NOD32 64-bit released

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by ronjor, Jul 27, 2005.

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  1. ronjor

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  2. nod32

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    does this product is more recommended then 2.50.25 for XP 32 bit ?
     
  3. Happy Bytes

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    Sorry to ask, but do you understand your own question? :eek:
     
  4. ME again

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    yes i have the original product that it is 2.50.25 (not for 64 bit) and i want to ask if that version Windows NT/2000/2003/XP 64-BIT 2.51.8 is more recommended then my current version ?

    (i have xp pro sp1 32 bit ! )
     
  5. Happy Bytes

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    Well, how should a 64Bit application work on a 32Bit System without the 64Bit CPU and/or an 64Bit Emulator on a 32Bit machine?
     
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    Well i thought the 64 bit version does work on 32 bit machines! (Was mentioned somewhere in this forum only!)
     
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    June 29th, 2005, 05:20 AM
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    Default Re: New beta of NOD 2.51.3 out...

    This version is compatible with both 32 and 64-bit versions of Win XP.
    Reply With Quote

    o_O
     
  8. meee

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    so what version is better tha newer for 64 bit or what i have now (2.50.25 for 32 bit) o_O
     
  9. Marcos

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    There's no difference in the program apart from that v. 2.51 contains AMON's driver and IMON's dll for 64-bit Windows systems.
     
  10. flyrfan111

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    It works fine on 32 bit systems as well. At least there are no problems here.
     
  11. msanto

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    Since McAfee and Symantec still only have corp versions this might be a great chance to get some additional customers!
     
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    English is not his first language obviously. However the question was understood by others. Expected better.
     
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    I tend to agree, I understood the meaning of the post, I too expected better, and especially from a forum moderator.
     
  14. Blackspear

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    And Mr Happy does not have English as his 1st language either. A little miscommunication, that's all ;) :D

    Cheers :D
     
  15. Cyber Surfer

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    Bravo Eset!

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    The release of NOD32-64 Bit proves once again that Eset is the leader in antivirus software and once again they have surpassed my expectations. Well done Eset! Version 2.51.8 is the leader in antivirus protection for 32 and 64 bit operating systems, in my opinion, and reinforces my continued support for this product. :)
     
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    Do any of you know if there were major changes from the 2.51.3 to the new 2.51.8? I don't know if I should update cause my setup is working flawless and don't wanna screw it up by upgrading to the new version.

    dja2k
     
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    I will quote Marcos:
    Cheers :D
     
  18. Cyber Surfer

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    I just upgraded to 2.51.8 and the installation was flawless. Just follow the prompts and when it asks to keep present settings, allow it to proceed.

    My understanding is that version 2.51.8 now has Imon and Amon for 64 bit antivirus protection, while the beta did not have Amon protection.

    Hope this helps. :)
     
  19. mrtwolman

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    Actually, the software should be soooo inteligent it could decide on its own which AMON will guard your chips.. :ninja:
     
  20. rdsu

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    So, we can use the 64bits in a 32bits system without any problem?
     
  21. Cyber Surfer

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    Vampiric Crow asked,
    "So, we can use the 64bits in a 32bits system without any problem?"

    Yes you can! I have version 2.51.8 of NOD32 running in both 32 bit and 64 bit in my dual boot system. Works very well in both. :D
     
  22. rdsu

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    Thanks ;)
     
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    Your post was removed. If you have issues with the forum, contact an administrator with your grievances.

    Thanks for your help.
     
  24. WSFuser

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    if teh new 64-bit version can be used on 32-bit OS, why does eset still list seperate 2000/xp (v2.50.25) and x64 (v2.51.8 ) ?
     
  25. rdsu

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    Good question.
     
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