conflict with iviVD.sys?

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by scorlett, Apr 9, 2011.

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  1. scorlett

    scorlett Registered Member

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    I had to remove ESET NOD32 after I installed Corel DVD Copy 6. ESET would generate blue screen crashes (Win Vista 32).

    Has there been any resolution with this conflict?

    Sam Corlett
    Fort Worth, Texas
     
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  3. scorlett

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    Thanks for the info, but the only solution seems to be to remove either the Corel software (evidently took over intervideo?) or ESET NOD32. I have other virus software... so I guess ESET will have to go...

    I don't know who's software is at fault, but this kind of crash shouldn't happen.

    Sam
     
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    Several dumps from crashes have been investigated and the culprit was always iviVD.sys which causes BSOD in conjunction with the self-defense driver. We're not going to lower the self-defense level for all users just because of a bug in outdated iviVD.sys drivers.
     
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    Thanks Marcos, How can I find an updated iviVD.sys? Is there one?
     
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