Finally joined the "paid version" rank.

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by ThunderZ, Aug 7, 2006.

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  1. ThunderZ

    ThunderZ Registered Member

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    2 year subscription. :D One thing I noticed while poking around on their site is they do offer online removeal of Norton and McAfee.
     
  2. covaro

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    Welcome to the club.

    -Cov
     
  3. the_sly_dog

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    ThunderZ

    welcome to the nod32 club :D :D :D

    and you made the right choice :thumb: :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:

    ben
     
  4. smith2006

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    Welcome to the family!

    You will never look back!:D
     
  5. sir_carew

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    Another happy user that said you: Welcome to the fan club. You've choose the best AV :);):thumb:
     
  6. pykko

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    good choice indeed. :thumb: You are now well protected. ;) Just 4 curiosity...which was your ex-AV? :D
     
  7. ThunderZ

    ThunderZ Registered Member

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    Had used AVG free for quit a while. Then switched to NOD32 trial.....now the full vers.
     
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    While I don't use Windows any longer ... NOD was my AV in Windows. It is an outstanding product ... Enjoy. :)
     
  9. ThunderZ

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    Love the new avatar.
     
  10. pykko

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    yes, inspired from his new OS. :D (btw in romanian language OS means bone. :p ...dogs eat bones. :D :D )
     
  11. Benvan45

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    Man....oh man.......starts to look like a religious club here!!!! I think it's a little bit too gluey this way. There are more religions to feel attracted to. I finally made the switch to Antivir Personal Premium today as I just don't like certain options of Nod32. I didn't get proper responses to certain questions I asked.
    I strongly have the feeling here.......: "don't you dare state anything negative about Nod32 here, or else". I think that's terrible. I know it's the Eset forum, but I find a lot of people too cocky here!
    So.......for me: Goodbye Nod32!!!
     
  12. Edwin024

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    I agree with your views on the way most people react here.. but the proggie is quite decent, thank anyone.
     
  13. Benvan45

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    Nod32 is really good, no doubt about that, but when I ask about the email tagging option in Imon, I get the answer better not to use it as it could be dangerous etc. etc. I understand, but secondly I get the advice to count the checked files in Imon, to see if received mails are scanned.......Well, that closes the door for me! I just don't think this should be the way to handle a problem. So, again......final for me!
     
  14. alglove

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    I don't know about Eset being like a religion...

    ...mysterious cult is more like it! :eek:
     

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    scarry image.... ESET is burning...somebody help them :p :D o_O
     
  16. mvdu

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    LOL, pykko - yes, we NOD32 people can make fun of ourselves. :D

    I've found the support here to be satisfactory, and concerns are addressed.
     
  17. brackt

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    Just bought a 2 year family pack today . For the trial period ,I went through
    blackspears extra settings . Is there anything else I should do ? tia
     
  18. covaro

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    Assuming you had one of the new versions where you can upgrade the trial to the full Version, once you do that you should be good.

    -Cov
     
  19. brackt

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    2.51.28 . All went well with the upgrade . So I'm all set . OK , thanks . :)
     
  20. ThunderZ

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    :eek: Now I`m curious. My version shows as 2.51.26. I have it set to upgrade program components if available. :cautious:
     
  21. brackt

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    Apparently there's a 2.51.30 available here . http://www.nod32-av.com/
    I did a google search some time ago and found 2.51.28 . Forget where .
     
  22. ThunderZ

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    Ok....will the real Nod please stand up? Marcos? :rolleyes:
     
  23. Blackspear

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    2.51.30 explained HERE

    Cheers :D
     
  24. ThunderZ

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    Thanks Blackspear. That explains it for my situation. I d/l the paid for vers. from the Nod32 site. Then did a clean install instead of over the top of my trial vers.
     
  25. Graystoke

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    Although I am back to using NOD32 again, I do agree somewhat with Benvan45. Don't get me wrong, I believe the majority of the people at this forum are extremely helpful and have a great attitude. But there is a small minority who's attitude is sometimes hard to take. It makes me not want to use NOD32. That is why for the last couple of weeks I was trying out other AVs. Still looking.
     
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