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After the last version update, there have been many reports of this problem. Some of us were able to get this back to normal by manually updating the defs via the UI’s “Check” function. For good measure, a PC “Restart” (not shut-down – startup) may be needed.
Ttail’s quote from April 17, 2020, 07:57:57 Automatic update is the only option for AMI. Streaming is not an option. I’ll give streaming a shot as well. UTC +10 is the time zone. Streaming updates is supposed to be the norm (only when virus updates are enabled), so I’m not sure why yours is turned off (user modified perhaps)? I would recommend that you allow it because you will receive regular, small updates (3KB or less), which will keep your virus database up to date until the next Engines and Virus Definitions update.
Periodic scanning – turn on or off in windows 10
Boot-Time Scan is a more advanced feature that you can use when you suspect a threat in your device. It takes a long time to run. It does not run on a normal or automatic basis. It must be manually scheduled to run when necessary.
You must first decide how Boot-Time Scan would react to detected threats before scheduling and running it. This article also discusses general Boot-Time Scan settings, including how to specify scan sensitivity and which issue types are detected by Boot-Time Scan.
You can either allow or disable automatic actions in Boot-Time Scan to determine the action(s) it takes when it detects a danger. When you use automatic actions, Boot-Time Scan performs your required action(s) on all detected threats automatically. If you disable automatic actions, you will be asked to choose an action for each identified threat during the Boot-Time Scan.
The scan takes several minutes on average, but the time depends on your system’s speed and the number of files to be scanned. Windows continues to boot up after the scan is finished or skipped.
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INDEPENDENT support for online scanners (URL/File/Java/others) (chat for Windows, Windows apps, and many other things), Simply state the issue/ask your question in the channel and wait. NO SECURITY TOOL PROTECTS A SYSTEM FROM A USER’S DUMBNESS.
Hello, Bob. I’m using the trial version. The free version does not have any support. I attempted to contact customer service. It was previously permitted, but not any longer. When I sent an email, I received a no-reply message stating that for the free edition, only the forum is the solution center. Have you tried updating the boot definitions on your end?
Hello, BOB. Have you attempted to run the boot scan definitions and have they completed in the same session? You have not responded in this regard. If you say it’s finished the session, then it’s my machine that’s having problems.
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It is recommended that you install specialized definitions before running a boot-time search. A horizontal line travels back and forth when you press the button, possibly to signify that these meanings are being installed. This weekend, I tried it on two computers: an HP laptop and a Dell desktop. The line was still moving in both cases several hours later – in fact, for the majority of the day. It’s difficult to believe it will take this long. Finally, I gave up waiting and just ran the boot-time search, which found problems in both cases. However, there’s a chance it might have discovered more issues if the definition installation had ended. So, what really is going on here? Is it true that installing these specialized definitions takes more than a day? Or, more likely, it was caught in some loop or just doing nothing, as I suspect. Is there a way to repair it?
a quotation However, there’s a chance it might have discovered more issues if the definition installation had ended. Have you run a complete scan with PUP detection (default off) which found problems in both cases? What was discovered… PUPs?