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avgidsha.sys error fix

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#1 SpleenBeGone


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Posted 11 June 2016 - 09:42 PM

Use F8 to get boot options, or a windows recovery disk. 

Go to recovery options, open command prompt

type "notepad" and hit enter. Notepad opens.

File>open navigate to Windows\System32\drivers

find avgidsha.sys and the other avg.sys files around it. Right click>delete for each

Navigate to Program Files (x86) delete the AVG folder





#2 AdrianG001



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Posted 11 December 2019 - 05:38 AM

try the below steps to get this issue fixed.

1. Please boot your computer.
2 .Tap on F-12 key continuously while booting your computer.
3. Then Go to BIOS Set up and follow the below steps.
          a. System Configuration
   i. SATA Operation  (should be on AHCI)
   ii.Switch to “ATA”
      1. Hit “Apply” button then, click on “Exit” button
  iii.Then, reverse change (re-select) on restart to “AHCI”.

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