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Can't Disable Active protection in 360 Total Security!

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#1 Abood69


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Posted 13 October 2016 - 09:22 AM

Hello. I don't know if i'm in the wrong section of the forum, but i can't choose which section to put this topic in, well. 

I'm trying to install an program into my friend pc, my antivirus (360 Total Security) is disabling me from installing, well, i tried to disable active protection temporarily, i go to the corner of the desktop. See the file named "Capture" in the attachments 

i open the tray. choose protection: on/off. i press off. and there is no buttons on the screen? WTF? See the file named "Capture1" in Attachments

so how i solve this ? FORGIVE ME IF MY ENGLISH IS BAD.

And sorry i can't uninstall this program. as i said it's not my computer

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Edited by Abood69, 13 October 2016 - 09:24 AM.

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#2 JohnC_21


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Posted 13 October 2016 - 09:58 AM

Your English is fine.


Something is wrong as you should have two buttons on your first image (Exit and Stay Protected). Try the following. In an admin account open 360 Total Security settings. Under the General tab uncheck the box next to 360 Self Protection. You will need to scroll to the bottom as it's the last setting. Open Task Manager and under the Processes tab highlight QHSafeTray and end the process. It will be a bit before the 360 icon in the system tray will no longer be present. 


Try installing the program. To restore 360 Total Security you can either reboot or double click the desktop icon.

#3 Abood69

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Posted 16 October 2016 - 02:10 PM

Hello My Problem Is solved! Thank you JohnC_21 for your post. 

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