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youre awesome :) i actually used it for a day restarted etc everything seems fine... after I uninstalled microsoft secuirty essentials I had no issues starting up the pc.
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Thats what I like a Happy Bunny :)

Keep safe now
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is microsoft security client the same as microsoft security esentials becausei get an error message every time i log on to my computer..
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It is - what is the error ?
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i will restart and let you know and should these be on my desktop still?

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Ah I forgot they have not yet been added to the OTL cleanup... So just right click and delete. There are no folders associated or registry keys
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Done! and here is the error

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That error indicates that it is conflicitng with another AV or Antimalware programme

Do you still have Avast on the system ?
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yes
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OK what we will do then is totally uninstall MSE and then re-install

Download the uninstall tool from here although it is for one care it works well for MSE
Once done re-boot and then re-install MSE
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Since this issue appears to be resolved ... this Topic has been closed. Glad we could help. :)

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