3125 comes in and system grinds to a halt

Discussion in 'ESET Smart Security' started by rheumatoid, May 23, 2008.

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  1. rheumatoid

    rheumatoid Registered Member

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    was fed up yesterday with the problems having blamed a new TV card and done several reinstallations of its drivers and system restores until I found out it was ESS!

    Now it seems there may be problems again unless its a massive coincidence that as soon as I get the update report my system throws the towel in!

    Anyone else getting problems with 3125?

    R.
     
  2. ASpace

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    I had problems yesterday , but not now.
     
  3. cupez80

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    same with me..no problem with 3125
     
  4. clickclick

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    I have the same issue on two workstation both running vista... one in 64bit and the other is a 32bit configuration my XP laptop has no problems.

    I'm screwed here I need both station for my work and turned off the security. a cant risk another system lock up
     
  5. rheumatoid

    rheumatoid Registered Member

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    so far seems ok after reboot

    R.
     
  6. LvR

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    XP SP3, 657, 3215 and no such hassles here
     
  7. MasterTB

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    No problems here either with 3125 and VISTA ULTIMATE SP1 32 bits.
     
  8. jhuk

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    Please give more info, what problems ?

    Do you mean 100% CPU usage by the Eset Service same as many on latest builld are getting either due to that build or 1 recent Definition.
     
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