DrWeb Right Click

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by Judge_Dee, Dec 12, 2002.

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  1. Judge_Dee

    Judge_Dee Guest

    I had to re-install windows 98 from a restoration disk, and lost the "check with DrWeb" ability in the right click context menu.
    I have the Xteq Systems tweaking tool which allows you to add to the context menu, but I can't seem to put in the right thing to get DrWeb to scan a file. Any ideas?
    I don't really want to reinstall (I'm on a slow dialup connection, and my backup is a previous version).
     
  2. Judge_Dee

    Judge_Dee Guest

    I thought maybe I ought to explain better. If I add "check by drweb" to context menu, and use it to check, let's say, a .txt file, a dialogue box says I need to use notepad to open the file.
    So ,my question is, what command do I need to put in the right click box of the tweaking tool, or registry, or whatever?
    Thanks.
    I don't know, this sounds even more confused! ;)
     
  3. eyespy

    eyespy Registered Member

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    Hi JD !
    Your best bet IMHO would be to simply re-install DrWeb...just in case the program has become corrupted (which I suspect)
    If I recall correctly, DrWeb will detect the previous install and may ask you if you wish to repair or un-install DrWeb.

    Don't take chances on your AV software....take the time to download a fresh copy of DrWeb!

    Regards,
    bill :)
     
  4. Judge_Dee

    Judge_Dee Guest

    I took your advice, eyespy. I agree, av is too important.
    I guess the download time wasn't that painful. :)
     
  5. eyespy

    eyespy Registered Member

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    I'm glad you did !

    take care,
    bill ;)
     
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