Nod32 & huge *.htm files

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Dario, Jul 6, 2004.

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  1. Dario

    Dario Registered Member

    Jul 3, 2004
    SOED (Shorter Oxford English Dictionary v2.0, 2002) uses four big HTML files to store its dictionary:
    1.htm (37.881.541 bytes)
    2.htm (36.974.857 bytes)
    3.htm (41.378.864 bytes)
    4.htm (16.339.873 bytes)

    I don't know if Nod32 has some sort of "deep scan" for *.htm files but the program to consult the dictionary becomes so slooow that it is practically impossible to use.
    I tried putting the files/directory in the exclusion list but that didn't work, so I
    changed all the occurrences to those files inside the dict program with
    another extension and changed the extension of the files. Guess what,
    it works fine.
    Am I doomed to use SOED that way?

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