problem 1) Right-click on My Computer 2) Click on Manage 3) Click on the plus sign(+) next to Services and Applications in the left-hand column

It happened a couple of times after that, interspersed with no notification. check over here One of the possible causes is a corrupt registry: an improper un-installation of the previous antivirus program you had. When I select the option to turn it Thread Tools Search this Thread 04-01-2009, 09:33 AM #1 weepigeonface Registered Member Join Date: Mar 2009 Posts: 41 OS: vista Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - Solution found...

To fix these types of problems, download the util mentioned below. I gave it the go-ahead, but it had no effect; the Resident Shield did not restore itself.I disabled Windows Defender and tried to "Turn On" AVG again in the Windows Security My System Specs You need to have JavaScript enabled so that you can use this ... his comment is here When I check, the message under the Virus Protection section says AVG 7 reports that it is turned off.According to the Control Centre in AVG, everything is up to date and

If it says INCONSISTENT, the security component of AVG is not recorded with Windows Security Center. Of course, Vista panicked the minute I restarted my computer and forced Windows Defender up to try and move in as the new Anti-Virus program on my computer.I ran the AVG Need an account?

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Tech Reviews Tech News Tech How To Tech Buying Advice Laptop Reviews PC Reviews Printer Reviews Smartphone Reviews Tablet Reviews Wearables Reviews PC & Laptop Storage Reviews Antivirus Reviews Best Tech Sign InJoinPrivacy Policy AVG.com uses cookies to personalize your experience and help us improve content. System Security Security Center reports Windows firewall and Norton Antivirus both turned onOn Windows Vista Home Basic I am using Norton Antivirus 2007. http://roguewb.com/windows-security/windows-security-center-inquiry.html Proffitt Forum moderator / July 17, 2008 8:55 PM PDT In reply to: AVG Resident Sheild conflicting with Windows Security Center Why fight it?

Would it make sense to System Restore to before the first attempt at installing AVG 8 Free then un-install AVG 7.5 free before again downloading a fresh copy of AVG 8 This is another, better alternative to stop Windows Security Center from reporting that AVG is OFF. Then -- with no user interaction whatsoever, AVG's Resident Shield shut down without warning, and Vista started panicking again. The Windows Security Center message should vanish.