Removing Kaspersky AV

#1
How do you remove Kaspersky AV without loosing your Internet Access?? I figured out the problem. It was the nick cards on my system. I have a EVGA 780i motherboard and I had it configured to combine the nick cards and that was causing the problem. Fix was to uncombine them.

Thomas :cool:
 


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#2
go to Control Panel\ Programs and Features and look for Kaspersky and click on it a then remove
 


#3
Remove

And if you do yhat you will loose your Internet. The only way is to do a clean install. And you will loose everything. :mad:
You can't even format the hard drive. You have to put in an old copy of Windows XP and do a clean install, and that will get rid of everything, Including Windows 7

Thomas:cool:
 


#4
wow, im never using that AV. lol
 


#5
They own you

They own you once you install their software. The only way to get rid of them is to do a compleat clean install and start over. :mad:

Thomas :cool:

I put it on all three os and am rebuilding the first now. Reformating all drives and reinstalling Windows XP, Then a new copy of Windows 7:confused:

As for me I am not going to buy a AntiVirousprogram untill Windows 7 goes to market !! I am not going to pay Kasperskey $ 79.00 for a beta test.

Thomas :cool:
 


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And if you do yhat you will loose your Internet. The only way is to do a clean install. And you will loose everything. :mad:
You can't even format the hard drive. You have to put in an old copy of Windows XP and do a clean install, and that will get rid of everything, Including Windows 7

Thomas:cool:
Who told you all that bull removing the program will not make you lose your internet or make it so you can not format any hard drive . If that did happen to you there is something wrong some where ells
 


#7
I used the Kaspersky Internet Security software suite up until June of 2008 on Windows XP. I uninstalled it when it expired using Add or Remove Programs, then I installed Avira AntiVir. No problems here. I never lost my internet when uninistalling KIS on Windows XP.
 


Jarhead57

New Member
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#8
I used "add/remove" in Win7 to remove Kaspersky Internet Security and didn't lose my internet connection.
 


#9
You might use your internet if you were using it a s a firewall but it should only go for a second or two.
 


whoosh

Cooler King
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#10
You might use your internet if you were using it a s a firewall but it should only go for a second or two.
How about the roll back feature ? I have found roll back handy to repair installed software problems .
 


#11
As for now it is working perfectly, I don't really know what was wrong with it but since I have removed KIS it is working...
 


#12
how do you remove kaspersky av without loosing your internet access?? I figured out the problem. It was the nick cards on my system. I have a evga 780i motherboard and i had it configured to combine the nick cards and that was causing the problem. Fix was to uncombine them.

Thomas :cool:
do it in safe mode. It ill work.
 


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