eamon.sys and BSOD

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  1. spursfan

    spursfan Registered Member

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    I am running smart security on a 4 user licence and am having problems on my own pc, the others are fine. I am using Win XP Pro. I have an ASUS motherboard with a AMD Phenom 11 Quad Core 955, 4gb of DDR3 Mhz ram and a ATI Radeon 5750 1gb ram.

    This was installed last December and I have had no problems until around May this year. When launching internet explorer 7 i have on occasions got the BSOD with the warning of eamon.sys memory issue. This only occured occaisionally (about once a month) This week I have had the problem 3 times and felt I need some assistance in resolving the problem. I hope you can help me.

    I have googled eamon.sys and BSOD and appears this is linked to Nod32.
     
  2. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    Do you actually have the most current version 4.2.64 installed?
     
  3. spursfan

    spursfan Registered Member

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    Yes it is bang upto date
     
  4. Marcos

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    Please configure Windows to generate a complete memory dump per the instructions here, reproduce BSOD and eventually compress the dump. Let me know when done so that I can provide you with further instructions.
     
  5. kenl

    kenl Registered Member

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    i know this is a bit old but i have the same issue on windows 2003 server sp2.
    if you could help please
    thanks
     

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