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AVG does it again: Windows 7 users crash with another bad update


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Web security company AVG has issued an apology to its customers after its most recent update caused a significant number of Windows 7 crashes.

The update in question, 3292, caused a number of systems running on the Windows 7 64 platform to become bricked and continuously reboot and has since been pulled by the anti-virus providers.

"AVG has identified a potential conflict between one of our recent updates (3292) and a significant number of systems running on the Windows 7 64-bit platform.

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