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I don't know if you (or anyone else) is still reading this thread, but if so, please let me know if you fixed your problem and how. It would be nice if you told us exactly which antivirus software you're having problems with..
I too am on Windows XP and for at least two weeks now, have had the EXACT same issues that you listed from the anti-virus software not updating to the link redirecting to the wrong sites, mostly ones trying to get me to buy their anti-virus/spyware software. In the meantime, follow the instructions below: Please use a friend or family member's "clean" computer and download the Malwarebytes tool and it's manual update from the link below..
Make sure it has a file extension and then double click on the newly named file. I downloaded AVG when I realized the Norton software on my computer had expired and at the advice of a couple others who use it and also have Windows Vista.
Malwarebytes should run correctly now..______________After doing that, then download the free tool from the link below, install it, update it, then run a full system scan: SUPERAntispyware Removal Tool________________Please note that I'll delete your other post in this thread.. For the first couple of days, it seemed to update and work just fine and then it stopped updating and no matter what I did, it would not allow me to update.
For instance, I'm assuming everything needs to be cleared out, but how? Well, formatting gets rid of everything, so you don't need to worry about that.
If there's anything you want to save, you'd best be putting it onto CDs, DVDs, flash drives, or whatever else you can.
Things you should NOT do--------------------------------1: Use Internet Explorer2: Use any browser based on Internet Explorer3: Use Outlook or Outlook Express4: Open email attachments you haven't manually scanned with your virus scanner5: Open email attachments you were not expecting, no matter who they appear to be from6: Respond to spam messages, including using unsubscribe links7: Visit questionable websites (e.g.
I am currently running Norton and Super Antispyware and I can\u0027t update either.
I have a connection, but everytime I hit update, the error messages say no connection found.
The HOSTS file can be located in the following location windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts assuming that your Windows directory is named Windows and not Winnt or something similar.
Another possible location of your connection problem would be your Firewall (which you didn't mention having or not having) - check it to see that it is not set to deny the apps making connections for updates.