| ---Quote (Originally by Jay Sage)---
|| It's the same AVG error that I reported months ago
|| with a previous build.
| I've had so many problems with AVG (even after several rounds with
| tech support) that I decided to just dump it. I have experienced
| of magnitude more problems because of anti-virus software than I ever
| have with viruses!
| One of the problem was that I could not get it to ignore the problem
| with several of the TCMD builds, and so I kept having to go back to an
| earier build (or to TCMD9 until a TCMD10 build came out that did not
| have the problem).
| ---End Quote---
| You don't have to so far as to revert to an earlier build of TCMD.
| You can tell AVG to ignore the contents of the TCMD installation
| From the AVG control windows, click Resident Shield, then Manage
| Exceptions, then add the TCMD installation directory path using Add
I did that some time ago, and had no further trouble reports. B64 works fine
in that directory, too. I do agree that AVG should revamp their detection
logic, so that we could resume real virus checking in the TCMD directory...