Uninstalling Nod32

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Nuke, Dec 18, 2007.

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  1. Nuke

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    I had a problem with a false positive and then I was informed that I did need to uninstall Nod32. I have had some problems trying to remove Nod32 from my computer. Can someone explain to me how I can get rid of this this DLL?

    By the way, I use voice-recognition and the Kensington expert mouse to do my work so using the keyboard can be a bit of a problem.

    I apologize if this is in the wrong forum.

    TIA
     

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    Nevermind, it is gone.
     
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  3. ASpace

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    Generally when something hasn't uninstalled normally or got corrupted , you just need to download the latest v2 installed from NOD32 and apply it over the existing one . Then , after restart , you can do whateven you like with it :)
     
  4. Nuke

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    Thanks for the reply. I decided to download the free AVG because right now I do not have time to configure Nod32. I have to admit that Nod32 is more lightweight than AVG. When things settle down I was thinking that I would install Nod32 on my new 20 inch iMac with 4 GB of RAM. I will be using Apples Boot Camp for XP. Are you aware of any compatibility issues with Nod32 on the Intel iMac? Also, not really sure about which version of Nod32 I should use but I am leaning towards 3.0. Finally, what is your take on SUPERAntiSpyware free edition?

    Thanks!
     
  5. ASpace

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    Hi !

    No , I have never heard of incompatibility issues between NOD32 and iMac. However , this is no 100% guarantee there are/are not such issues.
     
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