This is on Win Vista 32 bit Home Premium SP2.AVG help forum offers these suggestions--AVG Forums users reported AVG requesting restart repeatedly after completing the AVG update process. This issue is likely caused by certain update files could not been renamed for some reason.Please proceed as follows to rectify the situation:1. Navigate to the following folder (some files and folders are hidden by default operating system configuration):C:\ProgramData\avg2012\cfg\…or (if using Windows XP):C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\avg2012\cfg\2. Verify that the updatecomps.cfg.prepare file is present in this folder.3. Delete the updatecomps.cfg file.4. Rename the updatecomps.cfg.prepare to updatecomps.cfg.If the issue is not rectified or if the updatecomps.cfg.prepare file is not present, please run AVG repair installation using the most recent installation package. More information on repairing the AVG installation using a newly downloaded installation package can be found in one of the following FAQ articles, procedure variant 2:c:\ProgramData\avg2013\cfg\ is present, but when I try to delete or rename it it tells me I need "permission." I presume I need administrative rights.How do I get them?
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