I have once installed the AVG internet security 9.0 antivirus. It was trial version for 30 day. After it was expired, I have downloaded the same antivirus. But when I am installing it is giving the error 'The Licence has expired'. It is the trial version. Why it is giving error ? Can we install the trial version only one time ? Is there any problem with my computer ? How to solve the above issue? How to remove the error ? Can anybody help me please
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You generally cannot install a trial version over an expired trial.
Almost every trial program I know of leaves behind some data to say that a trial version expired and that bit of data can be difficult to find.
If you do install a new trial over an old one then it's not really a trial, it's more of a monthly update isn't it? Why not just use the free version of AVG? http://free.avg.com/gb-en/homepage
The general idea with trial versions is that you use them for 30 days or whatever and then if you want to continue using them you buy the full version.