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By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.Close Get the HUKD app free at Google Play downloadAllDealsVouchersFreebiesAskMenuSearch ErrorAn error occurred when searching, please try again!AllDealsVouchersFreebiesAskCompetitionsFor Sale / Think again Alan McMahon on NatWest is the worst bank in the WORLD!!! Newsgroups where around before www, if you have used them before visit: www.virginmedia.com/newsgroups for details, it gives you a set-up guide however use: If xNTL: news.cable.ntlworld.com If xBY: text.news.virginmedia.com The two Apparently it's now sorted. 'You don't owe any money,' said Darren. navigate here

Skip to menuSkip to contentWe use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. lol Try getting the file from Microsoft direct : :thumbsup:http://download.microsoft.com/download/e/9/d/e9d80355-7ab4-45b8-80e8-983a48d5e1bd/msicuu2.exeReply7 years, 9 months ago#10ReplyThat didn't work eitherReply7 years, 9 months ago#11Replyhttp://www.virginmedia.com/help/pcguard/ Quote from the above page " How do I cancel Today i have completely reinstalled XP but it still doesnt work. It seems to save everywhere and as my internet connection isn't working at home & i've quickly logged on at work I can't seem to find the removal tool anywhere.

You could ask via their support newsgroups, but as PCGuard is dreadful probably not worth bothering, you could as in their discussion newsgroup, but I'd bet at least 99% of the Thread Tools Search this Thread 19-01-2008, 17:02 #1 Lotus50 Forum Member Join Date: Jan 2008 Posts: 15 PC Guard Problems I want to pull my hair out!!!! I've use Comodo firewall and Avast anti virus.

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Cheers Lotus50 View Public Profile Find More Posts by Lotus50 Please sign in or register to remove this advertisement. 19-01-2008, 17:31 #2 Formula1Mad Forum Member Join Date: Nov Does anyone know if PC Guard would be worth using as well as those two? revo is free think ashampoo as wellReply7 years, 9 months ago#4ReplyI have tried the above and they can't uninstall it either! PDA View Full Version : Virgin media PC guard problems.

Posted by: Richard Browning | September 30, 2009 at 09:30 AM I know this may sound simple but Have you tried, the original password given when you signed up to virgin. Skip to content Skip to navigation Virgin Media My Virgin MediaSign in My Virgin Media Sign out My account My bills My apps Upgrades Service status Virgin TV Anywhere Mobile Your Email went off once for 3 hours; phone went off for a week, but was fixed by an engineer in 5 minutes! Jean5363 on Thinking of shopping at Brighthouse?

  • It seems to save everywhere and as my internet connection isn't working at home & i've… 7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago0Hot0Cold12 CommentsGet DealGet Hi I am having loads
  • the advice I as given is never install two antivirus programmes one one pc, and also i had problems with pc guard and norton when i installed a wireless router, hence
  • Can anyone help?
  • In fact the first time I phoned, late Friday, a clearly bedraggled soul told me: 'Personally, you would be better off installing [the free anti-virus program] AVG.
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  • With Virgin Media you can do all of this and more.
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Posted by: David Clegg | May 06, 2009 at 09:48 PM i was along standing customer of virgin media formerly ntl, the service was fine untill you hit a problem of Server Error Internal server error. An as yet unidentified problem with the server that powers its PCguard security software means, according to the service desk,that most customers are going to find that their firewall, anti-virus, anti-spyware Comment Receive email updates for replies post commentSearch HUKDSearch deals, vouchers, merchants, reviews and more..

Anyone else had this problem? check over here PC Guard includes an anti-virus and firewall product. Richard Browning ** Updated Monday 2 Feb: An official Virgin spokesman has been in touch tosay that this problem is only affecting about 100 customers. 'The situation occurs under certain specific No reply from Virgin as to why so can,t wait till my contract ends Posted by: Sara Murphy | January 03, 2010 at 08:18 PM Graham, I tried everything I could

I'm not keen on their helpline, I prefer to email them; but they sort things out eventually. Or call 0845 454 1111 from any other phone line. Conflict Detector will launch the conflicting application's Setup Wizard. his comment is here Kidorry19-03-2010, 09:19Sorted............

and if you use any other email account besides virgin you still need to use smtp virgin gave you for your emails the pop3 from any other email account is ok. All rights reserved. Anyone?

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calvin&hobbs View Public Profile Find More Posts by calvin&hobbs 19-01-2008, 19:11 #5 Sqweekymare Forum Member Join Date: Mar 2007 Location: West Midlands Posts: 56 Quote: Originally Posted by Formula1Mad I cannot run a virus scan so obviously i am not protected. Having done that, it was all plain sailing from then on. I can't see this being fixed.' Every customer has somehow been given the same licence key (code)so as far as theircomputers are concerned every customeris trying to access more than the

Posted by: Stephen | August 10, 2009 at 12:26 PM Customer services is a joke, they simply are incapable of listening to what you say. Do not try to use two anti-virus or firewall products at the same time. I just tried to download that, & i went through the download wizard, and clicked on finish at the end but then nothing appeared. http://olivettipc.com/problems-with/problems-with-windows-media-6-4.html I have tried going to add/remove programs and its not letting me remove it.

Does anyone have, or has had, the same problem? Posts: 7,120 The advice people give is don't let PCGuard anywhere near your PC, there are plenty of free and better software out there. Not Found The requested URL /haveyoursay/topic.asp was not found on this server. Think again Lionel on Thinking of shopping at Brighthouse?

I just feel like throwing my pc out the window!! dancer 1 on The Gourmet Society Dining Card: Is it any good? Find More Posts by TheFirstCut 19-01-2008, 19:10 #4 calvin&hobbs Forum Member Join Date: Oct 2006 Location: Birmingham Posts: 1,125 Quote: Originally Posted by Formula1Mad Sorry m8, i'd love to waddler820-03-2010, 12:22I had endless BSOD with that evil program.

I can't see my self ever using any Virgin product or service again. Posted by: Elizabeth Browning | March 23, 2009 at 02:12 PM Avoid Virgin at all costs. It's absolutely free. Find and share the best deals, promotional codes and vouchers from on and off the web.HUKD StatsNow Online:20,876Record Users:105,027Total Members:1,634,683Threads:2,101,019Posts:25,782,435HUKD NetworkBitterwalletPlaypenniesHolidayPiratesVoucherboxWareableStay in ContactTwitterFacebookRSS FeedContact UsSubscribe to HUKD NewsletterGet the hottest deals

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The quicker i get rid of Virgin Media the better! Funny that. Saturday PS: Dashed-off at speed Saturday PS: Down to their last excuse Saturday PS: I heard it through the pipeline Saturday PS: Don't get the breeze up Saturday PS: The four And the only way to fix it, I'm told,is to log in toVirgin's remote help where someone from Virgin can then log into your computer and sort it for you -

I should receive all the services that PC Guard offers as i am on a high level package. She basically blamed it all on my PC, and said there was nothing she could do!