Bitdefender Game Guard

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Sunrazor, Oct 12, 2009.

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  1. Sunrazor

    Sunrazor Registered Member

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    Anyone tried this under windows 7 x64? I downloaded the wrong trial (for regular bitdefender) and it refuses to let me try Game Guard now. The concept is kind of interesting. Right now I am leaning towards G-Data Total Care though as it seems to offer the most complete protection and backup. Still this is an interesting piece of software. Anyone?
     
  2. GES/POR

    GES/POR Registered Member

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    U sure u dont mean Game Safe? If so i liked it alot except for crawlin up turn pc off time n sometimes not even letting it close so its a goner for me :(
     
  3. Sunrazor

    Sunrazor Registered Member

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    Re: Bitdefender Game Safe

    Yea sorry. I meant Game Safe indeed. Doesn't sound to promising that one.
     
  4. stratoc

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    dont know if it's improved, i tried game safe a little over a year ago. it worked well for 3 days, then all sorts of things started happening, firewall wouldnt start. pc would hang. etc etc. i tried numerous re-installs. then gave up it didnt un-install cleanly. i lost patience and re- installed windows. i am still waiting for their support to reply to my 3 e mails, their forum however are very helpfull!
    a years license for 3 days, no don't think i can recommend really. the last e mails i sent was asking for my money back, again no reply.
     
  5. Kees1958

    Kees1958 Registered Member

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    My Son tried it, but he now uses MSE for his x64 system. Due to UAC he has altered the settings of MSE a little: he excludes C:\Windows and C:\Program Files (also x86). Because nothing can write to these directories under UAC. He is pretty happy with MSE (money saved goes into gaming :)

    Regards Kees
     
  6. cqpreson

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    It is a feature which can deal with viruses or suspectable apps silently?
     
  7. Sunrazor

    Sunrazor Registered Member

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    It's a standalone antivirus made for gamers. Which made it interesting for me :)
     
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