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Windows 7 and AVG Updates


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moondog830

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I have Windows 7 and AVG on my machine. I have AVG set on auto-update and this last time it did it's update it needs to reboot to complete the update.

However, after I rebooted last time I was unable to browse the internet anymore. I have no idea what settings have changed or anything and I don't know what to check. I did a system restore to the point just before the update and all was fine. Can anyone help me here?

I have no idea why the update causes this problem. I know it's the update as my machine on my home network is the only one affected by it.

Thanks in Advance!

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nobody has any idea on what is going on?
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It may be due to AVG 7 or the AVG 8 version are not compatible with windows 7 operating system or may be it is also possible that the software is not installed properly. Reinstallation of the software may fix this issues.
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Upgrade to 9 or use something like Avast instead. Older versions dont support 7.
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Uninstall AVG, using AVG Remover: http://www.avg.com/u.../download-tools and see, if it fixes the issue.
If so, stay away from AVG.
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