Scan stops after 4 seconds

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  1. knockertommy

    knockertommy Registered Member

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    Hello

    I am new to this forum and I kindly ask for your help.

    I started in depth analysis of my harddrive c: and d:

    C:/ goes well

    But when I start the analysis of d:/ it stops after 4 second despite having 65 GB of data.

    What can i do to scan the rest?

    Thanks in advance.

    Knockertommyhttp://home.no.net/frodesyv/nod32.JPG
     
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    If D is your re-image drive, while I never saw the point, so I changed my Blackspear settings just to do C drive. I use to get the same error.
     
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    Also try an individual scan of each folder in D and you can find the culprit that causes this. With me, it was Greenborder.
     
  4. knockertommy

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    How do I change this:

    If D is your restore or re-image drive...

    And how do i scan individual folders?

    So it dont have to do with the:

    D:\System Volume Information\MountPointManagerRemoteDatabase - error opening (Access denied) [4]
     
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    In your custom scan, change your command line for execution of an external application to:
    C:\ /adware /ah /all /antistealth+ /arch+ /clean /cleanmode /delete /heur+ /log+ /mailbox+ /ntfs+ /pack+ /quarantine /scanboot+ /scanmbr+ /scanmem+ /scroll+ /sfx+ /unsafe /unwanted /wrap+

    just copy and paste.
     
  6. knockertommy

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    Can it be right that a file scan takes only 4 seconds on the d drive and 25 minutes on c drive?

    Number of scanned files: 3354 (at d:/)

    D drive contains pictures and movies (68 GB)
     
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    I dont know, nor are my answers the words of Eset, but since no one else is chiming in, you might want to boot into safe mode and try scanning it again. If it doesnt find anything or if you get the same results, I would not worry.
     
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    knockertommy Registered Member

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    It might be correct

    Because when I go into setup and checks "list all files" and then do I local scan I can see the listed files at high speed with the words ... is ok.

    I now do an in depth analysis and it takes much longer.

    Thanks for your help trjam :)
     
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    no problem. We cant expect Marcos to answer every question, or he would never get any work done.;) Just remember, you are protected by the best product out there, and everyone else "wants" to be this good. :)
     
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