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Avira.oe.systray.exe - System Error


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#1 ry12

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 03:16 AM

Everytime I turn my laptop on I get this error Avira.oe.systray.exe - System Error
I think it could have a virus, how can I remove this?

Thanks in advance



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Posted 17 February 2015 - 05:24 AM

Hi ry12,

 

just found this, worth a try

 

http://winwiki.org/wiki/article.php?kw=Avira.OE.Systray.exe&

 

Good luck 

 

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Posted 17 February 2015 - 11:40 AM

If...Avira is your installed AV, then I would simply uninstall it and replace it with a fresh version that is properly updated.

 

The file seems to be part of the Avira update mechanism.

 

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Posted 19 February 2015 - 08:37 AM

Hi ry12,

 

just found this, worth a try

 

http://winwiki.org/wiki/article.php?kw=Avira.OE.Systray.exe&

 

Good luck 

 

Hedge

Thanks for the link, however I tried that before. It found an error/virus but it won't delete it for me cause I have to pay for the application :P


If...Avira is your installed AV, then I would simply uninstall it and replace it with a fresh version that is properly updated.

 

The file seems to be part of the Avira update mechanism.

 

Louis

Hi Louis,
you're probably right! I can even try another anti-virus to avoid from happening again. I'll see how it goes! thanks






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