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Saturday, July 30, 2011

Windows Vista Explorer Hangs while Copying Files from External Media

This problem exists in Vista SP1. The problem occurs when you copy a large file or lots of files from an external media like CD/DVD, flash drives and sometimes from network drives.
In this problem, the explorer window which is being used by the copy process hangs, also the progress dialog box hangs if you try to move it, click on it or if you click somewhere else and returns to it.

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Although the explorer window and progress dialog box hang, Windows still keeps continue copying the files and when the copy operation finishes, the explorer window and the progress dialog box become available again.
So if you are also facing this problem, use following simple steps and your problem will be solved:
1. Click on “Start button -> All Programs -> Accessories“. Right-click on “Command Prompt” and select “Run As Administrator“. If you are prompted to enter password, enter the password and continue. You can also open Command Prompt in Administrator mode by typing “cmd” in Startmenu Search box and press “Ctrl+Shift+Enter“.
2. Now provide following command:
bcdedit.exe /set {current} nx AlwaysOff
3. Restart your system and now you should not face any problem while copying files.

Repair the MBR to restore Windows 7 to your Multiboot Options.

Each time we install a version of Windows, it rewrites the MBR to call its own boot loader. If we install Windows 7 (or Windows Vista) as a second operating system on a PC where Windows XP is already installed, the Windows boot menu incorporates the options from the older boot menu. But if you install a fresh copy of Windows XP (or Windows Server 2003) on a system that is already running Windows 7, you’ll overwrite the MBR with one that doesn’t recognize the Windows 7 boot loader. To repair the damage, open a Command Prompt window in the older operating system and run the following command from the Windows 7 DVD, substituting the letter of your DVD drive for d here:

d:\boot\ bootsect.exe /nt60 all

When you restart, you should see the Windows 7 menu. To restore the menu entry for your earlier version of Windows, open an elevated Command Prompt window and type this command:

bcdedit /create {ntldr} –d "Menu description goes here"

Substitute your own description for the placeholder text, being sure to include the quotation marks. The next time you start your computer, the menus should appear as you intended.

An even easier solution is to use one of the boot-editing utilities we highlight in this section. Both VistaBootPRO and EasyBCD run on Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows Server 2003 or 2008, and they can be used to switch quickly from a Windows XP–style boot loader to its Windows 7 counterpart and back again.

Source:Microsoft websites
 

"Windows cannot connect to printer" error message when you try to create a Point and Print connection to a remote printer from a Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2-based client computer

Consider the following scenario:

  • You have a client computer that is running Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2.
  • You try to create a Point and Print connection to a remote printer from the client computer.
In this scenario, the operation fails and you receive the following error message:
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Title: Add Printer
Text: Connect to Printer
Windows cannot connect to printer.
Details: Operation failed with error 0x0000007e.
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Note: 0x0000007e/ERROR_MOD_NOT_FOUND: The specified module could not be found.

Cause:
This issue occurs because, after the printer is installed, Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008 R2 incorrectly looks for the Mscms.dll file in a subfolder different than the windows\system32 subfolder.

Solution:Apply the below Microsoft Hot Fix

Download Link: http://download327.mediafire.com/cqk2l7949wlg/lzzlcec6le1rzb8/Windows6.1-KB982728-x86.msu

Error message when you try to install a network printer on a Windows Vista-based computer: "Windows cannot connect to the printer Operation could not be completed (error 0x0000000d)"

When you try to install a network printer on a Windows Vista-based computer, you may receive the following error message:

Windows cannot connect to the printer. Operation could not be completed (error 0x0000000d).

This issue occurs because the following registry subkey on the print server contains invalid data: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\
CurrentControlSet\Control\Print\Environments\Windows NT x86\Drivers\Version-3\<DriverName>\Previous Names

Note In this registry subkey, represents the name of the driver for the printer.

The Previous Names registry entry belongs to the REG_MULTI_SZ registry value type. The Previous Names registry entry is considered an invalid REG_MULTI_SZ registry value type if the following conditions are true:

  • The value of the Previous Names registry entry begins with a null.
  • This null is followed by some values.
  • The value of the Previous Names registry entry ends with a null.
To resolve this problem, modify the value of the Previous Names registry entry on the print server so that it contains valid data. To do this, follow these steps:
  1. Click Start
  2. Click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.
  3. Locate and then click the following registry subkey:
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Print\Environments\Windows NT x86\Drivers\Version-3\<DriverName>
  4. On the File menu, click Export.
  5. In the File name box, type printerName, and then click Save.
  6. Right-click printerName.reg, and then click Edit.
  7. Locate the sentence which starts with the "Previous Names" string, and then replace the sentence with the following text:
    "Previous Names"=hex(7):00,00
  8. On the File menu, click Save.
  9. Exit Notepad.
  10. Right-click the file that you saved in step 7, click Merge, and then click OK.
  11. Restart the Print Spooler service. To do this, follow these steps:
    1. Click Starttype services.msc in the Start Search box, and then click services.msc in the Programs list.

