NOD32, shortcuts and Office

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by lavrendi2, Oct 9, 2007.

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  1. lavrendi2

    lavrendi2 Registered Member

    Oct 9, 2007
    I installed NOD32 2.73 *registered* version on WinXP SP2 Corporate French

    In My Documents, I have two shortcuts that link to a) a local dir, and b) a server dir

    My Documents is itself a server dir, mapped to U: and synchronized for offline use.

    C:\WINDOWS\CSC has been moved to D:\CSC using cachemov.exe

    When NOD32 is installed and I click either shortcuts from within Office 2003 Open files dialog box, computer totally freeze! Nothing to do. Can't kill any task. I have to cool reboot.

    When NOD32 is uninstall, everything works fine.

    I am working without antivirus right now for this reason.

    Any clue ?

    UNC issue ?
    Office 2003 / NOD32 issue ?
    Synchronization issue ?
  2. ASpace

    ASpace Guest


    First , let me start that there is no official English or French version 2.73 version of ESET NOD32 Antivirus.

    The latest are 2.70.32 and 2.70.39 , do you mean this ?

    Since NOD32 is already uninstalled , manually delete the folder called ESET in C:\Program files

    Get the latest version of NOD32 and install it . Update it !

    Follow these instructions:

    1. Open NOD32 Control Center -> AMON
    Press Setup button
    You have "Detection" tab opened . Uncheck Network as shown here:


    2. While still in the AMON's setup , navigate to the "Exlusions" tab
    Choose the Add button .
    - Choose to permanently exclude these folders and their subfolders:

    - Choose to permanently exclude this file:

    3. Confirm the changes with OK

    4. Open NOD32 Control Center -> DMON
    Choose the Quit button and confirm by choosing Yes.
    It should become grey just like my EMON in this screenshot.


    These changes to the settings will for sure pose no risk to your computer , don't worry about this :thumb:

    Hope this helps! :)
  3. lavrendi2

    lavrendi2 Registered Member

    Oct 9, 2007
    Thanks a lot! I'll try this. It'll probably do the job.

    (BTW, yes, it was 2.70.39, not 2.73)
  4. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    Please , let us know the result. :thumb:
  5. lavrendi2

    lavrendi2 Registered Member

    Oct 9, 2007
    Thanks a lot.:D

    I just did the first step of your procedure (baby's steps method - disable one thing at a time and see what happens). More specifically, I just disabled the Network detection.

    It works!:thumb:

    I see no reason to disable CSC, U: and others at the moment, but if future issues arise, I'll try these too.:cool:

    Again, thousand thanks.:D
  6. ASpace

    ASpace Guest

    You are welcome!
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