How do I install AVG Free without internet connection?
I recently tried installing AVG Free on my desktop but it cannot connect to the internet. I used a laptop to transfer the installation file using a USB stick.
Does anyone have any idea how to bypass the step that requires an internet connection during installation? Or perhaps a different method of running the anti-virus program.
- Anonymous1 decade agoBest Answer
You have probably downloaded the AVG **Download Manager**
You need the actual install file on your flash drive... Go here...
Click the second download link, the one with "(avg_free_stf_en_85_409a1634.exe)" under it.
Then save it to your flash drive and it should install fine.
- 4 years ago
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- jesseLv 43 years ago
Yes, it could be right
- 3 years ago
Was asking myself the same question
- 3 years ago
Good question, hope you find your answer