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    WMcQueen
    Participant

    If the suggested options
    1. Create an exception for NV2
    2. Whitelist NV2

    don’t work, then temporarily disable AVG by right-clicking on the AVG icon. Download and Run the latest version.

    It was only when I disabled AVG that I had any luck in getting NewViews to download and install.

    #19415

    MSchappler
    Moderator

    That method works.

    The easiest method for AVG and other third party virus software programs is to install the program and when prompted that the program may be or is a potential risk, is to select More Options which allows you to create an exception and thus allow the program to run while the virus software is monitoring the system.

    This is a general rule regardless if the program is NewViews or any other type of trusted software.

    Regards to all,

    Martin

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