NOD ondemand.

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by GES/POR, Dec 21, 2006.

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  1. GES/POR

    GES/POR Registered Member

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    Dear gents and lads,

    Can i use nod 2.7 ondemand scanner aside to realtime avira antivir without conflict?

    TIA and good holiday.
     
  2. WSFuser

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    it may be possible (just disable all monitors and any startup entries), but why would u want to use NOD32 for ondemand only?
     
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    Ive recently bought myself avira antivir hbdev for the purpose of it's guard. Now i have a few days left before my nod licence expires.

    Im hoping when i install nod i will have the option to only install the ondemand and am hoping no bsod will come my way as i don't have the time to reinstall my os again.

    The hell with it. Ill try.

    Do you think i should use nod as main av (guard) instead of avira? If so, why?

    Thanks for the fast respons and have a pleasent evening.
     
  4. WSFuser

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    im thinking u should only have one AV installed.

    if u want more protection, use a-squared or avg anti-spyware. and if u must scan your computer with a second AV, try an online scanner; theres several to choose from.
     
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    A-squared is on my wishlist. Cus of it's current discount ill be buyin it before the end of the year.

    I thought i read somewhere on av comparitives to add a second ondemand scanner of another av for optimal protection and here i notice lot's of posters havin lot's of ondemand scanners aside their main aplication.

    So it's a definete no no?
     
  6. WSFuser

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    i just recommend only having one AV.

    not all AV can get along or be installed ondemand only, and theres online scanners u can use anyways.

    and if you are worried your realtime AV will miss something, then get a better AV to start with.
     
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