Removable medias

Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by soneca, Jan 28, 2013.

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  1. soneca

    soneca Registered Member

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    Since I installed version 6 can not eject removable media for the first time, I have to repeat the process again so that the windows can release the media.
    Someone has had the same problem? o_O
     
  2. Niels

    Niels Registered Member

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    Most of the times it's normal behavior because Eset can automatically scan USB stick/drives, cd/dvd/blu-ray media after insertion. You can verify it by looking at the Eset icon (where you will see a spinning icon with a whit arrow) or in the GUI that a scan is performed.
     
  3. soneca

    soneca Registered Member

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    Thanks, but I never use automatic scanning. I tried everything to find this problem and it was solved soon after uninstalling version 6. I went back to version 5 which is very stable and with a prettier gui.
    Speaking of problems, a false positive from Eset.

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  4. wolliballa

    wolliballa Registered Member

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    I typically do not ask NOD32 to check new media. Message pops ip, but I decline...
    But up to now I have always been able to de-tach removable media ( safely remove or eject ) (USB-Sticks, flashdrives CD-ROM) with no issue on XP SP3, Vista Business SP2 or W7 Professional 64
     
  5. Marcos

    Marcos Eset Staff Account

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    The best course of action would be to capture file operations with Process Monitor while reproducing the issue. Supply it to Customer care for analysis or upload it to a safe location (in a compressed form) and PM me the download link.
     
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