NOD32 in Start Menu showing as "New Programs Installed"

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by GuardianofNight, Apr 27, 2005.

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  1. GuardianofNight

    GuardianofNight Registered Member

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    Hello, I tried making the Title of this thread as detailed as possible... after making a recommendation of NOD32 to a friend, he loves it and has used it for a few days now. But for some reason... he told me that in the Start Menu it won't go away. A problem where Windows XP keeps saying that theirs "New Programs Installed" in a yellow bubble when he hits the start button. For some reason... it hasn't gone away in over 3 days and no other program according to him has this problem. The Eset folder in the start menu is the only one that is yellow showing of course that its a new installed program.

    He told me he also ran a registry cleaner I also recommended to him called Registry Mechanic. It won't fix the problem... so if anyone can help, it would be appreciated.

    Thank you !! :D
     
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    One of the first things I did away with on XP was the newly installed programs notifications. Right click the start button, properties, start menu, customize,advanced, uncheck highlight newly installed programs.
     
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    Great!! That helped perfectly... thank you so much for the reply and help ronjor :).
     
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    Great. :D
     
  5. HAN

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    Yeah, for reasons I've never bothered to learn, the New Program Installed thingy is buggy in some XP installs. I turn it off too if it doesn't go away on it's own...
     
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