EXE Copy Takes Ages With Total Commander

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by lhdal, Jan 8, 2008.

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  1. lhdal

    lhdal Registered Member

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    I am absolutely positive that this is a Nod32 problem.

    When I copy some file (mostly executables and almost with all executables) through Explorer, the file is copied in a breeze.

    But when I try the same with Total Commander, the progress bar turns full but halts after that point for minutes till completion. I guess the bigger the file the longer it halts. (files are not huge, let's say 30MB at most)

    Then I turn off NOD32 real time protection and file is copied at the same speed with Explorer.


    I have added TC to exclusion list but still no solution.

    I don't want to disable scan on executable creation or heuristics.


    Is there a solution for this issue?

    Regards
     
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    proactivelover Registered Member

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    what eav v3.0 build you use
    and your ram
     
  3. Marcos

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    The slowdown should occur independently of the program you use to copy files - it takes time to unpack large archives and also emulation provided by advanced heuristics is a time consuming operation.
     
  4. lhdal

    lhdal Registered Member

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    This issue is persistent since v2.5

    Currently I am mentioning about 563

    And now I had time to try this with Heuristics turned off. Still no solution.

    Then I turned off check at "file creation" and again the operation was smooth.



    Btw I've had this thing with every PC I worked with.

    (I have TC in a portable drive so it's easier to spot)
     
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