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Jopa66
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Since latest update to 21.6, I keep getting this error. The UI does seem to restart itself no problem but leaves this message on the desktop along with an abandoned icon in the system tray.

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Hello @Jopa66

Welcome!

Please share with us: 

  1. OS version & build
  2. Kaspersky Free full version & patch(x), x = letter, on the Windows taskbar or hidden icons, rightclick the Kaspersky icon, select About
  3. An image of the "abandoned icon"? 
  4. Are there any related errors/events in Kaspersky Reports
  5. Have you tried uninstalling Kav Free, saving License information only, & doing a clean install - note, before doing this please check a new installer is available to download

Please let us know? 

Thank you🙏

Flood🐳+🐋

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Hello... sorry, was away in hospital for a couple of days.

1. OS - Windows 7 Home Premium SP-1

2. Kaspersky Free v.21.6.7.351

3. N/A - after incident there are two Kaspersky icons in system tray. Pointing with mouse, one will disappear.

4. See attached log

5. Not yet. This version was an auto update about a week ago.

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OK. This is getting quite frustrating. Was hoping to get some kind of help in these forums but, as no one has replied back I seem to be on my own.

@Flood and Flood's wife

5. Have you tried uninstalling Kav Free, saving License information only, & doing a clean install - note, before doing this please check a new installer is available to download

1. Uninstalled the app after downloading new installer. NOTE: new installer is version 21.3 which is what I had before the automatic update to v.21.6

2. downloaded and ran KAV removal tool. kavremvr.exe

3. Downloaded and ran Kaspersky Virus removal tool. KVRT.exe

4. Rebooted system as required but installation fails. I now have no Antivirus protection.

5. I can revert back to Macrium daily backup which will at least give me back protection until I decide on a new AV solution. I prefer to stay with Kaspersky. I would appreciate any help you can offer.

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Hello @Jopa66

Thank you for posting back!

You're not on your own, however, all who participate here in the Community, do so on a voluntary basis (apart from Kaspersky staff) & no-one is online 24hrs a day, 

It appears Kaspersky has begun a partial, staggered distribution, that's the reason we advised checking the v.21.6 installer was available for download, before removing the new installation. 

  1. Regarding the new 1606 error, before you did any of the procedures you've listed, did you create a System restore point
  2. Use the System File Checker tool to repair missing or corrupted system files, please let us know the outcome?  

Thank you🙏

Flood🐳+🐋

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Thanks for getting back.

Did not create a system Restore Point. I prefer Macrium nightly system backups.

Just did system restore from last night's backup. Will run System file checker and get back. I am back to v21.6

Browsing nightly backups, I would need to go back to July 3 or 4 to get v21.3 back. Don't think I want to do that.

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BTW - Various Internet solutions to fix Error 1606 by using regedit to manipulate Shell Folders in the registry did not work. Will run SFC tomorrow. Too tired right now.

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@Flood and Flood's wife

Ran chkdsk  then SFC after reboot. Attached file is SFC report. CBS log is quite large and quite confusing. Can upload if you like.

@Berny

Original post has the most common error I'm seeing. It comes randomly - possibly when the app updates the defs. There was maybe one other error which I did not capture. Do you know a tool to test .NET framework?

@Anton Mefodys

Yes. Good suggestion. For now, I'll wait and see if SFC may have solved the original .NET error issue. If I do have to re-install, I will try to go this route but it means going back to v21.3

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3 hours ago, andrew75 said:

Also run in a command prompt run as administrator:

DISM /Online /Cleanup-Image /ScanHealth

And then run again:

sfc /scannow

Thank you. And for the .NET tool

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Hello again. I am cautiously optimistic. Have not received any error messages after yesterday's barrage of "fixes". I still have the new v21.6 Will post again if any more issues. Thanks to everyone who offered assistance.

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  • 2 weeks later...

I found this somewhere:

Please examine the web.config file and look for the following line:
<identity impersonate="true" username="youruserid" password="yourpassword">
If you find the line, please remove the username and password parameters. You can also try to comment out the line.
Next, disable any antivirus/security software activity over the “Temporary ASP .NET Files” folders .C:\Windows\Microsoft.NET\Framework\v?.?.?????\Temporary ASP.NET Files".

 

Check with this,
John

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