Trend Mirco.. made my computer crash why?

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by politetonotstare, Jan 11, 2012.

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  1. politetonotstare

    politetonotstare Registered Member

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    I bought Trend Mirco for the first time and it would make my computer freeze and i would have to manually shut it down. My computer worked good without the program, i installed since my Norton expired. I talked to them a zillion times with no results they didn't know why the program made my computer slow and freeze. Than after a little while my computer completely crashed. and i had to take it to repair. I cant take the software back...and i exchanged it ..now i don't know what to do with it...should i re installed it or would it do the same thing? They repaired my computer and it works great without the anti-virus but im kinda scared to not have it.
     
  2. carat

    carat Guest

    I think Norton hasn't been fully deinstalled ... :(
     
  3. politetonotstare

    politetonotstare Registered Member

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    it was...i went to the Registry file and it was gone
     
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    Cudni Global Moderator

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    When they repaired your computer what did the say the cause of the crash was? I suspect you can reinstall TM and it will work as it should
     
  5. Defcon

    Defcon Registered Member

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    Does repair mean they reinstalled Windows, or did they just make the pc boot again? Did it have any malware? If you have Windows 7 you should make a restore point before you try to install again, that way you can recover if things go wrong.
     
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