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KarDip

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  1. Hi @dnewhous As well as above posts. Try this Link http://ftp.hp.com/pub/softpaq/sp56001-56500/sp56168.exe See if you can reinstall over top of existing driver to UPDATE. Also was the MALWARE already in you desktop before you installed Kaspersky? As you state in your original post that you installed “cheap antivirus” This could be FATAL for your device if yes. Any case try that Link to re-install PS2 Drivers. Thank you.
  2. Hi @Ivo Beran Please contact Kaspersky Support. https://my.kaspersky.com Thank you.
  3. Hi @JILEMB Welcome As well as, Please follow these simple instructions. https://help.kaspersky.com/KSOS/ManagementConsole/en-US/96933.htm Thank you.
  4. Hi @Tomas65 Please take a look at<>Help URL Below<>Using the application from the command prompt. https://help.kaspersky.com/KSOS/7.0/en-US/83989.htm Thank you.
  5. Hi @Volker.Frsot Please take a look in below “renewal” URL Link. https://usa.kaspersky.com/renewal-center/vsb Thank you.
  6. Hi @Zoomer As well as above Moderator posts. Here is some tips in improving your protection with Zoom. We have been using Zoom in our small Online Conferences, it is okay but has a lot of “security flaws” especially with “links” to Facebook with “no-encrypted" links which creates leaks etc. Latest security flaws, Zoom is leaking https://www.theverge.com/2020/3/31/21201956/zoom-leak-user-information-email-addresses-photos-contacts-directory Kaspersky daily blog 10 tips improve security. https://www.kaspersky.com/blog/zoom-security-ten-tips/34729/ Thank you.
  7. Hi @Moli I love good news, thanks for taking the time letting us know it is solved. Thank you
  8. Hi @Moli I would try this, go to system preferences, and remove your malicious “profile” reboot then create a new profile in Users & Groups . Thank you.
  9. Hi @Nurad95 Please can you "send" that "gsi log" to Kaspersky Support by creating a "report" to Kaspersky Support. Also send image of Chrome "alert" https://my.kaspersky.com/en https://help.kaspersky.com/KSMG/1.0/en-EN/100269.htm Thank you.
  10. Hi @Nurad95 Did you re-login to Kaspersky with plugin disabled? Did Chrome detect same? password exposed? Thank you.
  11. Hi @Nurad95 Also can you do a test with the Kaspersky Chrome Plugin "enabled" and "disabled" Does Chrome detect same action in both? Thank you.
  12. Hi @Nurad95 Maybe try uninstall Chrome then reinstall Chrome 64bit version. Also do a GSI Log https://support.kaspersky.com/common/diagnostics/3632?_ga=2.245158786.661792544.1556616443-1107685739.1536300880#block7. Thank you.
  13. Hi @Nurad95 Please take a look at the below URL for instructions to reset your Kaspersky account Password. https://support.kaspersky.com/common/start/13906#block5 https://help.kaspersky.com/KPC/1.0/en-US/96933.htm Thank you.
  14. Hi @Project NY Okay so have you tried login to https://my.kaspersky.com Go to “devices” then “manage” {name of pc} when the popup opens right at the bottom right hand side “disconnect device” Then reboot pc and try activate again. Thank you
  15. Hi @coverland Just log-in to https://my.kaspersky.com/ then go to “devices” then “add new device” See image. Or can try these Kaspersky instructions. https://support.kaspersky.com/common/buy/13030 Thank you.
  16. Hi @willian Have a go here<>http://www.spamhaus.org/ Thank you.
  17. Hi @releone anGuys, as well as above posts. You can still get Microsoft Windows10 for free by doing this download. Create Windows 10 installation media https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows10?ranMID=24542&ranEAID=0JlRymcP1YU&ranSiteID=0JlRymcP1YU-SHyAG2mhXw1T5PaAtU.BvA&epi=0JlRymcP1YU-SHyAG2mhXw1T5PaAtU.BvA&irgwc=1&OCID=AID2000142_aff_7593_1243925&tduid=(ir__nff9ofrg3gkftki6kk0sohzize2xlamfk1okfq3q00)(7593)(1243925)(0JlRymcP1YU-SHyAG2mhXw1T5PaAtU.BvA)()&irclickid=_n Okay you can still re-instsall windows 7 ISO Filefrom here, https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/software-download/windows7 Make sure you have your original Windows 7 key Code then download it to a 4GB Flash Drive and store it for later date, if Windows 7 ISO file crashes on you, you can just reboot re-install. Thank you I Edited original post as it crashed. ModKarDip
  18. Hi all, as well as above posts. This information in below URL is for active Kaspersky users wondering how to figure this above post out about “incompatible software” when trying to enable Virtualization in Computers. https://support.kaspersky.com/us/common/safemoney/13713#block1 Also, for Kaspersky users who do not mind doing a bit of ground work to get Kaspersky 2020 Virtualization Software in machines to work correctly. If you are still having issues please contact support. https://my.kaspersky.com/ Thank you.
  19. ​ Hi @Deedeesween Please contact Kaspersky support. https://usa.kaspersky.com/about/contact Thank you. ​
  20. Hi @Deedeesween, Welcome. As well @Berny post. You don’t say what Kaspersky Security you are using? How many employees do you want to track? Do you want to track just on mobile devices? Are you using the correct Kaspersky Security for your business? A little more information would be great as we are not mind readers. Thank you.
  21. Oh @Andy okay, said 9 days in the menu must been a browser malfunction, so sorry about that.
  22. Hi @Era if your Kaspersky Licence is still “active” meaning has not “expired” you will be okay to just reinstall Kaspersky and then just re-activate your existing Licence Key.
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