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AVG update, error message can't install

Discussion in 'General Security' started by missgee, Jul 23, 2011.

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  1. missgee

    missgee Thread Starter

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    I kept getting messages my AVG Free was not active. I have tried uninstall, remove program, and avgremover. I got 3 error messages the last time I attempted to install. Invalid diff file, need to perform full update , failure to download files Severity:error
    Error message General internal error, reloading of AVG data bases failed Context MSI action failed. Error codes are 0xE0018D05, 0xC0070643 and 0xE0018F04
     
  2. lunarlander

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    I would think that your copy of AVG is corrupted. Go download a fresh copy.
     
  3. missgee

    missgee Thread Starter

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    I tried to download a new copy, it would not install again. I read other posts, thought I would try the Microsoft Security Essentials. It installed fine, but both times it tried to scan it stops and I get an error message. "The instruction at 0x5c829af9 referenced memory at 0x00004027. The memory could not be read" I also get an error when I try windows secuity update. It is not able to install security update for XP (KB2509553). Maybe I have another problem with my computer?
     
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