NIS 2009 Conflicting with G15 Revision 2 Keyboard

Discussion in 'other anti-virus software' started by R3XNebular, Oct 19, 2008.

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  1. R3XNebular

    R3XNebular Registered Member

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  3. vijayind

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    I am guessing, NIS 2009 SONAR is blocking G15 software. Try adding the folder/app into exclusion for scan and auto-protect.
     
  4. R3XNebular

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    Did as you said but no luck same issue
     
  5. demoneye

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    also for me nav/nis 2009 make a conflict(not with g15) and cant update my diff files ...someone from norton read it and maybe will help....1 thing is for sure...nav/nis are bugy ! i try on same system configuration, other suits around like avire/nod32/kis2009 worked perfect! only nav/nis2009 gave me a a pain in the brain :mad:
     
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  6. Zombini

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    How do you know this ? Did you see any SONAR alerts ?
     
  7. vijayind

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    Like I said, I guessed. Since NIS 2009 doesn't detect the G15 software as malware. So logically, it might be the behavioral/HIPS element that may be flagging it. In this case, maybe as a keylogger ...
     
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    Maybe post your problem at the Norton forums, the Symantec staff there is real helpful. I'll bet you problem is easily solvable.
     
  9. R3XNebular

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    Have posted a topic on their forum, will get back here with the solution... if there is one, hopefully the solution isn't uninstalling NIS 2009
     
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