It is highly advisable to update the signatures from within the antivirus, if possible.
This option is available in the tray context menu of AVG and ensures that the security software compares scan results to an up-to-date signature database, so as to detect both known and recent threats.
Task Manager shows that Inquisition and Activation UI will appear and then disappear, and then the greyed-out Play button in Origin turns orange again.I haven't uninstalled/reinstalled the game yet as it's a bit tedious (my game was installed from disc) and I won't have the time to let it run for another couple of weeks, so that's my last resort (and I don't know if it'll work).I also don't want to lose all my saves, and if I have to copy out my current saves in order to restore them after the reinstall, makes me wonder if that'll break my game again.In order to manually add updates to your AVG Antivirus, you must save the installer to your computer, then access the Options menu and use the 'Update from folder' option to select the BIN file.When I downloaded the AVG 2014 FREE version it said my license is not recognized and if this continues to occur I should re install. I will run the removal tool and re-install, but messages like this are exactly what you don't want to see in your antivirus software, eh?
Patterns updated daily - minimum once, on boot, and every 4 hrs of "on" time after that. The reply from was that ''"There is no infection with the files. Since this issue only appeared with FF v 50 and that change to provide extra download protection support for executables (my last post quoting benefits in Version release materials) FF v 50 is just about guaranteed the cause.