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Cant install the patch, files are missing...cant install Bit Defender as there are still files/registry entries left (after using the uninstall tool).
Do I get this right that I was lucky only the files loaded into memory got quarantined? If the computer was running for a longer time and went into complete system scan, BD would have quarantined (or in worst case even removed) every single file it would have checked?
And to all the ****** who want a refund or want to sue or whatever other BS, PUH-LEEEASE!! In most (if not all) cases, you screwed your system up yourself (because you dind't bother to read up on the problem or contact BD for assistance) by restoring, uninstalling BD and so on. Yes, this is a nuisance and we all wasted a…
bump. Windows probably repaired itself after a reboot so it already restored the files Bitdefender moved to quarantine. So now Bitdefender isnt able to restore them because Windows wont let BD replace files that are needed for windows. But that should be no problem.
I'm downloading Firefox for the second time - it was trashed a few hours ago. Then, I'm going to download BitDefender again...it too was trashed. Good luck with reinstalling Bitdefender. I booted in safe mode and deleted all the stuff I could find, still Bitdefender refuses to install because if finds stuff from the old…
I was able to get up and running again using Win 7 restore. However, I have a bunch of files in my quarantine list (including many system files). What should I do with these? When I attempt to restore, BD tells me that the files already exist. Should I just ignore this quarantine list? Will it clear itself up? Windows will…
Luckily I am back up with not too many problems. I am not sure if I ever want to install Bitdefender again, but right now this is not even an option. I cant repair or install Bitdefender because some files are locked and neither I nor Bitdefender are able to delete them (including the uninstaller).