Whilst we wait on AVG getting back to us with news on this issue we have been resolving these incidents by booting the computers in to Safe Mode, un-installing AVG completely, then booting back into Windows in normal mode before reinstalling AVG.This is not the first time Anti-Virus programs have caused catastrophic issues with Windows PCs.It might be worth stopping just there to see if AVG then installs.If it doesn't help do the file search and removal again then continue as per below: You then type regedit in the Run box.It's very rare for Microsoft to release an important security update for Vista SP2 or IE9 outside of Patch Tuesdays so I have permanently set my Windows Update set to "" hangs.Every Patch Tuesday I install the latest recommended Win32speed up patch and then run a manual Windows Update to install my remaining dozen or so Patch Tuesday updates, and that's usually the only Windows Update I run every month.Is there any way that I could uninstall AVG when the computer won't boot to the desktop (e.g. Do you have any version of Windows installation disk from 7 to 10?
------------ Same for me, 24 hours need after applying updates recommended on wu.for November and December (my Vista was up to date in October). If it can help to install manually some others updates, here is a screenshot of updates installed : Same for me, 24 hours need after applying updates recommended on wu.for November and December (my Vista was up to date in October). If it can help to install manually some others updates, here is a screenshot of updates installed : on Dalai's webpage
We await AVG’s response to our report and we will update this page as soon as we have more information.
Update as of 24/06: We received an update from our AVG Account Manager which says: We have a problem the past week however we have been advised to ask all partners to uninstall Trusteer Rapport from the customers computer using safe mode as we think this may be causing the problem.
The only way to turn off was to do a hard shut down. After trying to boot into safe mode, I simply get the black screen and curser again. Is there any way that I could uninstall AVG when the computer won't boot to the desktop (e.g. Both have previously experienced little to no problems running Windows 7.
After turning back on again, I got the usual windows start up screen and normal AVG watchdog starting up text (see attachment). Luckily, I have all files backed up and other computers to use, but I am really concerned about the root cause of my problems as I have had similar errors in previous installs of windows. I am happy to clean install if necessary but I would like to find out the causes of my problems first. Hi there, That would seem very logical as I have probably had AVG on all my other installations in the past.