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Don Pelotas

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  1. That site is down at the moment.
  2. http://www.techrepublic.com/article/window...otect-yourself/ This is a forum for Kaspersky anti-virus, not general Windows issues or tips on how to use it.
  3. http://support.kaspersky.com/common/servic...?el=1464#block1
  4. Two posts removed, one in Italian the other in french. Please post in English or post in the French or Italian sections.
  5. You're not alone. https://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=354807 A user reported a fix should be out sep 5th, IMHO, uninstalling KIS while waiting for a fix is not a stupid idea.
  6. This is a user forum for issues seen with the Kaspersky products, not a place for tips on how to go to court against Kaspersky over a case we in this forum have no way of telling whether true or not. Perhaps contacting Kaspersky support instead will settle this quickly.
  7. Do this: https://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?s=&am...t&p=2561608 I would recommend the second option of unistalling and then installing 2016, the upgrade is free of course.
  8. There is certainly no issue protecting a 64bit OS as well as a 32bit OS with the current version of Kaspersky and the previous versions as well! However in my experience native 64bit applications while sometimes using more memory......although sort of the point of going 64bit and having system with 8, 16 or even 32GB ram....they just feel like using system resources better.
  9. In the main window choose Backup.............you can view the documentation for more info: http://www.kaspersky.com/downloads/documen.../home_user_docs
  10. Be careful what you post, here is no "word" like that.............patch C is in beta as we write this, no firm dates though.
  11. That has got to be a temp issue because it took me less than 30 seconds to download it right now.
  12. Try this tool: http://support.kaspersky.com/common/servic...?el=1464#block1 from safemode.
  13. It's a user forum, the answer to where you can get the answer Kaspersky you seek was already given three weeks ago in post #3.
  14. It's the only way we have a chance to see what might be going on and used for several years in this forum.
  15. It probably is the issue, Kaspersky has never supported beta/preview versions of OS's.
  16. Yes, it would take you back to 8.1. If i may suggest a possible road map for this? 1. Do the factory restore ending up with 8.1. 2. Get all Windows updates until you have the latest W10 ten spec.....yes it will take a few hours, but lots of it will not require much else than several reboots and then searching again for W updates until you have W10 fully up to date, plenty of time to do other things while the pc updates. . 3. If you have an external HD.........Make a backup with the inbuilt backup software in W10 called System image backup, you find it in: Controlpanel > Filehistory > down in the left corner there is a link to System image backup. If you do this you have have a baseline you kan always go back to and start over in a few minutes and be up to date with W10. 4. Now install all your apps and do not install O 2003 at first! Download the latest versions ready for W10 of course and also make sure all the latest drivers from Toshiba gets installed.........now you're ready to install the latest total security 2016. All this of course just a friendly suggestion, but one that will most likely make you much more happy with you pc.
  17. Yes, thats what i have been saying all along, 2003 is NOT certified to run on W10 and at the same time does not receive any updates since it is end of life software before W10 was even released, so it has not recived any updates making it suitable for W10. So you may think there is no problem, when in reality O2003 is a bad choice running W10, it was made for Windows XP 13 years ago. THe bottomline is that i think your issues may be twofold......,.an update gone bad on W10 (the big NOV date) and running software (Office 2003) not made for Windows 10. All this leading me to suggest what i would not even spend 15 minuttes thinking about: Factory restore the Toshiba laptop and start over fresh.
  18. Although i always never worry about things i have no way of changing..............yes, i would would worry a bit. Windows 10 is very very good in my experience (i run on all my three computers) and we have already a substantial amount of users running it in my company, they all like it because it is very stable, so something is up with your windows install. In previous Windows versions we have like most companies waited for when the first service pack arrived before starting to move users to it. No, i'm saying Office 2003 is not made for W10 or even supported so all kinds of strange issues that will never be corrected with an update can be seen. If it was me..........i would make a backup of files etc and then do a factory restore. I can understand why you would be hesitant, but would also be happy to provide you with a step by step guide.
  19. Ok, i can certainly understand that. Actually you have made a major change in those 5 months, the Nov update which is a giant update ....almost like a new OS version, that how MS intends to update from now on instead of releasing new OS'ses that require you install everything new and fresh like when we upgraded to Windows 7 from Vista. Defender is certainly miles better than MSE ever was, it might look like the simplistic AV it was, but in W10 it's a different beast. Anyway, i understand that you think this is too much for you to take in, but you can do one thing fairly easy and that is to uninstall Office 2003 and see if this makes a difference. I'm also sure that the Thoshiba has a restore option that will restore or factory reset so that you start over fresh......if you want i can post step by step guide. I might be a silver surfer myself, but it used to be my day job and i have made lttterally several hundred installs. Anyway up to you, for now you could go with Defender and perhaps trusteer if your bank provides this until you make a decision.
  20. I didn't mean Office 2003 with Kaspersky, it's not for W10 thats what i meant, it can mean any kind of errors in the long run even if it at first looks to be "just fine". Ok, thats strange because one of the errors in your event log says "The speed of processor 0 in group 0 is being limited by system firmware. The processor has been in this reduced performance state for 423 seconds since the last report" We had a similar problem with a pc at work when upgrading to the nov W10 update, it was running Trend Officescan and there was only one thing that fixed it...............format the pc and reinstall W10 with an installer that included the Nov update, then install the latest for W10 drivers. If it was me i would roll back to the point before Nov update and then make sure to uninstall Office 2003.....at least just while trying to figure out what is possibly wrong..... then reinstall the nov update running no AV. Install all drivers again and check the event log both prior and after the install of the nov update.....does it then look more normal? If yes, then install the latest version of Kaspersky and see if the issue returns.
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