manoeuvre 16:51 06 Feb 2009

Windows XP. I have been using Virgin Media PC Guard anti virus for a number of years. Recently the programme will not load at startup as usual and requests a startup. I have discovered an avprog in c:/ Program Files/Common Files called Authentium which appears to be the problem. This programme does not appear in the list of programmes in the Control Panel so I cannot remove it. My Windows Explorer 7 tool bar has no Print option and is different in layout to my wife's computer. I have deleted all the files from Authentium as listed since there is no delete option for the programme, but they reappear
when I next switch on. Help!!!

  birdface 17:01 06 Feb 2009

Think that it is part of PC Guard now,
click here

  Taff™ 17:07 06 Feb 2009

I think Authentium provide PC Guard to Virgin.

click here

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