ESET.eu - They pulled NOD32 V3? Looks like it.

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  1. nodHead

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    Eset.Eu Downloads.

    No mention of NOD32 Version 3, just NOD32 Version 2.7 - This is not showing a lot of confidence in the product. :cautious:

    Yet still no official word from ESET about it's clearly and quite honestly poor effort - that is NOD32 Version 3.

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    Don't know for sure, but they just reorganised the us download page. Perhaps they are doing this on yours too.
     
  3. trjam

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    I would have a hard time thinking that. I dont think it has ever been done. I mean if it was true, Eset would loose all credibility in the corporate market place and basically go under. No, better to just keep chipping away at the last few areas that need tweaking.
     
  4. nodHead

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    I think they've already lost a fair bit of credibility with what can only be compared to - Windows Me to Microsoft - NOD32 Version 3 to ESET.

    Personally I've given ESET until my license renewal in May 2008 - if they don't get their **** together, I'm going to have to look for another Antivirus product.
     
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    :eek: Still a bit slack not to upgrade the .eu site.
     
  7. BlueZannetti

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    but that's quite a bit different than "They pulled NOD32 V3? Looks like it.".

    Blue
     
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    I agree Blue, it isnt fair to post a thread title that makes it look like something it isnt. For the record, it is running like a charm for me and feel they are almost there. Hang in folks, you wont be disappointed.:thumb:
     
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    Calm and relax nodhead :) :D :cool:
     
  10. ratchet

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    Works perfectly for me also on my XP pc and I have a ton programs installed. Although I only ever use two anti-spys at a time, it is perfectly compatible with Comodo Firewall, Spy Sweeper, Spyware Doctor, AVG Anti-Spyware, Windows Defender and SandBoxie. Also running are mail, memory, disk temp and weather monitoring programs, so I view my setup as having a lot of potential for conflicts but there have been none.
     
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    Yes, NOD32 3.0.563.0 works like a charm for me too. CHUCK
     
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    Another happy user here. Difficult to explain why some are having problems with µTorrent and browsing while I and others do not.
     
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    Theres a new version coming out very soon, its being tested..... just found out from tech support, hopefully this time it might show some big improvements. ;)
     
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    Works fine for me - no issues at all not even small ones, just lucky I guess
     
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    I wouldn't say so, I've got on my PC at home without a problem and today all the PC's at work got upgraded (14), all without a hitch and any problems.
     
  16. Dark Shadow

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    I think eset deserves a chance to make things wright.And if they did pull V3, good for them that to me means they care enough about the complaints.Revise the product and fix any known issues rather then just leave it to purchase.I think there credibility Is intact and will excell with a revised version.
     
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    looks like it there to me with new version
     
  19. twl845

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    Ya see how rumors start? Check your sources when somebody yells fire.:rolleyes:
     
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