biffzinker wrote:Try using the "Reset Internet Explorer settings" Control Panel/Internet Options, click the Advanced Tab, and at the bottom click the Reset button, check the delete personal settings then click reset button.
LASR wrote:AVG is the virus. If you really need an anti-virus, get Avast or even MSE.
Captain Ned wrote:If the tools posted by the supposed maker of the beastie do not work, what are the chances that the problem is not legit AVG stuff but something that has slipped in using its identity? Wouldn't be the first time malware posed as legit A/V stuff.
just brew it! wrote:Too bad; AVG used to be a pretty decent AV product. I even used to recommend it to family and friends. It is now permanently on my "avoid" list.
just brew it! wrote:I've had the displeasure of trying to remove that piece of crap too. Fortunately, in my case the removal tool from their site did the trick.
Too bad; AVG used to be a pretty decent AV product. I even used to recommend it to family and friends. It is now permanently on my "avoid" list.
scott784 wrote:It's a lesson learned from many people. When you install third party software, look very close at what else may be getting installed on the OS! Thanks again for the replies here.