In order to manually add updates to your AVG Antivirus, you must save the installer to your computer, then access the Options menu and use the 'Update from folder' option to select the BIN file.
When I downloaded the AVG 2014 FREE version it said my license is not recognized and if this continues to occur I should re install. I will run the removal tool and re-install, but messages like this are exactly what you don't want to see in your antivirus software, eh?
When I tried to open the game the first time yesterday, Origin notified me that my local saves weren't in sync with my cloud saves, and asked whether I would like to sync the local or the cloud saves. Don't know if moving my saves did anything to make the game not work anymore, but yeah.
I've tried: - restarting my computer - repairing the game in Origin - running the game in offline mode - disabling Origin in-game for this product - updating my Nvidia drivers - running both Origin and Inquisition as administrator - adding Inquisition and the launcher to my firewall - disabling my firewall Spoke to a EA technical chat advisor a couple hours ago who looked at my Dx Diag and told me my graphics drivers hadn't been updated since 2013, but turns out he was looking at the info for my Intel driver and not the Nvidia one, which I update fairly regularly.
I haven't uninstalled/reinstalled the game yet as it's a bit tedious (my game was installed from disc) and I won't have the time to let it run for another couple of weeks, so that's my last resort (and I don't know if it'll work).
You should be able to see it if you open your task manager; if necessary you can kill the process there as well. In 1997, the first AVG licenses were sold in Germany and UK. AVG Technologies acquired Exploit Prevention Labs (XPL) in December 2007, and incorporated that company's Link Scanner safe search and surf technology into the AVG 8.0 security product range released in March 2008. In 2006, the AVG security package grew to include anti-spyware, as AVG Technologies acquired ewido Networks, an anti-spyware group.In January 2009, AVG Technologies acquired Sana Security, a developer of identity theft prevention software.This software was incorporated into the AVG security product range released in March 2009.