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  1. This is what it says on the lavasoft website Integrated real-time process protection blocks malicious processes and infected programs that try to start or run on your system, to prevent them from further integration in your system. I belive that it uses a mixture of heuristics and a know bad list to block processes that are thought to be malicious so that they dont install themselfs and other bits onto the computer. Its not an antivirus
  2. strange I am running 64bit version and have not had this at all. what other security software are you running.
  3. alright in that case you are entitled to support direct from lavasoft please go http://www.lavasoft.com/support/supportcenter/
  4. sorry i meant pro plus or free version of adaware
  5. have answerd in the other thread http://www.lavasoftsupport.com/index.php?showtopic=24719 so will lock this one. Please post anyproblems you have in that thread.
  6. Hum what os and which version of adaware? It looks like it may well be worth a look at this post by CalamityJane http://www.lavasoftsupport.com/index.php?s...st&p=100382 I do just have to say you make changes to your registry at your own risk.
  7. can you tell me your operating system and the version of adawre your runnning please
  8. what version of adaware are you using? also what operating system and could you provide details as to what other security software you are using. thanks
  9. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Proxy_server To be honest if you don't know what it is you probably don't need it. have you tried running the update from the start menu? Oh and if you could please tell me which version of adaware AE you are using.
  10. which version of adaware are you using free , pro or plus? Also which operating system. Sounds like the icon your clicking is the install file. you didnt prehaps delete the shortcut by accident thinking you were deleting the install file? see if you can start adaware using the start menu should be under lavasoft.
  11. Give this ago Please use the instructions below. For a 32bit operating system. Go to, (the default installed location) C:\Program Files\Lavasoft\Ad-Aware\drivers\32 Right click on the 'lbd.inf' file and choose install, reboot the computer. For a 64bit operating system. Go to, (the default installed location) C:\Program Files(x86)\Lavasoft\Ad-Aware\drivers\64 Right click on the 'lbd.inf' file and choose install, reboot the computer. Hopefull that will work
  12. im running both without any problems as are many people. What version of adaware are you using free? or one of the paid for ones?
  13. I belive that it does actually tell you what it is on the threatwork window. Its also explained in the help manual.