Installing Problems

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by zhe90, May 22, 2004.

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  1. zhe90

    zhe90 Registered Member

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    Hi.
    When i install NOD32 (nentenst.exe) and reboot, the start-up screen of Windows XP freezes. Any suggestions?
     
  2. ronjor

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    Did you mean to download Version one(nodwnten.exe) or did you mean to download version two(ndntenst.exe)?
     
  3. zhe90

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    version 2
     
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    I would go into XP using the safe mode, use system restore to a time before NOD was installed. It will be gone then. After which, I would run scandisk and check the disk for errors just to be sure it is okay.
    I would then try another install of NOD. If it is okay, you have fixed the problem.
    If not, there is a conflict somewhere that could involve many things.
    Make sure you have no other antivirus programs running on your system when you install NOD. Causes conflicts.
     
  5. zhe90

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    Where is scan disk located?
     
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    Right click My Computer icon, properties,tools,error checking, check now, put a check in automatically fix file system errors and restart your computer.
     
  7. zhe90

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    I do not have a tools tab.
     
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    Sorry, right click on C: drive icon
     
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    I suggest you choose to install as few modules as possible and try turning them off after a reboot.
     
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