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Old 28. Dec 2011, 01:39 AM   #5 (permalink)
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B Carson uninstalling Avast should not be that hard. Seems like Avast is semi uninstalled so if I was you, I would reinstall it and afterward, remove Avast the proper way.

After you reinstall, reboot the computer, after rebooting go to add/remove programs and uninstall Avast. Reboot one more time and then run the Avast uninstall tool linked by nesrinamb. After one more reboot your computer should be fine.

Make sure you get the correct installer from the right place. Also, make sure the setting mentioned by Midnight Cowboy is not enabled. I know Avast has it to protect the antivirus from being disabled by malware. In the past it was not enabled on default but things change, make sure it is not enabled so Avast uninstall properly.

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