Protect your PC, your family and your personal and financial information with Virgin Media Security. You may want to check out more software, such as Virgin Media Broadband SpeedBooster, Virgin Media Digital Home Support or F-Secure Home Server Security 2009, which might be similar to Virgin Media 4.5/5(6). Virgin Media pc guard is not compatible yet. If you are running virgin's pc guard antivirus win 7 will not upgrade as pc guard is not yet compatible with win 7. They hope to have it ready in a few days, in the meantime either wait, or if you cannot wait use an antivirus that is compatible. This thread is locked.
Dec 02, 2007 · Re: Virgin Media PC Guard Found a glitch in Virgin PC Guard - when I switched user accounts (XP Home edition) the antivirus failed to start. PC Guard reported that because it was running on another user account I'd have to log that account off before using the account I was now running. How can you unlock virgin media PC guard if forgotten password? phone vigin media and tell them that you want to change your password and they will give you a knew password What is the default.
On the non critical PCs I have installed the free Virgin Media PC Guard. One thing I like is that is comes wiith a pretty thorough parental control feature. It also seems to included pretty much everything and more than my McAfee product has.Reviews: 117. Enjoy your added extras. Want to check your mail, add extra online security, watch TV, Sky Sports or Sky Movies on the go? No problem. With Virgin Media you can do all of this and more.
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