Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by electra, Feb 14, 2004.
when i uppgrade to version 2.000.9 my internet connection dont work anymore.
I'll take it you are running the commercial version. Please drop firstname.lastname@example.org an email, cioming with your user name, info regarding your Operating System and software installed and an explanation from your problem.
I had similar problem look here(Go back to v2.000.6)
However, I found if you install v2.000.9 on a format and clean installed XP, such problem disapper
If you have the latest program comp. update 2.000.9 installed and the problem persists though, please give the repair option in the advanced IMON setup a try. If no avail, drop an email to email@example.com.
I am having similar pros as this other chap.
I updated my NOD32 then after that it would not update, it kept saying error cant find (NOD32 file) and I couldn't update anymore.
So I deleated NOD32 then downloaded and older version hoping this would fix it, but what do you know I now get (can't find socket) error when I try to manually update.
Any help or advice on what to do would be great because I feel rather unprotected when I'm on the net
Thank you all for your time
Maybe this will help:
Download a fresh new version of NOD32 from the ESET site; you need your username and password from the last time you bought it.
Disable IMON, AMON etc on your existing NOD32.
Uninstall existing NOD32.
Install the fresh downloaded NOD32.
Update NOD32 now again (make sure your firewall is not blocking connections).
IMON Setup >
Advanced setup >
In "Network configuration changes" click "repair now".
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