Problem at Boot

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by WilliamP, Nov 27, 2007.

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  1. WilliamP

    WilliamP Registered Member

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    It seems that NOD is holding up the loading of most programs at boot. I believe that it is both loading and checking for updates at the same time. This has caused some programs to not load or not load correctly. It isn't a big problem,but I wish it wasn't so hoggish.
     
  2. duijv023

    duijv023 Registered Member

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    I'm seeing this too.
    FTR: also on v2.71!

    Recently installed NOD32 on a network, where some (lazy :blink: ) users are used to start applications through the startup folder.
    Now they have NOD32, and this "auto startup behaviour" cannot work anymore.
    Of course: as system-administrator I say "that's nice" :D , but it's a little bit hard to explain.

    At this moment I'm working on a IBM thinkvantage T60 notebook with windows XP-PRo SP2, fully patched.
    Startup of Windows, with loggin into a Windows 2003 DC takes now > 5 minutes, which were 2-3 minutes....

    So I agree: hopefully, some things can be done at this!

    Greetings from a very cloudy Holland
     
  3. Dave Garratt

    Dave Garratt Registered Member

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    Me too !
     
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