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It is possible to have more than one anti-virus on your hard drive, as long as only one of these provides active protection, and you can turn the other completely off to avoid application conflicts and sluggishness. Although I recently dropped AVG8, I remember that you could disable each module separately if you didn't mind the subsequent nagging.
Remember though, that very often one AV will consider the other's virus definitions to be malware, so you must be very careful to follow the path of the candidated file.
Since there are many good on-line AV scanners available, you can "doublecheck" your resident AV without have the problems associated with carrying another AV on your hard drive.
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