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    Kaspersky Problem

    I have just installed kaspersky 7 on a new machine and every few minutes windows tells me that it is turned off, then a message appears saying that Application Launch Failed and then kaspersky restarts. I have updated to the latest version but still the same problem. does anyone know how to fix this?

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    Re: Kaspersky Problem

    yep - ditch Kapersky and get a decent app.
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    Re: Kaspersky Problem

    There's a lot of people around here (myself included) who rate Kaspersky pretty highly - any particular reason for your comment Giraffe?

    Crazyfool - can you supply some more specifics: OS, anything else in that error, anything logged in your application log?

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    Re: Kaspersky Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Giraffe View Post
    yep - ditch Kapersky and get a decent app.
    Kaspersky has one of the best virus protection etc available a lot of other comapnies use their engine and brand it as their own. It is less system hogging than most so what do you suggest?

    I use Kaspersky V7 and have had not issues in use or performance.
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    Re: Kaspersky Problem

    IIRC there was an issue recently with an update that caused this to happen.

    Ahh yeah - here's the link to the info

    Update glitch derails Kaspersky | Channel Register

    I'd check with kaspersky support to get the fix

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    Re: Kaspersky Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Splash View Post
    There's a lot of people around here (myself included) who rate Kaspersky pretty highly - any particular reason for your comment Giraffe?
    It (and Norton) seem to 'use' a lot of resources and almost dictate what one may do.
    A lot of forums answer the same, especially with Norton.

    If I had to have one of the two I'd choose Kapersky.
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    Re: Kaspersky Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Giraffe View Post
    It (and Norton) seem to 'use' a lot of resources and almost dictate what one may do.
    A lot of forums answer the same, especially with Norton.

    If I had to have one of the two I'd choose Kapersky.
    I've moved to Kaspersky AV 7 from Fsecure, Avast! and Avira, and I find that once configured correctly it's pretty lightweight in comparison.

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    Re: Kaspersky Problem

    although F-Secure uses the Kaspersky Engine
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    Re: Kaspersky Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Giraffe View Post
    yep - ditch Kapersky and get a decent app.
    What an stupid comment that helps no-one.

    Email Kaspersky and they will help you. Their tech support is great.
    Last edited by Blitzen; 25-01-2008 at 05:43 PM.

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