Antivirus with xp pro 64??? Tags: Compatibility Antivirus Windows XP Last response: August 3, 2006 9:57 AM in Windows XP Share Cl_utcH May 1, 2006 4:47:18 AM are any antivirus titles out there that are compatible with win xp pro 64-bit? i have tried norton and mcafee and had bad luck with both. any suggestions would be much appreciated!!! thanks. More about : antivirus pro burntham77 July 30, 2006 2:03:20 PM There is an antivirus program called Avast! that has a free 64-bit version. Various reviewers recommend this one for x64. INeedCache July 30, 2006 4:08:57 PM Even if Norton and McAfee did work, you wouldn't want their bloatware. Related resources Anti-virus and Firewall software for windows XP pro 64 bit - Forum Need XP 64 bit antivirus and firewall software - Forum suggestion for a good antivirus for vista 64 - Forum Anyi virus software for windows XP pro 64 bit - Forum partition New System for Dual Boot XP pro & XP x 64 - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer Zoron July 31, 2006 3:55:36 AM Avast! or AVG will work with XP Pro x64. exit2dos July 31, 2006 7:44:30 PM Quote:Avast! or AVG will work with XP Pro x64. Last I knew, the free version of AVG did not work on x64. (The retail one does, however.) Giraffe August 3, 2006 9:57:31 AM nod32 works on x64 - that is wat i used when i had x64 IMO i would use nod32 coz i think that it is much better than avg or avast or anythin else 4 that matter. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumConroe: XP Pro 64 bit or 32bit? ForumXP Pro 64 bit and device drivers. ForumWindows XP Pro x 64 ForumBest antivirus etc. for me ForumWho is the top antivirus for windows xp ForumAd Adware Overall best antivirus ? ForumAnti-Virus Needed? ForumNo 1 antivirus for win 7 ForumWindows 7 Anti-Virus ForumGood Free Anti-Virus +MBR Suite? ForumWhat Anti-Virus and Firewall are you using with Windows 7 ForumGetting past administrative password Forumhelp pls with WWW7.logih.com dwn/Ld ForumCD wont boot up with windows xp install disc ForumSlow Boot process with my Windows XP HM-ED -WHY ?? More resources Read discussions in other Windows XP categories Configuration Customization Drivers Security Video !