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Feb 27, · Re: Avast! Free AV Will Not Activate. Even if you seem to have downloaded the free version, you are wrong saying that there is no difference between the downloaded contents of the “Free” and “Premium” version (1) and that the free version contains all or . Jan 07, · First, download Avast Free Antivirus. Double click the Avast icon on your desktop. On the Avast interface, go to settings; Then click subscription; Select registration information; Click insert activation code; Enter valid Avast license key. Use the license key from the once provided on the page. Finally, click OK to confirm. Avast Antivirus License File. Ensure that your Avast Account is linked to the Avast subscription that you are trying to activate. For more information, refer to the following article: Linking an Avast subscription to your Avast Account; If you are still unable to activate your subscription, you can click the link below to open the Avast Technical Support form. After you submit the request, an Avast Support agent will contact you to help resolve .
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Feb 10, · Up at the top of this window it says, “Add your Avast subscriptions in one of two ways” and you choose either, “Log into your Avast account” or “Enter a valid activation code.” None of these options are supposed to be required for getting a yearly activation of the Free AV product. Feb 27, · Broken Avast installation – Avast installation may have gone corrupt due to many different things but, luckily, Avast has provided several things you can do to resolve the problem such as repairing it or performing a clean install.; Avast Antivirus service not running properly – If there are problems with its main service, you can simply restart it and check to see if the problem is resolved. Jun 11, · Run Avast Antivirus and go directly to the ‘My licenses’ option. Once you click on ‘My license’, you will see the message ‘Enter activation code. Copy and Avast Premier Key from an authentic website and paste it there. Then press ‘OK’ and your antivirus will be activated.
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Avast community forum. Home Help Search Login Register. Author Topic: Avast! Member Posts: Ladies and Gentlemen, My subscription for Avast! Antivirus Free expired back in the Fall of and it has never reactivated. Every day at least I get a pop-up telling me that my subscription has expired. I click the button that is supposedly meant to initiate the process of reactivation which brings up another window offering me a choice between the premium and free antivirus versions.
I select the free version and then I get another window offering me a free trial of premium which I decline. Next day, same thing. I should be able to go to the My Subscriptions tab in the user interface and see a subscription to Avast! Free AV and how many days remain in the yearly subscription. I see none of that. There is no Upgrade Now button. How about getting one? A few days ago I got so sick of the process that I downloaded the latest version of Avast! Free AV the offline full installer and installed it over my existing version.
I have read that installation of the latest version is necessary for activation success but it made no difference. Exact same behavior. Then I used the Avastclear utility in safe mode to remove everything and then reinstalled from the same new version download. Except for taking way longer to update, this had no effect. No activation. What am I supposed to do? The product will not activate by itself and it offers me no provision to do it manually.
Free AV for around ten years with no activation problems. Thank you for your time and attention. Win 8. BCi [UI. Hi igotyerna, I am sorry for your troubles. Activation works just fine in both released builds and the one I am currently testing before release.
Your case will be specific in some way, please use our support tool to collect logs and send them to me jiri. Asyn, thank you for the response. This is the first article I read when trying to figure this out — which is why I know what Avast says is supposed to happen and how I know that my situation does not follow official expectations.
I will post the results here, one way or the other. Jiri, just saw your post! Hi again, I don’t think it matters, whether you click “No, thanks” or use “X” button. In your case, it seems more like a connection issue. Either something is blocking communication to our servers do you have any kind of firewall? These are the 2 most common issues. Regards, Jiri Samanek.
Jiri, Believe it or not, I still use a 56K dial-up connection. This is why I have to download the Avast Offline Installer rather than go with the more common Online Installer option.
My connection will not stay up long enough at any one time to download the whole MB Avast application, so I have to use a download manager to resume the download when the connection breaks. This is possible with the Full Installer download. I think that if the connection breaks using the Online Installer, the whole download goes back to the beginning when the connection is re-established.
The only firewall I use is the Windows firewall, at default settings, that installs with Windows 7 Pro. I have the feeling that you and your support brethren will need the information provided by that Avast Support Tool to even begin to get a handle on whatever is going on, here. Thanks for your interest! Igotyerna, Your connection shouldn’t be a problem when activating a license. It’s a very low amount of data like several KBs. Text License vs Subscription is just wording, which was changed a while back.
Sooner or later we will get to the bottom of this. Thanks for your patience. Jiri, Did you get the zipped folder I emailed you yesterday? I’m assuming that it was what you are looking for from the Avast Support Tool. Grant, No, I didn’t receive any emails from you. I can also look for the file on our servers if you give me the filename.
Okay, I think this issue has me beat. He originally wanted the full report file generated by the Avast Support Tool but the attachment refused to send with the email, so he settled for the lim. I guess his logic was that my inability to get a new license might be due to poor communication with Avast servers.
As stated in my previous posts, I get a window from Avast every day telling me that my subscription has expired and that lets me choose AFAV as the product I want.
This is acknowledged by Avast in the follow-up window I get which thanks me for choosing Avast Free Antivirus and offering me a free 60 day trial of the Premium version which I decline.
And on it goes. Be sure Avast isn’t blocked by a firewall and try again. Thanks, Asyn. All I have ever used is the standard Windows firewall at the default settings. Weirdly enough, the last new installation that I put Avast Free on was Windows 8. The only things that installation has in common with the Windows 7 installation which I have been writing about here, is the AFAV version and the 56k dial-up internet connection.
But, unless someone can argue cogently as to why, suddenly, the dial-up connection should prevent, selectively, the information exchange between the Avast servers and the installed application pertaining to licensing — when everything else seems to work okay slow, but okay — I am hesitant to lay the blame there. These are both desktop computers. Otherwise I could try the initial AFAV installation on a faster connection at a location with free wifi and see if there was any difference with license retrieval.
I have two other Win7 desktops using this same dial-up connection that have current AFAV versions and valid licenses. For me, this has all devolved into voodoo, and although I hate losing, I also hate beating my head against a wall. Any other security related software installed..?
I have had the exact same issue for a while now. Maybe a couple months, I forget. Win 7, no extra firewall. It isn’t an isolated issue. It happens on all four of my home computers. Every time I first connect to the internet, and I go through the process described.
I have been running Avast Free for maybe 10 years guessing – could be more or less and have never had this problem. I cannot believe that anyone associated with computer security would recommend turning off the Win firewall. SMF 2.