Avira Anti-virus is not working

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The problem I would like to share with you today is about my anti-virus Avira. I always get the same error notification. I need to restart to check if this performs for at this moment. But I can't work without anti-virus security, which is precisely what is occurring to me currently with my Avira.

Avcenter.exe Bad Image




CTL32.dll is either not designed to run on windows or it contains 

an error.Try installing the program again using the original 

installation media or contact system administrator or the 

software vendor for support

I urgently need your help and support about this issue. And I would like to show gratitude in advance for your time and support.

Best Answer by Carl Jack
Answered By 0 points N/A #144928

Avira Anti-virus is not working



This is maybe cause of a not license software that has been updated. You can fix this by doing a procedure called system restore to do this go to start in the search box type system restore and then hit enter.

System Restore

From here select a restore point when where your computer is still running in good condition.

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Answered By 10 points N/A #144929

Avira Anti-virus is not working


Hello Jason,

First of all, you will need to try restarting your computer. A simple reboot sometimes fixes the bad image error, and therefore you should try that.

It could also be due to a virus attack on your computer, and therefore you will need to do the following to eliminate the virus:

  • First, you will need to perform a full scan of your system with the antivirus software you have and see if you will be able to catch any malicious programs that may be causing that issue, and then remove them.
  • If the error still persists after you perform the scan, you will need to try a system restore to get rid of the changes you might have made to the computer that are causing that issue.



Answered By 0 points N/A #195877

Avira Anti-virus is not working


This error can usually be fixed by just rebooting your computer. Just in case it doesn't work, run your System File Checker. It will replace all the damaged versions of files on your OS with a new version. Just simply run the Command Prompt, and then type the command below:

Sfc /scannow and then press the Enter key.

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