Updating avg without internet
If you are on a personal connection, like at home, you can run an anti-virus scan on your device to make sure it is not infected with malware.
If you are at an office or shared network, you can ask the network administrator to run a scan across the network looking for misconfigured or infected devices.
While it might be fine for most users, letting your antivirus package update itself every few minutes isn’t great if you have a very small limit on your internet connection or it’s not very fast and constant updates are eating up your bandwidth, such as when using a mobile dongle on your laptop for example.
It’s also true that if you disable the updates or have computers that are constantly offline and not connected to the internet for long periods or at all, the virus definitions will get badly outdated in no time and your computer becomes more vulnerable.
Now find the "Malwarebytes" folder on this PC (refer to step 2 for the location) and delete it.
If the instructions below do not apply to your product, you may be using the newer AVG Internet Security - Unlimited.You'll be installing and updating Malwarebytes on that computer, and then copying the up-to-date data folder via USB drive (or similar) to the computer that lacks Internet or is in Safe Mode.Step 1If you haven't yet, download the Malwarebytes installer ( free download, mbam-setup), install it onto the safe PC, and run it to update the database.When the offline update is complete, AVG will show a confirmation, as shown below. This requires that you have access to another Windows computer with an Internet connection.