      If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type your password, or click Continue.
    2. Right-click Print Spooler, and then click Stop.
    3. Right-click Print Spooler, and then click Start.

Ubuntu 11.04 - Natty Narwhal Review






The naming of Ubuntu 11.04 was announced on 17 August 2010 by Mark Shuttleworth. Its release is planned for 28 April 2011. Ubuntu Desktop will use the Unity user interface instead of GNOME Shell as default. The move to Unity is controversial as some GNOME developers fear it will fracture the community and marginalize GNOME Shell.
Ubuntu 11.04 will use Banshee as the default music player, replacing Rhythmbox. Other new applications will include Mozilla Firefox 4 and LibreOffice, which has replaced OpenOffice.org.
Starting with Ubuntu 11.04 the Ubuntu Netbook Edition has been merged into the desktop edition.



There has been many changes in the Default application selection in the upcoming Ubuntu 11.04 Natty Narwhal from Ubuntu 10.10. Here’s some new features:
- Unity as been confirmed as default for Ubuntu 11.04 – desktop edition, the desktop version will use the global menu (AppMenu).


- LibreOffice will likely be included in next version of Ubuntu if it’s ready
Firefox 4 is still favored over Chrome as the default browser in Ubuntu. Chrome still poses too many challenges for Ubuntu (the release cycle doesn’t fit well with Ubuntu Update model and also there are issues with the Global Menu integrations and so on).
- The decision to replace Evolution with Thunderbird in Ubuntu has been deferred. Hopefully Thunderbird will be ready in a cycle or two (it misses a calendar, exchange support, integration with appmenu and messaging menu).
Banshee will be included by default in Ubuntu 11.04 (and thus replace Rhythmbox)
Oneconf will be included by default in Ubuntu 11.04. OneConf is a mechanism for recording software information in Ubuntu One, and synchronizing with other computers as needed.
Gnome-dictionary will be removed from the CD
Nautilus Elementary was also brought up for discussion, but was rejected “because the patches are considered hacks”.
- In Natty Narwhal Software Center “For Purchase” category will be updated with more commercial software. And you will be able to sponsor your favorite app by donating any money amount to developers.


Numeric Keypad Not working in Ubuntu

Problem: Numeric keypad not working in Ubuntu

Solution:  Go intothe Keyboard Preferences (System>Preferences > Keyboard) and go to the Mouse Keys tab.simply uncheck the box for Allow tocontrol the pointer using the keyboard.
      
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Network and Dial-Up Connections Icons May Be Missing

After you click Start, point to Settings, andthen double-click Network and Dial-up Connections, orRight-Click My Network Places on the desktop and selectproperties, you may experience one or more of the following symptoms:
  • The network adapter has a resource conflict with another device, causing the Local Area Connection icon not to be displayed. Note that Device Manager may incorrectly show the device to be working properly.
  • The Local Area Connection icon may be missing.
  • The Make New Connection icon may be missing.
  • When you double-click Make New Connection, you may receive the following error message:
Unable to create the specified connection. This can be causedby insufficient memory or not enough disk space.

CAUSE

This behavior can occur because of one or more of thefollowing reasons

This behavior can occur because of one or more of the followingreasons:
  • The Plug and Play service is not running, causing the Local Area Connection icon to not be displayed.
  • The Remote Procedure Call (RPC) service is not running, causing the Make New Connection icon to not be displayed.
  • You used the Dcomcnfg.exe tool to change DCOM default settings, causing the error message listed earlier in this article to be displayed.
  • One of the following network dlls is not properly registered.
    • Netcfgx.dll
    • Netman.dll
    • Netshell.dll

  • The Network Connections service is disabled or is not started, causing the Local Area Connection icon to not be displayed.

RESOLUTION

To resolve this behavior, use the appropriate method: VerifyThat the Device R...

