General Compile Error

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus v4 Beta Forum' started by Aleco, Nov 19, 2008.

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  1. Aleco

    Aleco Registered Member

    I just installed the Antivirus 4.0 Beta Version.
    When I try to update, I get this error message:
    General Compile Error

    Can this be fixed?
    I've been using NOD for years - no problems updating.
    I just removed the Business Edition of NOD Antivirus and updated to the BETA. My Company uses the Business Edition.
     
  2. Dark Shadow

    Dark Shadow Registered Member

    using the beta version you can not enter user/name password,use defaults that are in there already.Uninstall and reinstall.do not change the ones assigned there already.
     
  3. CivilTaz

    CivilTaz Registered Member

    Actually u CAN, but u shouldnt, and thats the problem. I think this should be specified in the download page.
     
  4. Aleco

    Aleco Registered Member

    I see...
    I just read it in the other beta forum. I reinstalled, and used the default login info and it worked.

    Interesting though how some are able to use their license information and some aren't.
     
  5. philby

    philby Registered Member

    You don't need to un/reinstall.

    Go to password set-up on update screen:

    updv4
    upv4test

    Should save you some pain.

    Philby
     
  6. Dark Shadow

    Dark Shadow Registered Member

    yea I know very strange works for some folks.
     
  7. Dark Shadow

    Dark Shadow Registered Member

    Darn it how easy is that, I was told to remove it and reinstall it buy marcos.:argh: No biggie at least i got to see how well it uninstalls.
     
  8. jamesbd

    jamesbd Registered Member

    well I´ve changed the username/password, reinstall, clear username/password and I can´t update.

    nod32 update download a file and then appears the "general compiler error" :/

    marcos do you know something about that?
     
  9. Fixer

    Fixer Registered Member

  10. ugly

    ugly Registered Member

    Uninstall and reboot.
    Delete any related Eset folders and registry keys.
    Reinstall with default pass .
    That did work for me.
     
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