Eset Main Window(gui) Splash after evey boot

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by phyniks, Jan 17, 2013.

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  1. phyniks

    phyniks Registered Member

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    Hi there
    I 've been using Eset produts and I love them
    But ,since the 5th version,I ve came across two problems.
    1-the notification balloon is some times not at the right bottom,but at the right middle...I ve found the "registry repair" way for that in this forum,but it had recurred again and again(usually after some updates)......
    2-Eset 's main window (main gui) opens after every system boot....it will be closed after some seconds ....

    The first problem has not happened since the sixth version,but the second one(which I name the topic for it) is now coming
    I ve uninstalled,reinstalled Eset,but after 1 or 2 updates it will recur.
    I m not playin any games nore any other graphic related program

    Have seen these bugs with two different windows on my HP laptop
    -Windows 7 home premium 64 bit
    -Win 7 ultimate 64 bit

    Had no problem vith V4
     
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  2. phyniks

    phyniks Registered Member

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    Any idea ......?

    I unchecked "show splash screen on start up" in the User Interface.
    The splash was gone,but the mailn window is still coming up after every start-up.:oops:
     
  3. phyniks

    phyniks Registered Member

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    well....no answer after two days.....thanks every body and so long
     
  4. juanitoperez

    juanitoperez Registered Member

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    Go to C:\Program Files\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus

    Right click on egui.exe, click on Properties, click on the Compatibility tab and check the Run this program as an administrator.

    That worked for me.
     
  5. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    A boot log created using Process monitor might shed more light. Create one, compress it, upload the archive to a safe location and pm me the download link.
     
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