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Anti virus message
Topic Started: Nov 8 2011, 09:41 AM (148 Views)
lifesmate
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I keep getting a message pop up from my anti virus telling me that internet explorer has used too much memory and to close it.

NO idea what that means. :lol:
 
jeddy
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when norton does that to me i ignore it. doesn't seem to do any harm x x x x x x
 
lifesmate
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Is so annoying. :lol:
 
frehley
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I could do with knowing the Exact Message - I might be able to help.

:)
 
lifesmate
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Oh blimey..cant remember exactly.

Said something like...avg had detected ie is using something something % of memory and its advised I close it.

It wont let me copy it when it pops up but will try and jot it down.
 
Rusty Bullet
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Always write the exact message down.

Do you use AVG? If so then:

http://forums.avg.com/gb-en/avg-forums?sec...570#post_174570

Open AVG

Go to ->Tools -> Advance Settings -> Appearance -> [uncheck] Display AVG advisor performance.

Or you can safely ignore it.
 
lifesmate
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thanks Rusty...it pops up and then down too fast for me to get exactly what it says. :lol:

The person on the link is having the same problem with firefox so at least I know its something to do with avg itself.


 
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lifesmate
Nov 8 2011, 07:46 PM
thanks Rusty...it pops up and then down too fast for me to get exactly what it says. :lol:

The person on the link is having the same problem with firefox so at least I know its something to do with avg itself.

If you have the new version, then it is a new feature which you can switch off. I suggest you just ignore it, if you have no other problems.
 
lifesmate
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Thanks Rusty will do.

It does tend to slow the computer down a bit when it pops up.
 
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