Is this a problem checking for updates?

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  1. Bob_T

    Bob_T Registered Member

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    I am a registered user of NOD32.
    Also, I am pretty sure I have entered my Username and Password correctly in the program.

    I keep getting the following error messages (as examples) in my event log. Is this "normal"
    Also, is there supposed to be a license key in the License Tab in NOD32 setup? Mine has no entry>
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    Time Module Event User
    11/10/2006 21:06:21 PM Update Error connecting to server u3.eset.com.
    11/10/2006 9:05:21 AM Update Error connecting to server 82.165.250.33.
    11/9/2006 16:04:22 PM Update Error connecting to server u8.eset.com.
    11/9/2006 6:03:45 AM Update Error connecting to server u8.eset.com.
    11/8/2006 21:02:45 PM Update Error connecting to server u8.eset.com.
    11/8/2006 14:02:46 PM Update Error connecting to server u8.eset.com.
    11/8/2006 7:02:46 AM Update Error connecting to server u8.est.com
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  2. CtlAltDelete

    CtlAltDelete Registered Member

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    No, that's typical.
     
  3. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    Hello Bob-T . Welcome to Wilders ! :)

    Ok

    These error messages are from 4 days ago . Second , the event log only enters errors , not successful connections . It has reported that you couldn't connect to server u8.eset.com , which was down and at the moment is completely taken away , which means ESET NOD32 will not use it. The other errors (from u3 and 82.165 ...) shows that when your computer has tried to update NOD32 , it connected to these . They were currently busy servicing other clients and your NOD32 automatically turned to another servers which were free at that moment so that you got the update successfully . Nothing to worry about !

    Make sure you are connected to the internet and open Control Center -> Update and press Update now . Your NOD should download and apply all the latest protection definitions . The latest is 1862

    If you are single user , NO .


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  4. Bob_T

    Bob_T Registered Member

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    Thanks to both of you for the quick reply.

    It makes me feel very comfortable with this program now.

    BTW, I am a defector from NAV, TM, and OneCare. So far, in comparison, NOD32 is wonderful.:thumb:
     
  5. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    We are glad you like NOD32 . I am sure you will be impressed by it a lot . :thumb:
     
  6. The Hammer

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    It should be clarified that the Event log will not show a sucessful connection for which an update was not available for download. Sucessful connections for which a download was available are shown.
     
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