laurie53 09 Jun 09

Having done a reinstall I keep getting a message about an incompatible Kapersky driver.

Since I have never used Kapersky and it's in my Win 7 partition it must have installed with Win 7, so why am I getting an incompatibility message?

Any idea how I can rid of Kapersky? It doesn't appear in control panel, and when I do a download and install from the the site recommended by MS I get "incompatible with this OS".

The message appearing every time I boot is more of an inconvenience than anything else. but I would like to get rid of it (and Kapersky itself) if I can.

  wilsenda 09 Jun 09

Not sure about this, but try spelling Kaspersky correctly, and anyhow why not keep it - it's the best there is!

  Strawballs 10 Jun 09

I got exactly the same message about incompatible driver likely to cause instabillity so it was blocked when I tried installing Norton 360v3 that I got for free after the Beta test.

Can only think win7 has a problem with some of the AV programs, AVG working fine

  laurie53 10 Jun 09

"try spelling Kaspersky correctly,"

I don't see how spelling "Kapersky" correctly on this forum will suddenly make it appear in Control Pane, or make it compatible with Win 7.

"why not keep it"

I don't want it.

  laurie53 13 Jun 09


Can no-one help me to get rid of Kaspersky?

  Strawballs 13 Jun 09

You could try a good registry cleaner click here not tried it with Windows 7 yet but works great with Vista

  laurie53 13 Jun 09

Does a registry cleaner uninstall a programme?

I've run CCleaner, which does work with Win 7, and Kaspersky doesn't appear.

  Strawballs 13 Jun 09

You said at the beginning you never used it that it was only in the Win7 partion I was wondering if it was just bits left over in the registry

  laurie53 14 Jun 09

Ah! I see. Thanks, never thought of that.

It really is a bit of a mystery.

I have Win 7 installed on another computer from the same ISO disc and yet there is no sign of this message.

And why am I being directed to a site to download an updated driver, only to be told, when I try, that this driver is not compatible with Win7?

The OS is so stable and trouble free in all other respects (so far!).

  smoking44 14 Jun 09

This version of kaspersky is for windows 7
click here run as a beta.
Install then un-install might cure the problem.

You can get a free system manager for windows at
click here free for the life of windows 7 RC

  Strawballs 14 Jun 09

I think smoking44 is on to something there


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