Last Update Unknown

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  1. Daniel M

    Daniel M Registered Member

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    When an update is performed, the date that the update was done is listed under the line item "Last update:" This is good. The PC is turned off at the end of the day, started the next morning and the "Last update:" is listed as "<Unknown>". Why will NOD32 not remember when the last update was performed after a power off state.

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  2. marti

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    I have noticed the same thing, but I don't see it as a problem, just an annoyance.
     
  3. Eliot

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    Just hit the update button and the date and time pop right back in there! ;)
     
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    That is my solution also! However, it is strange that the program doesn't show the update information after a reboot.
     
  5. Antarctica

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    Same problem here, but not every time. May be
    a small bug only. Not very important anyway. ;)
     
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    Hi all,

    No probs over here, keeps remembering quit well:

    rgds,
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  7. Daniel M

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    Hey Martin,

    Your update shows that you updated to 1.508 (20030912) on Sept. 10, 2003.

    I thought that the 1.508 update was not availaible until Sept. 12, 2003 so how could you of updated to the 1.508 on Sept. 10.

    Maybe your up "Last update:" date is not correct. Please check your event log to see when you actually updated to 1.508. I'm interested in seeing what your event log says.

    Daniel
     
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    Hi Daniel,

    your absolutely right, i didn't even noticed it :rolleyes:

    It was the 12th, the latest release, it seems to me that NOd has developed date problems :D

    rgds,
    Martin
     
  9. Paul Wilders

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    ...although this does not occur on all systems ;):

    regards.

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    Just to let u know my last update has the correct date the same as paul even if i shut down my system it remains correct.


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  11. Eliot

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    I have mine set to update every hour and it got the same version as Paul, but only 6 hours later. My computer stays on 24/7 too. I am lost here. lol. No big deal just curious and glad I'm not a cat. lol :D
     
  12. Paul Wilders

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    There's an easy explanation for that Time Zones - yours and mine are different ;)

    regards.

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  13. Eliot

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    I would have NEVER been able to guess that Paul. LOL. I woulda spent hours diggin for an answer that never would have surfaced. Thanks for making me laugh and learn at the same time!!! :D
     
  14. Paul Wilders

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    You're welcome, Eliot ;)

    regards.

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  15. cheber

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    So will this bug ever get fixed? Over 1 week since the topic was started. Or is " ...although this does not occur on all systems" the fix? Or maybe updating just to see "last update"? I don't think so...
     
  16. Paul Wilders

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    It's a minor issue really, Just open the Control Center > logs > event log, and you'll be presented with all up to date info on this subject.

    regards.

    paul
     
  17. Vigilante

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    Yep; that's a minor issue, just like the documentation, and it is called 'ATTENTION TO DETAIL'!!
     
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