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Using any of the Antivirus software is no guarantee that they keep your PC clean. I am not an antivirus expert, but when a virus can breach your system, then there is the chance too it could hide itself from the Antivirus software(s). E.g. There are a lot of rootkits out there which you can't remove, because they integrated your system such a low level. ...
Due to the intrusive and stealthy nature of viruses, your best option is probably to reinstall the OS. Back up any necessary files (Only take what is ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY, as the virus can replicate using most files and file types, and you don't know the exact location or spread of the virus), and wipe the HDD. Reinstall the OS, and move from there. ...
You may need to try the Combofix tool next. It's a very powerful tool, so make sure you have backups of your important data. It works on Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8; make sure you run it as an Administrator though. This tool goes through many more checks than typical anti virus programs DISCLAIMER: I only use this product, I do not help develop it or receive ...
You should exclude your program from AVG scanning. You can see how to do this here Open the AVG program. Double-click the Resident Shield component. Click the Manage exceptions button. In the newly opened dialog, please click either the Add Path or the Add File button to add the needed exception. Click OK to confirm the changes.
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