NOD32 2.5 Final Will Be Released May 6th

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  1. hayc59

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    NOD32 2.5 final will be released May 6th according to-->
    http://www.nod32.com/nod25.pdf
    thanks imation2458 for the info
     
  2. Trooper

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    Cool good news.

    I wonder how this will be rolled out for licensed users like myself? o_O
     
  3. rumpstah

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    Since this is a major upgrade, the following rules would apply:

    The product and all its modifications will be delivered via Internet download.
    Prices include all updates and program upgrades during the license period.

    Generally this is a push update/upgrade. Akin to receiving definitions, just bigger. ;) If one has Perform program component upgrade if available checked in the update module or Notify before program component upgrade, then it will be automatic (the latter will require permission to apply).

     
  4. rdsu

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    Very good :)

    The best Anti-Threat on the planet... :D
     
  5. jayt

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    Will a restart of the computer be necessary after automatic upgrade?
     
  6. tazdevl

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    Is that really a big deal jay?

    Given the fact that you're installing a new version, I'm sure you will.
     
  7. DonKid

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    Hi,

    Probably it will.

    Best regards,

    DonKid.
     
  8. Firecat

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    Hmmm....Interesting :)
     
  9. Elray

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    Hope the new release version works as well for me as the 2.12.3 version I have had since I started with Nod32 last September. I don't think I have had one serious glitch since getting automatic updates to work (and they do that seamlessly). I don't know whether to be excited or scared!

    Elray o_O
     
  10. Blackspear

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    Be excited, this new version is very stable and a nice improvement.

    Cheers :D
     
  11. beethoven

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    Will we also have the updated Blackspear Extra Settings for Nod 2.5 on Friday o_O
    Please, please, please :D
     
  12. Blackspear

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    LOL, you will have to give me a day or two, I do have an actual job, but I will get it done ASAP... ;) :D

    Cheers :D
     
  13. Elray

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    An actual job?

    And we all thought you spent half the day on the beach and the other half hanging out here at Wilders to bring comfort and solace to the rest of us.

    Seriously, your advice on the extra settings will be welcomed and much appreciated by all.

    Elray ;)
     
  14. PlexShaw

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    Yes, saw this announcement in the other thread, and am looking forward to it, given how good the beta is.

    Also looking forward to "Blackspear's NOD32 Tweak-fest". :ninja:
     
  15. DonKid

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    And we all thought you spent half the day on the beach and the other half hanging out here at Wilders to bring comfort and solace to the rest of us.

    I think he lives in an Island with a Wi-Fi network, drinking cocoa water. :D

    No, he's selling NOD32 and helping people buying their first computer with the BEST antivirus/antispyware program.

    Best Regards,

    DonKid.
     
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  16. LedZep

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    cool, guess I can start planning to roll v2.5 out for a couple of 50user sites... always fun to watch people panick when their pc 'suddenly' reboots

    :D yup, a regular BOFH I am :D
     
  17. izi

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    I hope that ESET will fix this white spot on final version!


    Best regards,

    Izi
     

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  18. Happy Bytes

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    :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek: :eek:

    Are you using some skinning software?
     
  19. dog

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    It must be ;)

    I haven't had any such problem with any of the beta's.

    Steve
     

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  20. rdsu

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    This problem was already mentioned in other beta topic...

    I use only a Visual Style and have this problem...

    You can try the VS from here: ClassicX
    But you have to patch a file to use VS without having others programs, like StyleXP.
    Download for patch here: Neowin UXTheme Multi-Patcher
     
  21. dog

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    Hmmm ... that's strange I have patched my uxtheme.dll to use unsigned visual styles, and I don't experience this at all.

    Added screen shot showing use of an unsigned visual style
     

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  22. Marcos

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    It's a problem of ATI Catalyst drivers which seem to suffer from an issue with XP styles. The issue can be ironed out by setting 16-bit color mode.
     
  23. izi

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    Hello Marcos!

    Yes, I have ATI graphics card and I have latest drivers. I hope that ATI will fix this bug.

    Regards,

    izi
     
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  25. Marcos

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    Have you restarted the machine or at least NOD32 Control Center?
     
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