Is there a fix for this?

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  1. Causes Drowsiness

    Causes Drowsiness Registered Member

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    Is there a fix for this problem where the NOD32 interface loses its menu and basic functionality?

    http://tinypic.com/view.php?pic=6p9y07k&s=1

    As you can see in the screenshot, important parts of the interface are all blocked out.

    Any help is appreciated, thanks!
     
  2. Dieselman

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    Very easily fixable. Go into advanced tree set up. Then go into the user interface tab and select display menu.
     
  3. Bubba

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    Kind of hard to determine what you are pointing out when using tinypic. Would you consider uploading it as an attachment to your post instead Please.

    Also, what in particular is "all blocked out" ?

    Bubba
     
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    Blocked out as in... well... heh, not accessible at all. They look like they've been painted white (the menu area).

    It wasn't like this before I rebooted today.

    I've attached an image to this post, hopefully that will give you a better idea. If not, I will take another screenshot and upload that.
     

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  5. Bubba

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    It appears you are using some type of skin enhancement, like of a better word ?
     
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    Yeah, you could say it *looks* like that. But I am not using any interface enhancements or skins of any type.

    btw, I am running Vista Home Premium.
     
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    Bless you my son :ouch: just kidding
    On that note, are you implying you have seen a similar thread where this was discusssed ?
     
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    Thanks for your blessings =P

    And no, I haven't seen a similar thread to this. If one exists, I am sorry for making another post on it (I am not too handy with the forum search engine).
     
  9. Bubba

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    Oh there's no problem with this thread you have started. I view quite a few on an hourly, daily basis throughout the site but could not recall one like this nor similar, (but memory ain't what it used to be).

    I was hoping one did exist so We could feed off that in determing this problem :doubt:

    If you re-boot it still comes back this way ?
     
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    Yes, still the same after a reboot.
     
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    uninstall eav and
    delete the registry key and then it came to correct
    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\ESET
    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ESET
    :thumb: :thumb: :thumb:
     
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    Thank you! This worked.
     
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