Avg keeps updating
AVG anti-virus may reject download files when the program can't protect the computer from infection.
AVG is available as a free anti-virus program and as part of a premium Internet security suite that offers enhanced protection.
The file in question may be infected if the other downloads work.
If a file is infected, AVG recommends updating the AVG program and running a full system scan.
While it's possible to install the program if your computer meets the minimum system requirements, AVG recommends running the program on a computer that meets its recommended requirements that are higher than the minimum requirements.
You can view AVG requirements on the company's system requirements webpage.
To add a file exclusion, open AVG settings, click "Expert Settings" under "Computer Protection" and "Antivirus," remove the file extension from the list and click "Apply." AVG can be disabled by right-clicking on the AVG icon from the taskbar and selecting "Temporarily disable AVG protection." Dan Stone started writing professionally in 2006, specializing in education, technology and music.
He is a web developer for a communications company and previously worked in television.
AVG recommends deleting the old versions from your computer to resolve this problem.
As AVG reports, this type of scanning activity does not usually slow your system down.
If you experience slow start-ups, poor system performance or other issues that cause your computer to run slowly, you may have a problem you can fix yourself without contacting technical support.
If there is no "Program Files (x86) " folder, open the Program Files folder.
Delete all the folders with the "AVG" prefix, except the highest-numbered version.