bo clean driving me nuts

Discussion in 'other anti-trojan software' started by maddawgz, Nov 23, 2004.

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  1. maddawgz

    maddawgz Registered Member

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    hi everytime ithe pc reboots bo clean is asking re firefox? this or that? firefox more? do i drag the shortcut of desktop into safe list did that and still asking me any ideas thanks maddawgz
     
  2. Don Pelotas

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    No, you simply click yes/no, (whatever you want), when the excludebox appears on a reboot, it will still be checked in a less aggressive way. :)
     
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    thanks? so that box comes up everytime ur saying?
     
  4. nick s

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    Hi maddawgz,

    If adding the desktop icon does not work, the help file (http://www.nsclean.com/supboc.html) says to open the program's folder and drag the executable into the Program Excluder.

    Nick
     
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    ahhhhhhhh Thanku ..all fine now? :eek:
     
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    now i get some crash thing up bo clean crash?.. and something about being locked upo_O..its picking out all sorts of exe's windows ones im not sure whats safe and what's not i assume my windows exe's r ok so i click yes ?.. god is it all worth it?.......shouldnt this be able to recognise whats safe and what's not? uggggggggggggggg totaly anoying?seems to be on reeboot's i attached my excluder list to make sure i got no nasties in there any help much appreciated Thanks maddawgz :mad: :mad:
     

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  7. Tony

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    I had a similar problem a few months back that was solved by uninstalling BOClean completely from my computer, doing a registry clean and then re-booting/re-installing BOClean.
     
  8. BlueZannetti

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    Gee, I don't know what's up with your machine, but I never run into this with BOClean - and I do use Firefox. I would follow Tony's advice, but I'd also verify that the system is clean. Blackspear has pulled together a basic approach here, some of the comments center on NOD32, but they're applicable to any AV.

    Also, exactly what types of messages are you seeing? Could you quote the text or provide a shot of the box that pops up?

    Blue
     
  9. controler

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    Kevin has a file that checks all of your registry settings
    It actualy check alot. If you e-mail him, I am sure he will link you to the file. You would then send the log file back to him for inspection. I am sure he will fix the problem for you. You may also see some interesting things in your startup ect you didn't know about. Similar to hijackthis log.
    I had the file for a while but deleted it.

    bruce
     
  10. redwolfe_98

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    i also had no problems with boclean and firefox (1.0).. maybe the tip to uninstall boclean and then reinstall it is the best bet..
     
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