I accept, but then I get a "Update failed- General Error" message. Here are the log files: Hello Zuler C,analysis of the provided update log files revealed that a AVG registry entry has been damaged which is preventing AVG update to be installed.Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)Virus DB: 1435/3500I just use the Windows firewall. This situation is different than the one described in this thread originally even though the "general error" is reported in both cases.I have since come to realize that this is in use because it holds the scan data for the drive from the working AVG instance from another leg of my dual boot.
As it is not possible to attach files here on cnet, upload requested files to some online storage service and provide us with link. Windows Vista SP2AVG 12.0.1204 Virus DB: 1435/3463 I also have Spybot Search and Destroy installed but have never had any issues before. General Error.' I've found, compressed and uploaded the file here I couldn't find the file in the folder.
Please proceed with manual update of Link Scanner database as per this post. I tried to uninstall avg and got the message: Updating in progress.
If that does not help, please perform full reinstallation as described. Running update must be finished before starting installation ... I removed old installations as directed and tried (twice) to install the new. Dan Hello Dusan, I couldn't reply below - perhaps nested too deep?
For the GMER full anti-rootkit scan, after about a half hour of scanning, the log file was zero length and couldn't be uploaded, see screen shot.
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