To resolve this behavior, use the appropriate method:

Verify That the Device Resources Are Correct

To resolve this behavior:
  1. Obtain the network adapter configuration utility from the manufacturer of the network adapter. Typically, you must boot the computer from an MS-DOS or Windows 95/98 Startup disk to run these utilities.
  2. If the network adapter uses jumpers for its settings, verify that the settings do not conflict with another device and manually change them to a resource setting that is not currently in use.

    NOTE: You may need to remove all devices except the NIC and add them back one at a time to determine which device the network adapter conflicts with.

Start the Plug and Play Service

To resolve this behavior:
  1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Computer Management.
  2. Double-click Services and Applications, click Services, and then double-click Plug and Play.
  3. In the Startup type dialog box, click Automatic, click OK, and then restart your computer.

    NOTE: If the Local Area Connection icon is still missing, press F5 several times to refresh the screen. Also, you may try restarting your computer in Safe Mode with Networking.

Start the RPC Service

To resolve this behavior:
  1. Click Start, point to Programs, point to Administrative Tools, and then click Computer Management.
  2. Double-click Services and Applications, click Services, and then double-click Remote Procedure Call (RPC).
  3. In the Startup type dialog box, click Automatic, click OK, and then restart your computer.

    NOTE: If the RPC Service is disabled, you may need to use the Recovery Console. In Recovery Console, run Enable RPCSS Service_Auto_Start, and then restart your computer.

    NOTE: If the Make New Connection icon is still missing, press F5 several times to refresh the screen. Also, you may try restarting your computer in Safe Mode with Networking.

Reset Default DCOM Permissions

To work around this problem:
  1. Click Start, click Run, type dcomcnfg, and then click OK.
  2. On the Default Properties tab, click any setting other than Anonymous in the Default Impersonation Level box. The default setting is Identify.

Register the Following Dlls

  1. Click Start, click Run, and then type cmd.exe on the Open line.
  2. Type the following lines, and then press ENTER after you type each line:
3.     regsvr32 netshell.dll
4.     regsvr32 netcfgx.dll
5.     regsvr32 netman.dll
                                
  1. Restart the computer.

DISK PARTIONING IT @SCHOOL LINUX

  • First open terminal (Ctrl+Alt+t).
  • Install GNOME partition editor (sudo apt-get install gparted).
  • Now open it (System >Administration >Gparted partition editor). It may take several minutes.
Be careful, it is possible to lose your data if you delete or change the wrong partition.

Freeing Disk Space For New Partition

  • Select the device from the drop-down list at top right of window.
  • Now right-click on desired partition and choose Unmount.
  • To resize the partition choose Resize/Move. The dialog Resize/Move will be shown. You can use the Free Space Following (MiB) box to choose how much space to free after this partition, or Free Space Preceding (MiB) to free space before this partition.
  • Click Resize/Move to apply changes.

Create a New Partition

  • Select the device from the drop-down list at top right of window.
  • Right click on Unallocated partition and select New.
  • Choose the desired type of file system to use and click Add.
  • Click Apply to apply changes.
Click on edit and give the option apply changes.


Confirm file permission by checking the properties of the volumes.

Boot Parameters to Configure DEP and PAE

This topic explains how to use boot parameters to enable, disable, and configure Data Execution Prevention (DEP) and Physical Address Extension (PAE) on operating systems that support these features.
For information about the boot parameters for DEP on operating systems prior to Windows Vista, including operating system support and the default values of the parameters, see /noexecute and /execute. For similar information about PAE, see /pae and /nopae.
For information about the boot parameters for DEP and PAE on Windows Vista and later, see the BCDEdit /set command and the nx and pae options.
Important  DEP is a highly effective security feature that should not be disabled unless you have no alternative. The default settings for DEP and PAE are optimal for most systems. Do not change the default settings unless they interfere with essential processing tasks. This section is included to show you how to configure these features, but it should not be interpreted as a recommendation to change the default settings.

DEP and PAE Boot Parameters

On operating systems prior to Windows Vista, DEP and PAE are enabled at boot time and are configured by using the following four boot parameters:
On Windows Vista and later, DEP and PAE are enabled at boot time and are configured by setting values for the nx and pae parameters using the BCDEdit /set command.
These boot parameters have conflicting effects. To configure DEP and PAE, use only the parameter combinations that are described in the documentation for each parameter and discussed in this topic. Do not experiment with conflicting parameters, especially on a production system.

