Since there were "some pirated versions
", which are commonly accompanied by malware, floating about on the system, you need to be sure there aren't any remains of that software and any malware. And stay away from pirated software!
Pirated anyting for that matter. You need to be sure the system is clean. If there is malware on the system, then trying to do anything besides getting rid of the malware is an exercise in futility.
You'll need at the least, these two applications:Malwarebytes Anti-Malware
you can get it at Download.com
also available at Download.com
Install and run Malwarebytes, let it update and run a quick scan(the default) in Windows normal mode. If it finds anything and tells you it needs to reboot to finish, let it do so, and then you'll have to start a new thread in the Am I infected? What do I do?
forum so you can identify any malware and be rid of it.
Whether Malwarebytes finds anything wrong or not, you should still install and run SUPERAntiSpyware. Let it update and then run a scan. If SUPERAntiSpyware finds anything wrong then again it's off to Am I infected? What do I do?
If you have to start a thread in the "Am I infected? What do I do?" forum, you'll need to explain what you're trying to do, what you've done and any error messages you've received. You'll need to be concise in your explanation too, but don't post any logs unless asked to do so.
Once you're sure the system is clean and since you've now tried to install AVG, you'll need to download the AVG Removal Tool(Uninstaller)
. Make sure you download the correct version for your OS(32bit or 64bit). Run it, when it asks to reboot, do so.
I was wrong about the "Topic Starter" in the thread I referred you to in my earlier post. He/she did state they were trying to install Avira Antivir Personal Edition.
So, try download Antivir again from either Avira
Then try to install Antivir again. When you see a check box titled "subscribe as a user
", make sure it is not
That static IP address you set up may be part of the problem too. If so, hopefully someone more knowlegeable will step in and give a hand.
BTW, from where did you download Antivir and AVG the first time around?