BSOD caused by NOD32

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by manados, Jan 16, 2006.

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  1. manados

    manados Registered Member

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    Hi,
    I have just installed NOD32 2.50.45 in my WIndows 98se
    Previously I was a loyal user of Norton but every new relase it needed more and more resources so I have decided to stop using it. (It was a big pain to uninstall it by the way)
    Everything works great, except BSOD durring boot.
    Everytime during booting I need to push a key when the BSOD appear and then Windows runs normaly.
    BSOD shows (I've partialy moticed):

    "OE in 0028:FF14DCA5 in VXD redbook(05) + 00000675"

    I have done many checks and I have considered BSOD doesn't appear when I uncheck in AMON-Detection-Extensions... a box "Scan all files"
    So in another words-when AMON checks only given extensions, BSOD doesn't exist.

    I don't have any spyware,adware,virus, I don't run anything except Outpost Firewall 3.0

    What can be the reason?
    When I uncheck a box "Scan all files"-does it decrease my safety?

    Please help.
    Thanx in advance :)
     
  2. Gedeon

    Gedeon Guest

    NOD32 2.50 works fine here, on W98SE with "Scan all files" checked in AMON. No boot problem.

    G.
     
  3. manados

    manados Registered Member

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    Thanx Gedeon

    It means-there is a conflict or something with the software installed on my computer.
    But how can I find what causes this issue?
     
  4. mrtwolman

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    Just a silly question - did you have norton on the same machine before ? If so, how did you make the uninstall ?
     
  5. manados

    manados Registered Member

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    Thanx for the answer mrtwolman

    A very good question
    Yes, I have used Norton SystemWorks.
    I have uninstalled it with add/remove function plus according to the list found here:
    http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPOR...sf&view=docid&dtype=&prod=&ver=&osv=&osv_lvl=
    I means I have used special Symantec cleaning tool SymNRT.exe then two files: SYMMSICLEANUP.reg and MSIFIX.bat taken from above site.

    I have used also for registry cleaning a tool RegSupreme.
    I gotta say-such bloated software I have seen the first time (I am talking about NSW)
     
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