My thanks to Alan May 6 2012 for fixing my AVG update problem.I had figured out that Zonealarm was the culprit but couldnt see any instances in the program control section of AVG installer being blocked.
I have been using Avira Antivir free edition for some time now with no problems. I tried to manually update several times to no avail.After an unusually long time it just hangs and then I get an error message. I even went to their web site and read the forums there and found out this is an ongoing problem with their update servers. I use to consider this software an excellent free anti-virus program but no more.Error: APR does not understand this error code[UPDLIB] [ERROR] No other server...[UPD] [ERROR] Generation of update structure failed. Summary:******** 0 Files downloaded 0 Files installed The update failed! Go offline, uninstall, install the latest then let it update.As with the free antivirus ALL of them will fail to update at one time or another. Anyone can help/..specific situation.types of operating systems you're trying to install Avira on, or the makes and models of the computers, or the exact VERSION of Avira you're attempting to use.. Instead of updating try the old way of removal then installing the latest. It is very likely that it does not need any further discussion and replying to it will serve no purpose.If you can't accept this then move on to something that you can get support for. Anyone can help/If you have Zone Alarm Free Firewall and you have recently updated it this may be worth trying. Do the computers also have other antivirus programs installed? However, if you feel it is necessary to make a new reply, you can still do so.
Bob Like the other guy stated try uninstalling and then reinstall and see if it updates then. I have had this problem for the past month, and have finally solved it. If so, uninstall all other AV products except for Avira. i Phone 8: Everything we know so far This is all the i Phone 8 reports and rumors in one place.Then scroll along and click on any red crosses (Deny) and change them to green ticks (Allow). scans for both malware and performance issues, and even catches malicious downloads before they reach your PC.I use to use AVG and if this problem persists I'm going to try the new version that is out.First, remember where the Avira servers are and as such, time your updates when the rest of the world is not online.. Second, it's also fairly easy to manually update Avira by clicking on the link below, then click on the "Download IVDF (Unicode)" link in the middle of the page, then download the update file (it's a file) to your desktop.Once any identified malware threats are spotted and removed, try the AVG Anti Virus update again.