Ol' Red Eye won't roll over.

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by AaLF, Nov 11, 2007.

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  1. AaLF

    AaLF Registered Member

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    I want to take advantage of all the free trials floating around & test some 'other' security programs. I glanced over a couple of threads very sparsely and came away with the idea that Your Unistaller was a good product for the 'dirty deed' coupled with the claim that NoD 32 never grumbles on exit.

    So I plunged ahead with NoD's temporary decommissioning. But now I find Ol' Red Eye (kernel) lurking in the Processes Task Manager and he just got caught trying to tippy-toe out through his old port to pick up an update.

    How do I coax him out?
     
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    What ?! :blink:
     
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    lol,

    the way i read it is the uninstall didn't go as planned. Nod32 is still hanging around. :ouch:



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  5. AaLF

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    Too right.

    Come on.

    How do I get the critter out?

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    Well it's done. Assistance has been given and he's gone. Sad really. I know it's only for a short spell but I already miss that Ol' red eye glaring at me from the monitor when some germ is caught lurking around. I think I feel some sense of guilt in his departure. :(
     
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