Obtaining an older version

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  1. Bakker

    Bakker Registered Member

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    Is it possible to obtain an older version of NOD32 anti virus?

    I've been having the issues described in various threads about the 1E Stop Error (BSOD). Several sources claimed that this was fixed in the 3.0.650.0 version.

    I desperately need this since almost all of my XP 64 Bit and Vista 64 Bit workstations have started BSODing with this stop error. The only exceptions are the ones to which i haven't deployed nod32 yet.

    In short, i'm trying to find a copy of the NOD32 Business Edition 3.0.650.0 64-Bit edition. If anyone could help i'd apreciate it.
     
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  2. Marcos

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    Would it be possible for you to create a full memory dump for analysis? I can provide you with instructions as how to do it or grant access to our ftp to upload the compressed dump.
     
  3. Bakker

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    Hello Marcos,

    I could try, the problem is that i'm not the one using these machines. If it can be set up so that the full memdump is saved automaticaly that'd be great.

    Do you also have a place where i can upload this?


    In the mean time, is it possible to get the 650 version? I have 2 machines (out of 5 that are crashing) that are absolutely vital, and i'd like to have them running stable).

    A little more info btw: The crash doesn't always happen. When it does i usualy boot into safe mode and disable/remove NOD32, then after another reboot i install it again and it'll be fine. It'll even survive reboots. But after a few days it'll start BSODing again, only removing nod32 will fix it.
     
  4. Marcos

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    You can enable complete memory dumps as shown in the screenshot below. If a BSOD occurs, it will save the content of the memory (dump) to c:\windows\memory.dmp. When created, compress it and upload it to our ftp (I'll provide you details in a PM).
     

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  5. Ayrton

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    I got the same issue. After installing 3.0.667 version all seems ok, but it gives me blue screens (1E Stop Error (BSOD) after rebooting, logging in, switching user etc.

    does 669 solve this issue?

    If not, I need an older version than 667.
     
  6. Bakker

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    669 does not solve this issue, neither does 657, according to others 650 does seem to fix it.
     
  7. Ayrton

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    Thanx, then where can I get the 650 build?
     
  8. Bubba

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    I just re-checked and as I type the .650 version is being offered as the trial version. If a registered user, they can replace the trial user name\password with their registered user name\password.
     
  9. Ayrton

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    Correct. I found the trail version on internet and installed it and used my register name/password. All is working fine now.
     
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