Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Dushtacat, Oct 3, 2006.
Is there any trick to running the NOD 32 modules and having one's network survive?
Try going to NOD32 Control Center --> IMON --> Quit. If that gets around the problem, you could have a corrupted Windows networking stack. You can try fixing that by performing a "Winsock repair", as described here:
Don't forget to restart IMON once you have repaired Winsock.
Been there. Didn't help. Any other ideas, please?
Hmmmm... what happens to your network, exactly? Does it stop working altogther? Does it become very slow? Does uninstalling NOD32 fix your network? Which version of Windows are you using? Did you have any other antivirus or firewall software installed before?
Perhaps you could run "netsh winsock show catalog" and post the result here.
Sorry, but if it makes it any easier, the user could try instead to type "netsh winsock show catalog > info.txt". This will put all the info displayed from this command into a text file that is easy copyable/pastable here.
Many thanks for the input.
Could you look that netsh command over again? It doesn't like the > as a type symbol.
Also. What happens is that when I activate IMON, the connection to the internet breaks. I'm not sure about internal workgroup computer access. The internet problem first.
I run XP Pro, with Sygate personal firewall. Thinkpad T20 with 900Mhz cpu. Broadband access through Linksys router.
Can you run just the netsh command? Do you actually have WinXP SP2?
Yes and yes.
How do I get the netsh command results uploaded to this board?
Use the mouse to highlight the text in the Command Prompt window. Hit Enter on your keyboard to copy the highlighted text, the paste it into your message to this board.
Right click the results, select copy, paste into notepad and post here as an attachment.
Two different ways, same results.
Separate names with a comma.