Problem with NOD32

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by farchord, Aug 13, 2006.

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  1. farchord

    farchord Registered Member

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    Hello! New user here.

    I renewed my copy of NOD32 about 2-3 months ago, and this morning, the Anti-virus started giving me errors saying my 30 days trial was over. What's with that!?
     
  2. farchord

    farchord Registered Member

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    waaaaait, just thought of something.

    I uninstalled IE7 about 2 days ago. Could this be causing this problem!?
     
  3. DavidCo

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    IE7 err nope
    Did you renew before expiry date.
    Did you get a new license key etc.
     
  4. farchord

    farchord Registered Member

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    Um no, I renewed after expiry date, but it worked for a while....
     
  5. DavidCo

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    You should have received an email from Eset with new data (key etc)
    This should be entered in place of the old ones.
    Did you get this email.
    I may be wrong of course.
    :)
     
  6. CJsDad

    CJsDad Registered Member

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    Same thing happend to me, I kept getting a message that my version of NOD32 was about to expire although I had renewed it a couple of weeks earlier.
    I contacted customer service by phone and the guy told me that I needed to use the new username and password with my renewal.
    I always thought that you could keep the same username and password but this is not the case.
    Once I entered the new info I no longer received those messages that NOD was about to expire.
     
  7. farchord

    farchord Registered Member

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    I did receive the new infos about a month ago. But for some reason, seems like it stopped me 30 days after having registered it.

    Cool thing is, I reinstalled NOD32, and now it works perfectly :)

    Like I said earlier, I think it was because of Internet Explorer 7. I installed NOD after I installed IE7, and by uninstalling IE7, it backgraded my registry, erasing the registration info...

    Just a supposition, but anyway, it's fixed :)
     
  8. duijv023

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    Just a little reminder: You guys do not have Hitmanpro installed on your systems? Just as that program package contains a 30 day version of NOD32. Under circumstances, it can overwrite settings of (licensed) NOD32 and turn it to a limited 30 day version.
    As far as I know, you can prevent this to happen by protecting the NOD32 settings with a password.
     
  9. tuatara

    tuatara Registered Member

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    You were using the 'old' NOD32 trial version (as was included in Hitman Pro at that time)

    The problem with this trial was that it had NO Username/Password system
    just a 30 days time-limit.

    And when you installed the commercial version OVER this one,
    (without installing the trial) NOD32 would still use the time-limit system.

    So you had to uninstall the trial, reboot and install the Commercial version.

    This problem is solved now (since about July 26th) , when you download a trial now,
    you can upgrade to a commercial version without having to uninstall the trial.

    For the record ....

    Hitman Pro is a free tool made in The Netherlands that combines several freeware antimalware products in one GUI (and does more then that of course).
     
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