Since the release of Windows XP, Microsoft designed Windows to automatically reboot each time an error occurs, such as a BSo D.
Although this may be nice for errors that do not occur often, users who have a re-occurring error may want to identify the error to troubleshoot it.
It keeps asking for a restart of my computer, so i did it but nothing happened after that. A friend of mine suggested trying out Kaspersky and so i downloaded the free trial(Mind you, if it worked i'd have gone out and bought it after the trial period).I have restarted my computer 9 times in a row already for the Kaspersky 2010, and yet it still says "You need to restart the computer before proceeding with the installation". And before you ask, i did check my registry for this "avp6_post_uninstall" and there was nothing. Go to Removing other anti-viruses, Before installing Kaspersky in PROTECTION FOR HOME USERS and download the Mac Afee tool--you will find a link. Now, what happened was - It said i had Mcafee still installed, but i didn't.There are files which have remained even if you have removed the program. I uninstalled that ages ago, and it doesn't show up in the Add/Remove programs either.If you choose to participate, the online survey will be presented to you when you leave the Technet Web site. This document is for computers that are restarting or rebooting by themselves and not computers that turn off and remain off.This MIGHT be the page: https://support.norton.com/sp/en/us/home/current/solutions/v60392881_End User Profile_en_us. Will first wait for formal announcements on this forum and on Symantec's site.