My avira antivir is not updating outlook updating inbox message
Now, disconnect your system from the Internet, and do not reconnect it again until you have formatted, installed SP3, and have an anti-virus and firewall up and running.
That's why you put all that stuff onto a CD earlier.
And ‘Last update’ under ‘PC Protection’ section shows ‘Not performed’ or that day’s date.
When you click on ‘Fix Problem’, ‘Restore Protection’ dialog pops up and suggests you to ‘Perform Update’, when you click OK, nothing happens or Updater dialog shows Status as ‘Program is up to date.
If there's anything you want to save, you'd best be putting it onto CDs, DVDs, flash drives, or whatever else you can.
I am currently running Norton and Super Antispyware and I can't update either. Before the infection, this was not a problem, all updates were automatic.Things you should NOT do--------------------------------1: Use Internet Explorer2: Use any browser based on Internet Explorer3: Use Outlook or Outlook Express4: Open email attachments you haven't manually scanned with your virus scanner5: Open email attachments you were not expecting, no matter who they appear to be from6: Respond to spam messages, including using unsubscribe links7: Visit questionable websites (e.g.porn, warez, hacking)8: Poke unnecessary holes in your firewall by clicking "Allow" every time some program requests access to the Internet9: Click directly on links in email messages10: Use file sharing or P2P programs11: Use pirated programs Things you SHOULD do-----------------------------1: Use a non-IE or IE based browser2: Always have an up to date virus scanner running3: Always have a firewall running4: Install all the latest security updates (the exception to the no-IE rule)5: Delete all unsolicited emails containing attachments without reading6: Manually scan all email attachments with your virus scanner, regardless of whether it's supposed to be done automatically7: Copy and paste URLs from email messages into your web browser8: Inspect links copied and pasted into your web browser to ensure they don't seem to contain a second/different address Thank you for your help.I don't really do that anymore, so I'll once again say that google is your friend.search for your HOSTS file and rename it with any extension (such as or even rename the file OLDHOSTS) as it is quite likely that this is all that is preventing your accessing the sites assuming you can access other sites on the web.The HOSTS file can be located in the following location windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts assuming that your Windows directory is named Windows and not Winnt or something similar.