The Interaction of DEP and PAE Boot Parameters

There are two types of DEP:
  • Hardware-enforced DEP enables DEP for both kernel-mode and user-mode processes. It must be supported by the processor and the operating system.
  • Software-enforced DEP enables DEP only on user-mode processes. It must be supported by the operating system.
DEP is supported by Windows XP with SP2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Vista, and later versions of Windows.
On 32-bit versions of Windows, hardware-enforced DEP requires PAE, which is supported by all Windows operating systems that support DEP. When DEP is enabled on a computer with a processor that supports hardware-enforced DEP, Windows automatically enables PAE and ignores the boot parameter values that disable it.
The parameter combinations for each Windows operating system are summarized in the following section.

DEP and PAE Parameter Combinations

The following list describes the boot parameter combinations that can be used to configure DEP and PAE.
Note   In the examples for Windows Vista and later, the optional {ID} is the GUID for the specific Windows boot loader boot entry that you want to configure. If you do not specify an {ID}, the command modifies the current operating system boot entry. For more information, see the BCDEdit /set command .
ActionPrior to Windows VistaWindows Vista and later
To enable DEP
(Select one parameter combination)
When DEP is enabled on computers that support hardware-enforced DEP, these parameter combinations also enable PAE.
/noexecute=alwayson/noexecute=optin/noexecute=optout
/set [{ID}] nx AlwaysOn
/set [{ID}] nx OptIn
/set [{ID}] nx OptOut
To enable DEP and PAE on systems with software-enforced DEP
(Select one parameter combination)
On computers that support hardware-enforced DEP, PAE is automatically enabled when you enable DEP.

/noexecute=alwayson /pae
/noexecute=optin /pae
/noexecute=optout /pae
/set [{ID}] nx AlwaysOn
/set [{ID}] pae default
/set [{ID}] nx OptIn
/set [{ID}] pae default
/set [{ID}] nx OptOut
/set [{ID}] pae default
To disable DEP, but enable PAE
/noexecute=alwaysoff /pae
(Windows XP with SP2)
/set [{ID}] nx AlwaysOff
/set [{ID}] pae ForceEnable
To disable DEP, but enable PAE

/noexecute=alwayoff
/noexecute=alwaysoff /pae
(Windows Server 2003 with SP1 only)
(These parameter combinations are equivalent.)
/set [{ID}] nx AlwaysOff
/set [{ID}] pae ForceEnable
To disable both DEP and PAE

/noexecute=alwaysoff
/noexecute=alwaysoff /nopae
(Windows XP with SP2)
(These parameter combinations are equivalent.)
/set [{ID}] nx AlwaysOff
/set [{ID}] pae ForceDisable
To disable both DEP and PAE


Source:technet magazine.Microsoft
/execute
(Windows Server 2003 with SP1 only)



How to export contacts from Outlook 2003, 2007 and Outlook Express


Let’s start with the latest and greatest version of Outlook, 2007! Note that the same procedure works for Outlook 2003. First open Outlook and then go to File and then Import and Export.
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From the list, choose Export to a file and then click Next.
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From the list, choose Person Folder file (.pst). I prefer to export it out as a PST file so that it can easily be imported into another Outlook, even of a different version.
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Now you’ll get a list of all of your folders, including the Inbox, Calendar, RSS feeds, etc. Click on Contacts since we want to export Outlook contacts only. If you have created other contact folders inside the main contact folder, be sure to check off the Include subfolders box.
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Click Next and then choose the location for your backup file. Make sure to browse to some other location as Microsoft defaults to a hidden folder. Click Finish and you’re done!

How to export contacts from Outlook Express

Outlook Express is slightly different, but pretty simple also. First, open Outlook Express and then go to File, choose Export, and then choose Address Book.
outlook express export contacts
Click on Text File (Comma Separated Values) and then click Export.
outlook express export address book
Click Browse to specify a location to save the file or type it in manually.
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Click Next and then choose all of the fields that you want to export for each contact, i.e. First name, Email address, Street, Company, Phone, etc.
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Click Finish

Supply Memory Error' displays on the control panel HP LaserJet Pro M1213nf Multifunction Printer

Issue

The product performs correctly, but 'Supply Memory Error' displays on the control panel.

Model: HP LaserJet Pro M1213nf Multifunction Printer

Solution

There might be packing material inside the product.

Perform the solutions below in the order presented until your issue is resolved.

Solution one: Check to make sure that there is no packing material inside the product
Follow the steps below in the order presented to remove all packing material from inside the product.
1.   Open the cartridge access door.
Figure 1: Open the cartridge access door
2.   Lift up the paper packing material, but do not remove it.
Figure 2: Lift the paper packing material
3.   Remove the print cartridge packing material.
Figure 3: Remove the print cartridge packing material
4.   Remove the print cartridge from the product.

