AVG 7.5 'possible' problem

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For some time now I've experienced application programs 'freezing' at
random When subsequently trying to close and exit from such events
windows  then reports  that  'the program is not responding'.

At first I couldn't pin it down but just recently I installed AVG 7.5
onto a rarely used laptop that I have and immediately I experienced
identical problems. However on a reboot everything became normal again.

I then realised that my 'freezing' problems on my desktop probably
occurred around the time I installed AVG 7.5  onto it - unfortunately
uninstalling AVG hasn't cured the fault.

Has anyone else experienced similar behaviour ?

Alan


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alansd wrote:
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Sure have, and I am using AVG 7.5  -  error reporting does nowt!

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On Mon, 19 Mar 2007 09:26:52 -0000, "Lofty."


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What does that sentence mean?

"nowt"?

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Pegleg@usnavyret.mil says...
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English dialect.
Nowt - nought - nothing
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If you don't want the whelks don't muck 'em about
If you don't want them someone else may

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Ayatollah Yootweiss Al-Reddi wrote:
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More correctly 'nowt' is Yorkshire. I know
because my mother-in-law is a Yorkshire lass.

It seems the Yorkshire dialect is nothing
like English as Australians and Americans
think of English. But then they probably
think that of us!

Andreas Krokene

http://mail-my-family.biz

PS Owt for nowt

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Yorkshireisms

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Andreas Krokene wrote:

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Using "more correctly" and "Yorkshire" in the same sentence sounds like
a recipe for an oxymoron.

(gd&r)

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In article <45ff44ad$0$17580$5a62ac22@per-qv1-newsreader-
01.iinet.net.au>, fiction-writes-well@i-dont-exist.com says...
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Yes, I meant "an English dialect", not "the dialect that is
English".

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When I want to confuse foreigners, I go into pure Bristolese.
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If you don't want the whelks don't muck 'em about
If you don't want them someone else may

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 I'm from  Cumbria and we do the 'nowt' bit as well
but there's 'nowt' in this about the AVG problem. :-))
Back to the drawing board !!  :-))

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Andreas Krokene wrote:
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If there ever does owt for nowt the do it for theesen. (yourself)

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Pegleg wrote:
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Ah! An american.   Sorry - old English for "nothing" particaulary in the
North of England


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Lofty. wrote:
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Whoops - must use spellcheck

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Lofty. wrote:
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Naw, most of us just figured it was some more of that weird English
spelling.

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