Amon / File Damaged / Use Default ?

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 1 Forum' started by GuruGuy, Jan 23, 2003.

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  1. GuruGuy

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    Yesterday after rebooting my laptop, I got an error message from Amon stating that the file(s) were damaged and that the default configuration would be used......1st time in over a year I ever had any sort of problem with NOD32. I opened up Amon and reset the options the way that I like them, rebooted, and then checked the options again (to be sure they "stuck"). Everything worked like it was supposed to..............question is, what happened?
     
  2. GuruGuy

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    Anyone from Essett got a response on this one? Rod?
     
  3. rodzilla

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    > Yesterday after rebooting my laptop, I got an error message from Amon stating that the file(s) were damaged and that the default configuration would be used......1st time in over a year I ever had any sort of problem with NOD32. I opened up Amon and reset the options the way that I like them, rebooted, and then checked the options again (to be sure they "stuck"). Everything worked like it was supposed to..............question is, what happened?

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    > Anyone from Essett got a response on this one? Rod?

    Sorry ... that's like phoning your doctor and asking him why you have a stomach ache ... without seeing the computer, there's no way of knowing what happened. :)

    Corruption is a fact of life on computers. To be on the safe side, I would uninstall and re-install a fresh NOD32 ... but I'm a bit paranoid about these things.
     
  4. GuruGuy

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    Well when it loaded the default values and I went in and changed it to my preferences, it has been fine since. Just strange that it occured..........as stated, I've been using it for well over a year with no problems to speak of....then this happened.
     
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