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For anyone is who getting the AVG "Trial Dialog" box on start-up, but no AVG showing up on the Revo list of programs . You only have to look at pc forums, to see there are no threads posted about Avast, as for AVG the opposite is true. The older version of AVG was better than the new release, but still not as good as Avast. Avg free has been way better, but it does have some install problems. I just load avast and get the customer out the door...
Most of the time the install problems are an indication that there is still something wrong with the machine in general. lol Sorry to inform you that NO I repeat NO antivirus software is foolproof and they ALL eventually let some sort of malware,spyware,trojan or virus in eventually.
The AVG 2011 remover tool will also work with older AVG versions as well. I had a problem with the AVG Identity Protection, then couldn't uninstall, reinstall, etc. I'm under the impression that most of these people that are commenting haven't taken the time to try revo...makes me chuckle because I use revo for all the stubborn progs that won't uninstall properly, at least you get to remove all registry entries with it ;-)Makes things so much easier at times. But, I had already deleted ALL references to AVG8, 9 and 10. I tried using the new AVG Uninstaller earlier today without any success. This is on my wife's computer and I have spent most of today trying to fix hers. It works better than the PC Tools Registry Mechanic which I will no longer waste my money on. I had the 2011 AVG trial version but it just wouldn't uninstall. They used to be the best with a small footprint, used little resources, and great customer service. Use Avast free (if you're cheap) but support them and it's better.
I'd advise you to run the tool in safe mode first, then you should be good to go. Moving to Avast...umgauwa, thanks for the compliment. The error log has all sorts of entries about missing entries, etc in the registry. It started out with an error on her AVG 9 version not being abole to get updates since 10/25/10. Hell if you can't justify the cost in your mind, ask yourself if you had to pay the same per hour to fix your car as your computer, would it be worth the or so. Thanks so much, I just read your post and i downloaded Revo and have now got rid of all unwanted files, i also had a problem with 2011 AVG trial version it just wouldn't uninstall, with revo in a few minutes it was gone, thanks man your a legandyeah, I'm having the same problem as some of the others, I downloaded the revo tool and it's not finding AVG (which I've tried using the native uninstaller with the same error code several times)I'm pretty sure I got a bad install of avg, I've run it fine for at least 6 months before and now, after a fresh install (after reloading windows 7, don't ask, it's a long story, it also has little to do with the OS itself or software on it) I installed it and was immediately given a problem.
an easier way to remove avg than response 3 is just to uninstall AVG using revo uninstaller. That will do the job in just a couple of minutes, no searching, deleteing etc..will allow you to remove all instances of AVG from the registry in one easy you properly cleaned out your previous AV's on your PC?
Incorrectly editing your registry can stop your PC from functioning and create irreversible damage to your operating system.In fact, one misplaced comma can prevent your PC from booting entirely!Because of this risk, we highly recommend using a trusted registry cleaner such as Win Thruster (Developed by Microsoft Gold Certified Partner) to scan and repair any Error 0x E001D026-related registry problems.Let it be known to all that if any one antivirus program or combination thereof could remove any and all threats then there would be NO money to be made for any of the companies out there that live from your contributions.The only safe computer is a computer that has NO contact with the internet or outside sources(no usb keys,stray software etc.)Good luck and happy computing.
Also, to follow up, if you remove that "Death Star" HDD, you will likely be fine. As far as AVAST, consider what your old pappy always told you, "FREE" stuff is mostly worth slightly LESS than you have paid for it!