NOD32 issue as of today

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by LenovoT61B, Oct 29, 2008.

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  1. LenovoT61B

    LenovoT61B Registered Member

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  2. denholm

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    Sure it's not anything to do with your PC? No such problems here. :p
     
  3. Marcos

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    How does it affect your system protection if the license expiry date could not be retrieved for some reason? Just in case, please PM me your username so that I can verify that the license database server provides it correctly when queried.

    The number of blocked attacks resets when ekrn.exe is restarted (e.g. when you restart the computer).
     
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    KB958644 will force your computer to reboot if it is installed and the reboot is pending. That could be a likely source of the reboot, but you'll need event logs to confirm that.
     
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    Off-topic posts removed. For those of you that have a thread of your own, stop hijacking other people's or posting links in their threads to your own.
     
  6. LenovoT61B

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    Sent. Please let me know the results via PM only.
     
  7. LenovoT61B

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    What are you talking about? I have no idea what your saying? I just rebooted my computer because I wanted to and it shows 0 threats but in logs it is fine.
     
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    You never indicated that you rebooted intentionally which made it sound like the threat count reset was spontaneous. As Macros said, the count resetting when the kernel service is rebooted is designed behavior.
     
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    musikit - Your issue is not what this thread is about. Leave your issue in your own thread or stop posting here. These are our rules and those who would participate here need to follow them. You included.
     
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