I have an AVG MyAccount and have been able to access it using both my Mac and PC. I installed AVG Cleaner for Mac yesterday and attempted to connect it to my account but the password wasn't accepted. I then sent a request to reset the password but have not received a message in my Inbox. Please advise.
Hello John, We are sorry to hear that. You can click on this link https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/avg-cleaner/id667434228?mt=12&uo=4 to download and install the AVG Cleaner for Mac in your computer or you can sign in to your AVG MyAccount and click on the "Subscriptions" tab. From there you can select the product you want to download and install the same in your computer. If you still have any issue with the download of this product, please let us know and we will assist you further. Thank you
Randall, Mac OS support.. Please click on the following link (http://avgclick.me/AVGtechnical) and fill out your details, select as Mac OS then the name of AVG Program that you installed in your device and in description please completely explain about your issue and finally click on the 'Start Chat' option. You will start a live, online chat with one of the AVG agents. AVG Guru
There is a typo in the Italian installer for mac. Your programmers wrote "Per iniziare a installare Avast fai clic su continua" (in English "To start the Avast installation click continue") but the program I'm installing is AVG and the logo is the AVG logo.
Hi, I recently made the switch from Avast to AVG on my Mac and have been having trouble with the program. My preferred use of Antivirus (while not recommended, I know) is to keep it disabled and only use it to scan when I want to at my convenience. I had no problems with Avast, I disabled it and only reenabled/updated the virus registry when needed, but AVG is different. Yes, I can disable AVG protections, but even when I quit the application, AVG is still running in the background doing whatever, updating me every day that it updated the virus registry. I want this to STOP.
I have tried force quitting the process but initially saw forcequit wouldn't do anything. So I opened up terminal and use sudo to Kill the exact PID of the AVG process, but that doesn't work either. In fact, it seems that as soon as AVG is forced to quit it instantly turns back on under a different PID. There is absolutely no way I can kill it permanantly that I've been able to find. Hopefully there is someone here that can help, if not I'm going back to Avast.
My Mac crashes and restarts when I attempt to run deep or Mac scan. Have tried uninstalling and reinstalling AVG. When Mac restarts it resets the clock to 2001 and changes desktop photo (I can change the clock back but not the photo). I have a MacBook Pro 15 inch mid 2010 running OS X Yosemite (version 10.10.5).
AVG AntiVirus 2015.0 (4743) is installed on a late 2013 Macbook Pro Retina running OS X 10.9.5. Computer is running on the power adapter in clamshell mode with an external monitor and keyboard.
If I start a full scan and walk away from the computer, when I come back later the computer is sleeping and the scan has stopped. Scan resumes on waking, but I'd just as soon the scan ran to completion while I was doing something away from the computer.
I think the Energy Saver settings for Power Adapter are still the defaults (the "Restore Defaults" button is grayed out). "Turn display off after:" is at the first tick mark below 15 minutes, "Prevent computer from sleeping automatically when display is off" is un-checked, all other options are checked, there are no startup/wake/sleep/shutdown/restart options scheduled.
What can I do to ensure a full scan runs to completion even if I'm not actively using the computer?
We tested the behavior of AVG Mac AV in a manner you asked us about. We found out that what you state is correct and that it is a proper behavior of our software due to the reason that it does not have higher priority processes than any other software, nor a privileged access to computer's resources. As a result, the scan pauses at the very moment when your hard-drive goes to sleep and this depends on the settings of your system in the Power Saving section.
Unfortunately, we are not familiar with a procedure that could elevate the process of scan and thus prevent your computer from sleeping. Thefore, the only way to change this behavior is to adjust settings of the system. You may try to uncheck the option Put the harddisk(s) to sleep when possible and see what will be the impact. Otherwise, i am afraid you would need to adjust time-out values set for go to sleep options.
I installed the free AVG antivirus software on my Macbook Pro but after I ran the scan for virus program my laptop restarted itself but won't launch. I can turn it off by pushing the power button, but when I start it the launch process only gets to the apple symbol and then after a while restarts itself again. There are also small dots that appear on the gray screen during its attempt to launch.
My Macbook Pro is up and running again. With further troubleshooting I determined it wasn't a software problem but a failure of the logic board. It must be the strain (heat generation) of running the virus check was more than the six year old logic board could handle. I reflowed the logic board and everything is working again. My guess is that the virus scan program was never to blame for the problem. I really do appreciate, though, all the assistance you provided. I do have the "diagnostic report" folder if you still want it, but I would need instructions on how to send via FTP (I didn't see the article you referred to concerning sending with FTP). Again, thanks for your help. Sincerely, Tom