I installed Avast anti virus (home version) and since I have done this I have had many crashes.If I restore the system to a time before I installed this prog. will it solve the problem?The error message says something about the drivers but I don't know what to do about it
[quote] If I restore the system to a time before I installed this prog. will it solve the problem?[/quote] Yes, if it is Avast related.When you get the error message, can you write down the details and post them here?
Thank you for answering DS..and nexr time it happens I will do as you suggest.From what I can remember it said something about newly installed software (must be Avast) and its drivers.Actually that's what the report said when I reported the error to Microsoft
Uninstall Avast and the reinstall it.
or try avg antivirus. i have used this many times before and best of all it's free.
If the problem survives a reinstall, try contacting alwil click here they offer e-mail support for the avast! free home version [email protected]
Uninstall Avast and download AVG. It's free if you get the home version and very stable. AVG highly recommended.
Thank you all so much for your help and advice. I had been using AVG but I kept getting messages that the internal virus database was out of date and I couldn't fix it.I decided to try Avast after recommendations but from the minute I installed it I had nothing but crashes. I tried uninstalling, did a system restore to no avail.I have now uninstalled it and returned to AVG.All is well at the moment!
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