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Windows 7: Windows 7 Ultimate x64, uTorrent & AVG

16 Apr 2010   #31
Jonathan_King

Windows 7 Professional x64
 
 

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By a huge margin, AVG is responsible for the most bsod compared to any other software or driver in existence. It's just a fact.
Your sweeping statement need to be accompanied by supported evidence.........
No it doesn't. What needs to be done on any machine having bsod with AVG, is a complete removal of AVG and then a report on how things are going.
If there is evidence to support AVG causing the crash, it is a good idea to uninstall it and see what happens.

But it is not fair to automatically assume that all BSODs on machine with AVG on them are caused by it.


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16 Apr 2010   #32
whs
Microsoft MVP

Vista, Windows7, Mint Mate, Zorin, Windows 8
 
 

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By a huge margin, AVG is responsible for the most bsod compared to any other software or driver in existence. It's just a fact.
Your sweeping statement need to be accompanied by supported evidence.........
No it doesn't. What needs to be done on any machine having bsod with AVG, is a complete removal of AVG and then a report on how things are going.
I don't know about BSODs with AVG. But what I know is that all systems in my computer club were heavily infected with Trojans, viruses and alike whilst being "protected" with AVG. We needed a whole week to clean them up (each system is triple boot XP, Vista, Win7) and then installed MSE. That seems to do a better job (although not perfect). Here is the AVG Removal Tool that should be used.
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