how 2 get rid of this warning

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by MCT, Jun 15, 2004.

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  1. MCT

    MCT Registered Member

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    im making an unattended CD, with software + my os silently installing

    this seems 2 be my only problem is the pic ive attached

    how can i disable it? so that it doesnt ask me 2 "ok" it on startup

    thanks :D
     

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  2. mrtwolman

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    Read my lips: The magic potion is called update from eset server :cool:
     
  3. bsilva

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    I think if you put it on Silent Mode under NOD32 System setup.
     
  4. MCT

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    Read My lips: Nod32 warning box comes up & doesnt disappear, there fore stopping all my other programs from loading properly, i have 2 be at the PC 2 click it OFF, or else the others wont load, & even if i slipstreamed the current update it will be out of date in X amount of days anyways, cause i dont plan 2 burn a new cd every week with the latest update, so i asked because im on dialup & i cant connect 2 the server soon as i install my OS

    EDIT: Silent Mode is activated, but the warning still comes up , thanks for the suggestion
     
  5. Marcos

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    If you have the most current version of the virus signature database installed (1.789), please check your system date as it is most likely incorrect.
     
  6. MCT

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    thats what im saying tho, im installing nod silently, so until i establish a connection i cant update it, so that message comes up always, and i dont really wanna update my cd every time a new database has been added, so i wanna supress the warning til i can get an active connection

    regards
     
  7. bsilva

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    I would check to see what you have under setup for updates. You may want to change it to dial-up connection or none until you are ready to update.
     
  8. Marcos

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    I assume you must have either the virus sign. database a few months old, or the system date is set incorrectly. Please post both info here so that we can make a conclusion.
     
  9. MCT

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    ok, seems u all are confused about my problem. ill repost..

    Im making an unattended install (so that all my software is preconfigured & installed along with XP)
    everything else installs fine, but my nod32 database is old, & thus pops up a warning saying my database is old & i must update it... BUT, none of my other programs will open until this message gets clicked off, so i need 2 find a way 2 supress this message, so my other programs will run...i am on dialup & nod is configured as such

    so can someone plz help :D
     
  10. MCT

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    bump.
     
  11. rumpstah

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    Turning off the automatic update under the Scheduler/Planner under NOD32 System Tools will possibly give you your desired result. Ensure you turn it back on. :eek:
     
  12. MCT

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    jeez, that sounds straight forward :D

    i didnt even think of that lol :oops:

    thanks man :D ill post back in a few, once i test it :D
     
  13. MCT

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    nope, sadly.. its still the same :(

    thanks tho for the suggestion :D
     
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