Corrected version of Dr Web Spider Guard 4.32b released.

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by shorty1, Nov 6, 2004.

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  1. shorty1

    shorty1 Registered Member

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    Good news because I've had a few issues with the original 4.32b release . http://info.drweb.com/show/2559

    edit: I downloaded it manually. I don't think it's available through the updater. Not positive though. I'm headed to work so I don't have time to research it more. Maybe later. :)
     
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    Thanks for heads up shorty1.

    I have not used my desktop with Dr Web installed, since the version upgrade, so I did not come across any problems.
    I have just downloaded the spider.sys files via the internal updater, so now no need to manually install.
     
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    shorty1 Registered Member

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    Well so it is. I need to improve my speed reading skills because I missed that in my hurry to get it and get to work on time -- which I didn't. That will teach me... or not. Nah, I'm a slow learner. :p

    edit: btw, the issue I was refering to in my first post was sometimes on boot up Spider Guard was loading with a red X in the Spider Guard tray icon. The only way to get it working right was to reboot again. Hopefully, I won't be seeing the red X anymore.
     
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