I'm guessing you could disable Kaspersky while installing, then re-active
it aftwards. Perhaps it is just preventing some file from being created
during installation. In any case, I'd put this one up as a bug on
On Sunday, April 13, 2014 9:48:19 PM UTC+2, Jim D wrote:
> I've uninstalled, re-downloaded and reinstalled 7 times. Kaspersky would
> not let it go through even after adding it to exclusions.
> I removed Kaspersky and it is fine. Now I need to secure the computer,
> Kaspersky's people have no other answer for me.
> On Apr 13, 2014 3:44 PM, "Thomas Ferris Nicolaisen"
> > On Sunday, April 13, 2014 1:37:38 PM UTC+2, Jim D wrote:
> >> Why is this happening everytime I close out Git??
> > What do you mean close out Git? You mean it appears after every Git
> command you run on the command-line?
> > If I'd have to guess, it sounds like you've somehow messed up your Git
> installation. Try uninstalling and installing again.
> >> Windows 7, downloaded on Chrome.
> >> Kaspersky has it that it has suspicious activity/worm and wants to
> restart, I declined then added it as an exception to Kaspersky and it is
> still showing up that with this message. Kaspersky no longer has the
> pop-up warning message.
> > Note that Kaspersky (and other Anti-virus SW) has a history of not
> playing well with, well, all kinds of non-viral software. For example:
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