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W2K and AVG

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For some odd reason, all of a sudden I have to reboot my W2K machine every morning after the AVG update. I know that ocasionally, you have to reboot for the changes to take effect but this is starting to get frustrating. Very seldom did I have to reboot....now it's daily! I don't have to reboot my XP machine which is updated just like the W2K machine. Anybody else having this problem?

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For some odd reason, all of a sudden I have to reboot my W2K machine every morning after the AVG update. I know that ocasionally, you have to reboot for the changes to take effect but this is starting to get frustrating. Very seldom did I have to reboot....now it's daily! I don't have to reboot my XP machine which is updated just like the W2K machine. Anybody else having this problem?

 

:geezer:

 

That is an Odd one, Mate?

 

Run a Test and Post it?

 

Sounds like something is quite not right?

 

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It's no old machine, the drive is almost full, (I just use it for storage) and all 4 memory slots are full. (4-256 strips). I know that's not a lot of memory but this thing uses rambus memory...very expensive. I'm going to retire it later this year. I ran the pit test earlier but there is not much I can do to fix it. Most of the running programs I have to have..and of course memory and disk space is a problem. The problem might be the disk space. I'm operating at 80% full which is not good. Maybe AVG needs the space to write to the drive....hence the reboot.

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It's no old machine, the drive is almost full, (I just use it for storage) and all 4 memory slots are full. (4-256 strips). I know that's not a lot of memory but this thing uses rambus memory...very expensive. I'm going to retire it later this year. I ran the pit test earlier but there is not much I can do to fix it. Most of the running programs I have to have..and of course memory and disk space is a problem. The problem might be the disk space. I'm operating at 80% full which is not good. Maybe AVG needs the space to write to the drive....hence the reboot.

 

:laughing::laughing:

 

You answered it, Mate!

 

Not AVG, Both XP and 2K need at least 25% Free Space!

 

You will fix it now!

 

Try slipping in another HDD as a Slave and Transfering Data?

 

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