Tweetiepie2

How do I upgrade from OA Premium to OA++?

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Hi, I have OA Premium 4.5.1.431 and wish to upgrade to OA++ so that I can include the anti-virus, anti-malware and rootkit scanner software which is offered with the ++ version. My current license expires in 184 days (in case that is helpful). Can you please run me through the steps of how I do this?

My machine is running:

* Windows XP Home, Service Pack 3, with latest updates

* Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware 1.50.1.1100, Database Version 5440

* Was running Avast anti-virus 5.1.864 but program removed due to some possible ? conflict with OA (but pls don't quote me that is definitely the reason) which had my computer constantly re-booting :blink: So now no anti-virus installed (I am using my DH's laptop which does have an earlier version of Avast to post on this forum in case you are wondering)

* No other firewalls, anti-virus or anti-spyware running

I guess my other question is: will the Anti-Malware on OA ++ conflict with the Malwarebytes' Anti-Malware program? :D

TIA for your advice and help in this matter :)

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Hi Tweetiepie2,

You can upgrade your OA Premium to OA++ in User Area.

Just rightclick on the OA icon, choose User Area and in there you go to Upgrade section and follow the instructions there.

About the software itself, I would do a clean fresh installation of OA++

(uninstall your current OA, reboot twice and install OA++)

You should have no problems with Malwarebytes.

Martin.

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