NOD32 "last update time" question

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by gracie123, Jan 2, 2007.

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  1. gracie123

    gracie123 Registered Member

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    Hello, I am wondering if anyone can tell me if there is a way to make NOD32's current time (see screenshot) to my computer's time which is Eastern Time? If so, how?

    Thanks :)

    Gracie
     

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  2. Marcos

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    Adjust your local system settings, mine shows 2.1.2007 7:11:25
     
  3. gracie123

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    Hello Marcos,

    Do you mean adjust the time in Windows? I did just to see if it would work but it didn't fix the time in NOD32 when I clicked "Update now".
     
  4. Marcos

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    Did you also restart the computer?
     
  5. ctrlaltdelete

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    It shows the time of the last installed update, not the time u check for an update.

    Logfile will show the same time.
     
  6. gracie123

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    Hello everyone,

    Yes, I restarted the computer and also NOD32 updated but it still shows it in a different time... rather than my system time which is Eastern Time.

    Gracie
     

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  7. Bubba

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    Did you take that pic just minutes before posting ?

    Perhaps I am missing something Gracie and Please correct me if I am wrong but the 13:29 shown in your pic is 1:29 PM EST which should be your time because it is 12:39 PM CST in my location....1 hour behind you :doubt:
     
  8. gracie123

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    Hi Bubba,

    I took that pic when I started up my computer and NOD32 updated. That's why it was shown at 1:29PM ET. But what I am trying to say is, NOD32 does not show the time it updates in ET. It shows it in a different time zone as I've indicated on the screenshots. So I am just wanting to know why it wouldn't be showing the time in ET and how to make NOD32 show the update time in ET.

    Gracie :)
     
  9. ASpace

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    As Marcos suggested have you checked your time and date settings , time zone ...

    Have you tried reinstalling NOD32 ?
     

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  10. gracie123

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    Hi, yes I have... (see screenshot).

    I can try reinstalling NOD32, but if it doesen't help then I guess it's ok. Its just nice to know what time NOD32 last updated in my time zone which is ET.
     

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  11. ASpace

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    Sorry , I didn't read enough and I feel very stupid so I deleted my message ! Sorry ! ET , it is written in the screenshot but silly me ...
     
  12. gracie123

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    It's fine :)... I deleted the reply.
     
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