Problem in updating avg antivirus who is bristol palin dating now
I tried out AVG but felt it was a bit too top-heavy.
I was glad to find later that Avira was back on track, and I was, and still am, using the same computers when I returned to it (Win XP Pro SP3).
This brings up a dialogue where you select Modify and then click on "Next".
Once the dialogue disappears, I wait a few seconds, then I right-click on the Avira tray icon and select Update Antivirus. Then next time I want to update, I have to go through the whole procedure again.
I have wasted so much valuable time trying to find a fix to the problem. In the second case you will need to contact your Internet provider and ask him the proxy server address and the port number that he is using.
I have to say that this is not the fist time that Avira has blown it.
Somewhere around 4 or 5 years ago, a similar event happened and I became so frustrated after trying to get past this sort of update snafu that I just chucked Avira for a year.
Hey there, Tom, I tried your 'workaround' suggestion. Then I clicked on "Next" again to see about having Avira re-do its setup procedure.
As I type this, Avira's component startup portion of the setup process stalled. So I guess I'll do the cntrl-alt-delete song-and-dance, although its been my experience that windows prevents the closing of security applications. l'd sooner seek out a different freeware app, open-source perhaps.
You will need to declare a proxy in Avira in order for the update to work.