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You don't have to remove antivirus programs if they
cause installation problems. To make things much easier in future, you can
learn to disable the program temporarily. Some programs require that
antivirus programs be inactive during installation. I have never heard of
NVDA requiring such and if your antivirus program were blocking it, you should
be notified by the program.
I don't know why you are having this problem but
I'm trying to prevent you from doing a lot of unnecessary work in future if you
think your antivirus program is causing a problem.
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Wednesday, September 07, 2016 11:29 AM
Subject: [nvda] Trouble installing 2016.3
I am having a problem downloading NVDA 2016.3 version on windows 10 64
when I download through NVDA it downloads but does not
when I try to run the setup file manually nothing happens, at all,
not even an UAC message or something.
when I try to update via Ninite it
says the update is not supported.
when I try to install NVDA with ninite
after uninstalling it, Ninite gives me an access is denied error.
have AVG but uninstalled it. I realized the other day there are still backround
processes running even though I uninstalled it with Revo uninstaller making sure
to delete all the leftover files, then going in to regedit and deleting the
entire AVG category... but it still will not install. Older versions work just
fine. It is just 2016.3 that will not work.
I am currently using 2016.1.
I have AVG uninstalled, as well as AVAST.