Thanks blues_harp28, I didnt notice the reference to AVP.EXE tucked away there.
I have recently upgraded from KIS 2012 to KIS 213 so will try removing and reinstalling the 2013, if it persists I can go back to the 2012 version.
I've been having random BSOD's with stop code 0x23 for a few weeks. Disk checks and sfc scans show no problems and NVIDIA diagnostics say that I have the latest drivers.
Does anyone have any ideas whats causing these crashes and/or what I can do about them?
This isnt quite what you asked for but uses forfiles (some versions of windows already have it, if you don't already have it on your system you can download it from http://www.ipass.net/davesisk/oont_download_forfiles.htm) to rar the files that are older than 10 days in the folders...
While I can't actually recommend any particular software title for this purpose a quick google shows many solutions for this problem (www.google.co.uk/search?q=limit+times+certain+programs+run+network) including HomeGuard Program Blocker which looks promising...
They do not have to do anything to regain connectivity and the downtime is very small.
There router doesnt show any information regarding the lease times, tho IPCONFIG shows
Lease Obtained. . . . . . . . . . : Thursday, January 19, 2012 7:58:30 AM
Lease Expires . . . . . . . . . . ...
May have spoke too soon :(
Just been told that they have had the same problem but at 04:26pm since I changed the router frequency :eek:
The odds of that frequency conflicting with some local equipment would seem to be very slim!
Going to go through the frequency options for a few days and see...
You were dead on, no problems at all with the wireless turned off.
Will change it back to manual settings instead of WiFi Protected Setup and try some different channels over the next few days.
[EDIT] They had a disconnect 4 minute later than usual, not sure if its related to...
When connecting directly to the modem there is no disconnect, so does look like the router being the issue.
I've checked the settings on it and cant find anything that would cause this at a set time.
Any ideas what I could have missed? I cant see the router being faulty only at a set time each...