Aston Shell and nod32krn.exe

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Eliot, Feb 7, 2006.

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  1. Eliot

    Eliot Registered Member

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    I am using Aston Shell, a windows explorer replacement program, and NOD32 used to work just fine while I was in Aston. I decided to switch back to Aston today and now nod32krn.exe shoots to 50% cpu usage anytime I try to open anything related to Aston. I have tried excluding the entire folder from AMON, but it still scans the files when I open them. I am 99% certain this is a new problem that is from a recent update. Any help would be greatly appreciated. o_O

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    Eliot

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    polite bump;)
     
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    What is the path of the folder you are excluding? You may need to use the "8.3 mangled name" format in order to get it to work. For example, if you are excluding "C:\Program Files\Aston", also try excluding "C:\Progra~1\Aston".
     
  4. Eliot

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    Will do. Thanks, as I never thought about that. :(

    EDIT: That took care of it. Many thanks for the help alglove.:D
     
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