Avira 10/12 was installed in my system

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This one popped up as soon as Avira 10/12 was installed in my system. I see it with or without GA in VM.

It stopped only when I removed Avira.

Here are some info that might help you guys understands my situation:

Virtualbox 4.1.6 r74727

Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit Kernel 3.1.1

Windows XP 32-bit SP3

Avira is obviously the main cause, but I’d like to run it without getting an error message.

How do I do that?

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Answered By 10 points N/A #152213

Avira 10/12 was installed in my system


That is a blue screen error and you can fix it using the following steps:

  1. On your computer, click Start, and then click Control Panel. You can as well click go to Settings, and then click Control Panel.
  2. In Control Panel, you will need to double-click Problem Reports and Solutions. Or you can as well click System and Maintenance, and after that click Problem Reports and Solutions.
  3. In Problems Reports and Solutions, in the Tasks pane, you will need to click Check for new solutions. Windows will look for solutions to problems.
  4. A message may show up saying No new solutions found. You will need to click Close. Or, if  you see any links under Solutions to install or Information about other problems, you will need to click each of the links and then follow the steps provided to solve those problems.



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