ESS: computer hangs & BSOD

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  1. cessna310

    cessna310 Registered Member

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    Disappointed that within 2 hours of upgrading from NOD32 v3 to ESS I've had to dump ESS.

    Reason? Repeated freezes and in one case a BSOD. :(

    Is this a common problem? If so does anyone know if this is being addressed?

    Cheers

    PS: running WinXP SP2, no other AV or firewalls installed
     
  2. kC_

    kC_ Registered Member

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    if you search the forum there are other bsod issues,
    send your memory dump to eset to help them fix it
     
  3. proactivelover

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    first tell us what ess build you are using
    and secound about your system
    processor(simple or dual core)
    ram
    vga
    and what connection you use for internet
     
  4. gbdesai

    gbdesai Registered Member

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    I just got a Sony VGN-TZ195 and did a clean install of Vista Business on it...

    I had a BSOD crash on every resume from Standby or Hibernate. I started by testing system memory and it was fine, I then uninstalled ESS and crashes went away. I installed NOD 3.0 and it works fine, no BSODs. I did a kernel dump if that is useful for anyone...

    The notebook is a ULV Core Duo 1.2GHz with 2MB RAM. Let me know what else is needed to diagnose the problem. I bought a 2-year license and would like to use it...
     
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