program uses 99% cpu when NOD32 is enabled

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  1. funkyguy

    funkyguy Registered Member

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    when I have the latest NOD32 running in the background with windows xp sp2, a bittorrent program
    called ABC ( http://pingpong-abc.sourceforge.net/download.php ) uses 99%
    cpu after a while...
    If I dont have nod32 running ABC works as it should....
    ive tried a dozen of other antivirus programs , and they dont have this issue with ABC

    why is this happening?
     
  2. Blackspear

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    Hi Funkyguy, try altering the HTTP scanner and see if that sorts it out...

    Cheers :D
     
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    you mean adding ABC to the exclusion list in IMON? i'll give that a try....
    is my computer at risk if I put abc to the exclusion list?
     
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    No, do the following:

    Nod32 Control Centre

    IMON

    Setup

    HTTP (tab)

    Compatibility Setup

    Setup

    Click on your browser so it turns "Red" and goes to Higher Compatibility.

    See if this helps...

    Cheers :D
     
  5. funkyguy

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    my NOD was at higher comp. by default..
    why would putting my browser at higher comp fix the abc issue? hmm *shrugs*

    I put abc in exclusion list and now I dont have the CPU problem anymore :)
     
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    Because there is an issue with some websites not functioning properly, see here for a list of such...

    Cheers :D
     
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    oh, hehe....you are thinking of ABC News website?
    im talking about a bittorrent program called ABC (yet Another Bittorrent Client)
     
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    Sorry about that, went off on a different track, there is further discussion on Bittorent here

    Hope this helps...

    Cheers :D
     
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