CAUTION: 
To prevent damage to the print cartridge, hold the print cartridge at each end.
5.   Figure 4: Remove the print cartridge
6.   
7.   Remove the packing material from inside the product.
Figure 5: Remove the packing material from inside the product
8.   Remove the orange clip from the end of the print cartridge.
Figure 6: Remove the orange clip from the print cartridge
9.   Gently rock the print cartridge back and forth to distribute the toner evenly.
Figure 7: Rock the print cartridge
10.Bend the tab on the left side of the print cartridge until the tab breaks loose. Pull the tab to remove all the sealing tape from the print cartridge.
Figure 8: Remove the sealing tape

CAUTION: 
If toner gets on your clothing, wipe it off with a dry cloth, and then wash the clothing in cold water.Hot water sets toner into the fabric .
11.Insert the print cartridge, and then close the print cartridge door.
Figure 9: Insert the print cartridge, and then close the door
 
                                              Source:HP site

Appremover –Uninstall any antivirus programs or security applications without any risk

The free AppRemover utility enables the thorough uninstallation of security applications like antivirus and antispyware from your computer. Remove computer stress. Simply, cleanly and effectively.

What is AppRemover?

AppRemover is a free utility from OPSWAT that enables users to remove antivirus, antispyware and other security applications, as well as left over files remaining from incomplete uninstallations. There's no more need to mess around with your registry.

Current Release: Release 2.2.16.1 

Supported OS: Windows 2000, 2003, XP (32 / 64 bit), Vista (32 / 64 bit), 2008, Windows 7 (32 / 64 bit)

Features application support for avast!, AVG, Avira, ESET, Kaspersky, McAfee, Norton, Symantec, Trend Micro and more.



Using AppRemover

AppRemove has 2 modes of operation.
1. How to Use AppRemover to Remove a Complete Security Application
The user has a security application that he or she would like to uninstall from his computer. In this scenario it's even possible that the user may have forgotten the password required to access the application’s uninstaller. AppRemover can work around this potential issue.

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Start the application and click "Next."

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Select “Remove Security Application”

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Wait until the application finishes scanning the computer and determines which security applications are installed.

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Choose the application that requires uninstallation.

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Wait until the uninstallation process ends.

2. How to Use AppRemover to Clean Up a Failed Uninstall
The user has uninstalled a security application and suspects that the application did not completely remove its components. In many instances this may prevent another security application from installing on the user’s machine since it reports that it is not compatible with the other application.

An incomplete uninstall may also occur when a machine crashes during uninstallation, leaving the product in an unstable state where it is not functional enough to uninstall, and yet many files and OS objects are left behind. The worst part of this is that Windows’ own add/remove programs mechanism does not detect that the security application is there. This usually means that the user will have to restore his or her machine to an earlier state or, in some cases, reinstall Windows.
This option should be used only in failed uninstall scenarios.

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Start the application and click "Next.

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Select “Clean Up a Failed Uninstall”

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Wait until AppRemover™ finishes scanning the computer and determines which security applications have elements installed. In certain circumstances this analysis may take 15 minutes or more.

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Choose which application to uninstall. Note that there is a percent assigned to each product. This number tells how much of the application was detected on the machine. The user should use care when choosing which application to uninstall. Since AppRemover™ will remove discrete parts of the designated software product, making an incorrect choice may corrupt the current security application that is installed on the computer.


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Wait until the uninstallation process ends.



AppRemover fully supports the thorough uninstallation of hundreds of antivirus and antispyware applications.

 

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Product
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AhnLab, Inc.
AhnLab V3 Internet Security 8.0 8.x
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ALWIL Software
avast! Internet Security 5.x
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ALWIL Software
avast! FreeAntivirus 5.x
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ALWIL Software
avast! FreeAntivirus 5.0.x
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ALWIL Software
avast! FreeAntivirus 6.0.1000
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ALWIL Software
avast!Antivirus Professional 4.8.x
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ALWIL Software
avast!Antivirus 4.8.x
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Anonymizer, Inc.
Anonymizer Anti-Spyware 3.x
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Antiy Labs
Antiy Ghostbusters 6.5.3.0
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AVG Technologies
AVG LinkScanner 8.5.x
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AVG Technologies
AVG LinkScanner 9.x
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AVG Technologies
AVG 8.0 [AntiVirus] 8.5.x
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AVG Technologies
AVG 9 [AntiVirus] 9.x
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