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Windows 7: [Help]Memory Leak. All memory drained and used

01 Jun 2010   #21
zzz2496

Windows7 Ultimate 64bit
 
 

cinos11, running 2 instances of real time AV = HUGE problems, like memory leaks, very slow system response, each AV "killing" each other, using your processor to the max in the process (with exactly produces nothing), and many other problems...

Why not uninstall one of them, and stick to your favorite AV. To protect your self from virus, there's a huge factor that most of the time forgotten: Common Sense.

zzz2496


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01 Jun 2010   #22
cinos11

Windows 7 Professional
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by zzz2496 View Post
cinos11, running 2 instances of real time AV = HUGE problems, like memory leaks, very slow system response, each AV "killing" each other, using your processor to the max in the process (with exactly produces nothing), and many other problems...

Why not uninstall one of them, and stick to your favorite AV. To protect your self from virus, there's a huge factor that most of the time forgotten: Common Sense.

zzz2496
Well, i guess i'll probably not install them.
It would be better for only one of each real-time protection to run.
And any other anti-virus/spyware to be installed as backups where i can just do regular scans.
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