Vista X64

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by pastiny, Oct 19, 2008.

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  1. pastiny

    pastiny Registered Member

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    Good evening,


    does NOD32 V.2 work fine with Vista X64 ?



    Kind regards
     
  2. ASpace

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    Yes , it works .
     
  3. pastiny

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    Thanks for the reply.


    And' necessary also to disable windows defender?
     
  4. ASpace

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    No , it isn't . They complement well with each other.
     
  5. wiak

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    no issues with NOD32 3.0 and 2.7 (on 64-bit XP)
    eset was the first to support 64-bit :thumb:
     
  6. pastiny

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    Hi,


    I currently possess a license for NOD32 V.3 that use on XP PRO X86 SP3 [ in the desktop ], but on the new laptop HP Pavilion dv6787el [ Vista Business X64 ] I will install' NOD32 V.2.7 :cool:



    Bye

    pastiny
     
  7. ASpace

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    Out of curiousity - why v2.7 on the x64 machine ? v3 and the upcoming newer version are the future . One cannot fight future threats with utilities from the past and NOD32 v2 is definitely something from the past . Yes , the past was nice , great program but the future isn't bad either
     
  8. Webby

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    Going strong on Vista Business X64 using NOD32 V.2.7

    Webby
     
  9. Eagle Creek

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    Works fine here :).
    I did disable Windows Defender because I don't like the program, but before I did I couldn't find any compatibility issues.
     
  10. pastiny

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    Thx


    pastiny
     
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