NOD32.exe and CPU load

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Niko, Jan 25, 2007.

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  1. Niko

    Niko Registered Member

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    Hello,

    I've just updated my NOD32 to 2.70.26 French version.

    Something goes wrong now. I've a process named NOD32.exe running permanently and using high CPU load. (not less than 75 %) on an Athlon 2400+ 1.3Go RAM computer.

    Whith 2.5 version nod32.exe was only running while nod32 whas scanning the HD and CPU load wasn't higher tha 25 %

    My computer is now unconfortable.

    What can I do ? Should I reinstall 2.5 version ?

    Niko
     
  2. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    NOD32.exe ? Should be the on-demand scanner . Is it from C:\Program files\ESET ?

    Have you configured a scheduled scan ?

    Have you restarted the machine ?
     
  3. Niko

    Niko Registered Member

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    Yes, sorry. I just anderstand What happend

    several scheduled scan had been planned

    - 2 start at opening of the session,
    - 1 at a specific time
    - 1 after new virus signatures update

    All scans starts at the same time. Too much !

    I think that nod32 default scheduled task have been added to those I have defined in the XML config file of the mirror server

    Is it possible to force NOD to remove those default scheduled tasks when a config file is applied ?

    Is it possible to change scan priority to a lower level, to let the user to do what he needs of his computer even if a scan is already started ?

    Thanks
     
  4. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    2 start at opening the session with you (one is on my PC)
    I have no specific time scan . Just go to scheduler and uncheck and then delete the unwanted one (not the default scans)

    Yes , just configure what you want in the Configuration editor and push the file to the Mirror .

    I am not sure . You can turn nod32.exe to Low priority via the Task Manager but not sure if this would help .
     
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