I then realised that if i’d entered the UNC wrong it would have fallen back to the HTTP or FTP repository….something else was going on here!So first i checked the updater log 3/25/2008 AM Starting Virus Scan task: Auto Update3/25/2008 AM Starting update session.3/25/2008 AM Unable to find a valid repository.3/25/2008 AM Closing the update session. I look all around the program files directory to see if there were any extra log files and i couldn’t find anything I did some searching and came across this article https://knowledge.mcafee.com/article/299/5170943_f.The tutorial outlines a step-by-step process of updating AVG, plus download links for AVG Free software without the Zen or PC Tuneup. In our virus removal lab at Ducktoes we’ve seen the PC Tuneup break operating systems when some clients install and run it on their own computers.I revised it from the 2013 version to the 2016 one. As far as the Zen part of AVG goes, according to PC Advisor, “AVG Zen is multi-platform software that allows you to view and administrate your antivirus and tuneup utilities across PC, laptop and Android smartphone and tablet.Not sure why the file didn’t get created in the first place I’ve talked plenty of times on here about how fed up with Mc Afee i am.I had a meeting with Trend a couple of weeks ago and I’m about to evaluate their stuff.
I went back on Tuesday just to finish off and came across a bit of a weird problem This particular PC didn’t have any anti-virus loads so i installed Virus Scan 8 I configured it to point to a share to check for definition updates and fired it up and got this My initial thought was that i’d enter the UNC details wrong so i checked that and it was fine.
im still experiencing blue screen unexpectedly.btw, my computer runs fine and i can use it like everyday.
im getting the IRQL_NOT_LESS_OR_EQUAL in Windows 7 32-bit. my computer specs are ECS G41T-M6, Core 2 Duo E7500, Ge Force GT240, 4GB DDR3 RAM, 500GB HDD, Windows 7 Ultimate 32-bit.i already memtested my computer for about 3hrs. i also changed my previous video card (HD 5550) to GT240.
As you can see, in the test results, AVG blocks the most viruses with the fewest false positives.
Speaking of virus removal, we do an awesome job of removing computer viruses at Ducktoes.