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mondo

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After downloading AVG Free edition ( I already had F-Secure installed)
I have not been able to re-start computer. Windows page appears, then log in page
then error message appears for about half a second then it shuts down and then trys starting up all over again. This continues constantly until I turn it off.
How can I turn on to remove the new programme (AVG) and get my pc back?
Window XP on Toshiba Laptop (dont have spec as cant get in to look at it)
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Get yourself in SAFE MODE then try uninstalling the program!

Also what is the error msg that flashes up?
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Thanks Kid, will try, cannot read message as it is too quick !
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Thanks, that has got things moving again but message keeps popping up :

"Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime library runtime error
program..net sucurity/backweb/4476822/program/4476822

This application has requested the runtime to terminate it in an unusual way..
please contact the appllications support team for further information"

Any ideas?

thanks,
Mondo
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