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  1. pctek

    pctek Registered Member

    Nov 30, 2007
    Error 121 Nod32Mod Winnt English .
    I could not install the new updated NOD32. Got this message.
    Read a load of complete bollocks all over the net.

    What I did was think what I had done lately - installed Windows INstaller v3 so as to be able to install a new game demo.

    So I restored my image of C: back to before I had done this and end of problem.

    Well, actually it was a fix. The problem is that Eset has decided to use the bloody awful .msi method now. Its crap.
  2. Blackspear

    Blackspear Global Moderator

    Dec 2, 2002
    Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
    Hi there, this is a Windows error on your computer that NOD32 is reporting.

    Please check that the following files exist:

    C Drive> Windows> Temp

    C Drive> Documents and Settings> (User Name) XXXXXX> Local Settings> Temp

    Do the "Temp and TMP" folders exist in "Environmental Variables" when you right click on My Computer as per the screenshots found in this link? http://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?p=764434#post764434

    When you then navigate to the folders mentioned in "Environmental Variables" are they actually there?

    This error message is solely related to the following:
    • Not enough space on disk
    • Missing Temp folder(s)
    • Insufficient rights to write to Temp folder
    • Possibly a damaged archive, although it's unlikely.
    • Permissions on the directories, not share permissions, but actual security permissions.

    Please see here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/315265

    Sometimes the only method is to delete and reinstall the Temp folders.

    You can also try running this file http://www.nod32.it/getfile.php?tool=settmp it will set both the user and system TEMP/TMP variables to c:\windows\temp. Just make sure the folder exists.

    Please also complete the following:

    For Windows XP:

    1. Click on Start.

    2. Click on Run.

    3. Type in cmd.

    4. Click on OK.

    5. Type in netsh winsock reset (Please note there are spaces between the netsh and winsock and reset).

    6. Press ENTER.

    7. Restart your computer.

    AFTER the above please go to the NOD32 Control Centre

    1. Click on IMON.

    2. Click on Start and restart IMON.

    3. Then reboot your PC.

    If the above does not work due to an issue with Windows, then please download WinsockXPfix from here: http://www.spychecker.com/download/download_winsockxpfix.html and run this program following the prompts. After the reboot start IMON as described above.

    Failing the above, please complete the following:

    1. Click on "Start".

    2. Click on "Run".

    3. Copy and paste the following precisely: “C:\Program Files\ESET\Install\setup.exe” /test

    4. Then click on "OK".

    If this comes up with an error message then please complete the following:

    1. Click on Start

    2. Click on Run

    3. Browse to the C Drive

    4. Program Files

    5. Eset

    6. Install

    7. Click on setup.exe

    8. Click on ok

    9. Then add a space and /test after the quotation marks

    10. When the installation/setup has finished, look in C:\Program Files\ESET\Install directory. There you will find a file named “nsetup.log”.

    11. Double click it and it will open a new document in Notepad.

    12. Send a copy of this file to your local ESET Support Office.

    Cheers :D
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