Discussion in 'ESET NOD32 Antivirus' started by Thankful, Nov 15, 2007.
No changelog available yet.
This has prob been asked, but will this update come through Nod32 auto updates, or will I have to install over it?
Downloaded and installed, I cant see any visible difference. Ill wait for the changelog.
You should download and install over the top, you have the option to keep the current settings. I doubt this will come through auto-update, the others havent.
If there is no visible difference i wait a bit more to download that. It just doesn't make any sense. Does anybody know the improvements from .563?
I updated it and don't notice anything different.
Thanks for the tip. That's another thing we need, is an upgrade pop up notification.
So will ESET enlighten us sometime soon about the fixes in this build?
From the News page:
• fixed problem with installation on some systems
In other words, if you already have v3 installed, don't bother with this.
Can you add a link to your source. I don't see the information you're talking about.
Too bad they can't tell us what the fix is Before we go for the update.
Visit the following site for version 3.0.566 changelog;
To see the changelog, click any version number on the download page:
Unfortunately, the download page on eset.com at present shows release information up to v3.0.563.
This is possibly not a big deal to most people, but the lack of update to the change log has caused some consternation amongst posters.
The screenshot was actually taken from www.eset.com
So i take it upgrading is a waste of time for all of us with Outlook Express issues ??
Yes, the screenshot is from ESET. Click the link and see what you get........nothing for .566
Changelog for ESET Smart Security and NOD32 3.0
November 06, 2007 - 3.0.563
Problems with the firewall on multi-core computers running Windows 2000
Problems with updates via Microsoft ISA Server
Problem with displaying images from web sites
Problem with scanning video streams
November 06, 2007 - 3.0.560
It fixes the "Outlook Express" problem reported by many users (that Outlook Express takes two or three executions to start).
November 05 ,2007 - 3.0.551
Yeh and now Outlook Express only takes two executions to start.... greeeattt. Appreciate it ........ NOT
I d/l the latest version but, before installing, I emailed Eset Support to ask if it was a security update. This is the response; "The updates up to v3.0.566 fix a number of problems found since the release of the initial version, if you are not experiencing any issues then it is up to you if you update to the latest version".
So I guess I will keep the .exe file and await developments as I'm not having any problems with 3.0.560.
I am lucky not to have any issues, but I have upgraded to.566. It is 'super-light' on my Vista 64-bit system. It seems ESET has managed to 'lighten it up'.
ThreatFire 3.0.7 caused memory jump EAV 3.0.566
GUI - 3MB
Kernel - 28MB
Not ThreatFire installed
GUI - 600kb
Kernel - 17MB
They can keep it. Its far far far worse than all the other builds.
Fix !?!!! more like farce.
I look at updating security kind of like taking a prescription from a doctor, its usually a good idea and not a waste of time to do so.
Actually I found out perhaps in a reply somewhere above, that all 3 builds are almost identical. The differance between 553. and 566. is to make it easier to install. Nothing more. So when you say "other builds" you're seeing ghosts.
Pity they didnt make it easier to remove then lol.
Seriously whats the main differences between Versions 3 and 2.7 ? aside from the graphical fluff , only difference i see is that 2.7 actually works. ?
Windows Xp Pro Sp2
GUI - 7MB
Kernel - 37MB
Does this happen with the same configurations that I had in the EAV in the Windows Vista there is some explanation for this?
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