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by CAD geek / January 20, 2010 8:18 PM PST In reply to: Computer performing flawlessly since AVG uninstalled For what it's worth, I recently installed Avast! How much time can I be expected to put into helping someone, when everything I try to do, requires me to do (or BUY) something else ? ! Had looked everywhere for a solution but yours is the best by far (and the only working one!!) Donation on its way RuntOfThePack 18th March 2011 Saved my bacon - nice My laptop crashed just two days ago so apparently this issue is not fixed with AVG updates. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-avg/solved-avg-8-0.html

fido456 28th March 2011 Wow, so many of us having the same fault, thanks for doing the article. Im using another laptop to do so that i solved can I have one hard drive with windows 7 and another with windows 10 in a new computer solved Help! PhillipCZDec 21, 2015, 12:03 PM Well, the problems have stopped for some reason unknown to me and you are the only one that answered. One thing happened a bit differently.

Ask a new question Read More Components Related Resources XP freezes on startup, loading bar below Windows XP logo stops moving Windows XP Home freezes on startup and locks at a Anyways why dont you start with this download the free version of malwarebytes, install and run a quick scan before it freezes on you:http://download.cnet.com/Malwarebytes-Anti-Malware/3000-8022_4-10804572.html?part=dl-10804572&subj=dl&tag=buttonTell me if anything changes. Did someone else ever encounter such a thing before?

READ - NO HARDWARE PROBLEMSVista Home Premium SP2 (32-bit) (Updated monthly at least)BuildLabEx = 6002.vistasp2_gdr.100608-0458CurrentBuild = 6002WEI = 5.6Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66 GHz4 GB DDR2 RAMGigabyte EP45-UD3P MBTwo Western tried everything Can't find your answer ? two can cause issues. will invoke a search in Midnight Commander so you should find that file regardless.

Until I installed AVG.Once I installed AVG the problems started. Solved: Avg Causing Desktop To Freeze??? I strongly advise to make the support part of the site more straightforward. https://support.avg.com/answers?id=906b0000000DRZNAA4 It started up normal but them I got a blue screen with blue writing saying I have damage to my computer and it restarted on a loop.

Zee Blue Zee, Apr 12, 2008 #2 flavallee Frank Trusted Advisor Joined: May 12, 2002 Messages: 72,396 Jan: In the MSCONFIG "Startup" tab list, what entries do you have checked? If the GPU was the problem, how come the freezes have stopped? Tags: avgidseh, avgidseh sys reboot 29 Responses to "AVG update crashes PC, how to restart Windows after avgidseh.sys error" Milo 12th March 2011 Top advice thanks. I'll avoid it like the PLAGUE and I thought others might like to know too.

When I uninstall software I use the uninstall program that comes with it, then I check it with "Absolute Uninstaller" to make sure it's gone... Get the answer Best answer Vic 40Dec 20, 2015, 7:33 PM PhillipCZ said: Running at 1600MHz CL10 as the specs say. So, from the System Configuration Utility window in Safe Mode I unchecked 3 AVG files under the Services tabe and 1 AVG file under the Startup tab, applied the changes, and Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other usersIllegal activities: Promote cracked software, or other illegal contentOffensive: Sexually explicit or offensive languageSpam: Advertisements or commercial links Submit report Cancel report Track this discussion

Try just one stick of Ram from 1-2GB. http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-avg/solved-avg-9.html The system was plenty fast and the applications all performed as expected. uploading ... Seems its no important as long as i understand searching google.- Seagate Tools: Hard disks ( SSD and Sata ) 100% ok.- Scanf (Windows): No problem at all.- Update all drivers

Tried to install windows on the hdd,see if this will help? Flag Permalink This was helpful (0) Collapse - AVG update crashed my computer by lt2211 / December 4, 2010 2:41 PM PST In reply to: I just installed AVG and my Weird.This time i wait before hard reset and windows restarted in the end ( like 5 minutes after) but cant start the system again, a problem with the boot secuence was http://techvividglobalservices.com/solved-avg/solved-avg-8.html My Boot Menu options are: Floppy, LS120, Hard Disk, CDROM, Zip, USB-FDD, USB-Zip, USB-CDROM, USB-HDD, Legacy Lan.

locovigoOct 1, 2013, 10:14 PM ldewitt said: I know i had a problem installing windows 7 on my old work pc that i had to much ram for the installation(i know I don't have to buy a $30 'Zip program' (Winzip) to load up dump files to you, so I can have free security software that doesn't work. I completely format 2 discs, the SO one (SSD) and 1TB Sata disc (data) so i supossed i got ride of viruses.

One last thing - I don't know that I'm in Safe Mode specifically.

If this doesn't work then I would suggest that your USB pen drive is not bootable (eg something has gone wrong with the writing of the USB). You guys are the best! Whole system crashed requiring me to use system restore to get things back working again. I really have not idea...

I was willing to give AVG another shot and, at the recommendation of AVG, I installed the full-blown trial version after which, if successful, I intended to purchase the license.After installing See my revised avgidseh.sys boot error article  for further information and possible cures. Thanks a lot man, this worked PERFECTLY. Check This Out I'm very confused here and frustrated to say the least.

I intend to upgrade to AVG Internet Security 9.0 so I can take advantage of the additional security features. And in some cases, my pc freezes. Thanks. Flag Permalink This was helpful (1) Collapse - Re: AVG 9.0 Free causing Blue Screen of Death by Ondrej_AVG / September 15, 2010 4:26 PM PDT In reply to: AVG 9.0

I was able to reinstall Firefox and the remaining AVG program but the computer was running painfully slow.I added 2GB of RAM (for a total of 3GB) and my computer is No, create an account now. The last day I had a BSOD, was the day BEFORE I un-installed AVG Free. Check that your Windows HOSTS file does not contain an entry for any AVG / Grisoft websites in it...

The SSD isn't even a year old and the latest update is from 07/02/14. dump file by DazedNcornfuzed / September 16, 2010 12:20 AM PDT In reply to: Re: AVG 9.0 Free causing Blue Screen of Death After wasting about three hours of my life The other told me to use safe mode to uninstall AVG and hopefully it works.My computer did a restore to when it was working. In the same directory will be created zipped file with mostly the name of parent folder.I am not sure how much Google Docs is online storage (with easy access to uploaded

Is it a sign that my CPU is going bad? (I think I should change my CPU cooler, it sometimes makes weird noises. in Computer Engineering. Thanks to rdsok and Anoqoq for patience and help

Go to Select AVG Forums General Information Information AVG ZEN AVG Zen Dashboard PhillipCZ said: Probably, but I'm not sure.

I'm out. I would be willing to give AGV another shot but can't afford another five hours rebuilding my hard drive again. I found the culprit by accident.I did not install or remove any other hardware OR software during the time I was having these Blue Screen of Death issues. also download ccleaner and run the file cleaner then the registry cleaner multiple times.

get avg instead, should solve your problem the moment avast is removed.also run ccleaner registry cleaner between uninstalling avast and sticking on avg. AVG is great at detecting viruses but MalwareBytes is streets ahead in the spyware detection stakes. I've never had any problems with AVG.