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When I open Avira's main window, the Active Guard says that it's deactivated for less than a second then suddenly activates. The umbrella icon in the taskbar is always open and it never says it's deactivated. Is this normal or is there a problem?
Also, when I was updating Avira, when it was about to install the updates, I lost Internet connection.It wasn't updated but It didn't say any errors. The next day I was able to update successfuly. I'm concerned if the updated files are corrupt because of the failed update.
I believe nigglesnush85 means you update the Anti-Virus Software yourself by opening the Program Interface and finding the Update Button probably somewhere in tools or you should be able to right click on Avira in the Icon Tray at the bottom and select Update.
An incomplete file, or an interrupted file, will not be on your hard drive, and hence will not be found by Antivir when it next reminds you that your definition file needs updating. You can confirm this by looking in Antivir's Reports for the date and time when your download was interrupted. Regards, John
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