Bootable Nod32 disk

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by kang0o, Jul 21, 2007.

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  1. kang0o

    kang0o Registered Member

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    Hi,
    I have done a search but couldn't really understand the post I found.
    I want to make a bootable nod32 disk, is this possible and how? In plain english please :).

    Thanks
     
  2. kang0o

    kang0o Registered Member

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    I have had a play around and tried to follow the guides. I have created a bootable cd, but when I select any of the files nod32kui.exe for example, it just says ' this program doesn't work in dos'.
    I downloaded the nod32 for dos of the main eset webpage, but I am unsure how to use it. Can I just add it to the bootdisk I created? or is there any instructions anywhere. I just can't find them.
    Really could use some help.
     
  3. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    NOD32 for DOS is easy to use.

    However , keep in mind it hasn't been updates since long time (heuristics there are not supported) so its detection rate will for sure be less than those in the Win version .

    You need to extract the files . You'll see a folder called DOS32 created . Inside there is a file called nod32.000 which is the signature file . You need to replace it with a file with the same name from NOD32 for Windows's directory C:\Program files\ESET

    Then you can burn these on a bootable disk and all you should do is to run the exe file . Inside you can change its settings to what files types to scan or whether to scan archives or not ...
     
  4. katbert

    katbert Registered Member

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    You can create Windows XP Boot CD (I'm using BartPE)
    and copy folder c:\program files\eset to folder on CD
    Boot from CD and run nod32.exe
     
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