SpybotSD 0.94 issue ?

Discussion in 'privacy problems' started by eyespy, Apr 12, 2002.

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  1. eyespy

    eyespy Registered Member

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      After running SpybotSD .94, I found my ASPI drivers to be corrupted. Can't say for sure which entry it was but I had troubles after I ran the Proggie.
     Ok, no prob, a simple restore from WinRescue (great backup software  BTW) got me going again. I uninstalled SptbotSD, and ran the latest version of SpyBot, which I found to be a little "buggy". Anyhow, same thing,  ASPI corrupted. I did delete a lot of BDE entries using SpyBotSD, and I'm thinking that one of those BDE strings may very well be related to my ASPI drivers. Oh well...back to the ole' restore (sigh!)

    Any comments ?
    BTW...I prefer SpyBotSD to Ad-Aware. I like the UI and it seems to do a little "reg clean up" as well. A little quicker also. But that ASPI thing....

                             bill o_O
     
  2. Eagle1

    Eagle1 Security Expert

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    It would be great if you could provide a little more detail on the problems that occurred, which build, etc.

    It would also be helpful if you presented this in SpyBot's forum at http://www.net-integration.net/cgi-bin/forums/ikonboard.cgi. There it would be seen more quickly by the developer and potentially benefit other users who don't necessarily frequent this forum.

    There is no registration requirement to post in that forum.
     
  3. eyespy

    eyespy Registered Member

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             Good idea!
    I'll post there as well.


    Spybot   ver.        0.94    build o_O
    Problem                Unable to hear music  when playing
                                music CD's. All else works normal.

                    bill
     
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