A Squared Free

Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by Suggers, Jul 28, 2006.

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  1. Suggers

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    I use A-squared free on my desktop, but want to use it on my laptop too. Can I download another copy with the same free account, or do I need to register a seperate free account?
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  2. Chubb

    Chubb Registered Member

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    You can download another copy with the same free account
     
  3. Suggers

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    Thanks
     
  4. ghodgson

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    I am now using A squared 2 free because I dont want the large 'footprint' left by the realtime guard. However, I notice now that each time I update the programme I ALWAYS get a popup to restart my PC which never happened with the 1.6.5 version or the full version.
    Should this be happening or am I being paranoid thinking that this is a form of nagscreen ?
    regards Gordon
     
  5. TopperID

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    Well it's not happening here. When I updated version 1.65 and it downloaded and upgraded to version 2.0, that involved uninstalling and installing and I was required to restart on those two occasions. Since then I have not received a restart pop-up when I update version 2.0.

    The free version of A2 is a different program from the paid for version (that was not the case with 1.65) so I would suggest you uninstall, reboot, (use a reg cleaner if necessary), then install a fresh copy of A2, making sure you are using the new free version and not a trial of the paid version.
     
  6. ghodgson

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    Thanks Topper that seems to have fixed it. So far no more "restart your computer" when updating the signatures.
    cheers Gordon
     
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