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Deslecting the above options will not pose a risk to users with a router, Wi-Fi, or other local NAT device. I think it's necessary we find a solution for this, not having to type any special command.   What I did to make the installer start was the following... 1. s r.o., ESET North America or Eurosecure. Include the address of this thread in your request.

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Jump The result is, I cannot install the antivirus or even I cannot uninstall it.   Please, see the screenshot here, this is the error I get: hxxp://i126.photobucket.com/albums/p110/mrmister001/errornod32-7.jpg   You'll see it Please, could you tell me how may I do that?

Press the Windows key + R to open a Run dialog. Click OK to confirm the changes and return to the main program window. they would be connecting directly to the access point.

s r.o. - All rights reserved. This will change in the future and here's why.Recently, one of these people called me complaining of a NOD32 error every time Windows 7 started up. Sorry There was an error emailing this page. AFAIK they will be automatically created in %temp% (they should have the format "Msi*.log").

If it is, it shouldn't be, the signal should be off of the router. wainuitech24-01-2011, 08:20 PMmmmmmm yea but the ipod touch and android wouldnt be connecting to the PC for the wireless. The tool will scan your system and close automatically if no threats are present. recommended you read Figure 1-2 Type the website or domain you want excluded in theEnter a mask that specifies aURL addressfield and clickOK(for each website you add, be sure to either include "www." or

If the Access point is directly from the router the PC's should have noting to do with the ipod/Phone ??? In the Intrusion detection section, deselect the following options: - ARP Poisoning attack detection - DNS Poisoning attack detection - TCP Desynchronization attack detection - Reverse TCP Desynchronization attack detection NOTE: I always get the same error, a Windows Installer error, asking me for a DLL and NOD is not offering me any kind of information about what kind of DLL is or how to solve the problem?

See our list of Uninstallers (removal tools) for common Windows antivirus software for assistance removing previously installed software. http://www.wilderssecurity.com/threads/nod32-v4-2-blocking-some-downloaded-installers.312585/ If I have this problem in 2 computers from 3, then it's clear more people wordlwide is having this problem and they simply cannot install NOD32... Seems to be there is a miss configuration or particular scenario in which the MSI file fails, and this scenerio happen under normal Windows configurations, because the problem is happening in I think it's urgent ESET solve this.

Once upon a time I ran into this issue (not sure if it was with ESET or another product) and since I didn't want to be bothered by UAC prompts and Edited January 31, 2015 by mrmister 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites Marcos 1,677 Group: Administrators Posts: 7350 Kudos: 1677 Joined: February 8, 2013 Posted Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Contact Privacy Legal Information Return Policy Sitemap ESET © 2008–2017 ESET North America. Facebook Twitter YouTube LinkedIn Contact Privacy Legal Information Return Policy Sitemap ESET © 2008–2017 ESET North America.

III. Several functions may not work. Yet it was stated the problem is with the Ipod /Phone, no mention of a PC (s) she has an iPod touch and I have an android phone So where is Among the unknown processes were Chrome, Firefox and IrfanView.

What I mean is this problem is affecting to more people... BLEEPINGCOMPUTER NEEDS YOUR HELP! This is similar to when a Rogue Antivirus executes the attrib command to hide all files.

That will tell you if it is NOD or not.

lobbying in 2016 Many major tech companies spent less money lobbying in Washington in 2016, but a handful, including... tried restarting the router/AP? All other names and brands are registered trademarks of their respective companies. This does not appear to be an issue isolated to Win32/Sirefef but to multiple Rogue Antivirus applications.

Just my two cents about this. s r.o. Site Changelog Community Forum Software by IP.Board Sign In Use Facebook Use Twitter Need an account? A DLL required for this install to complete could not be run.

At this point, we will probably just walk away from the software without running the un-installer.To that end, I will rename the folders where the software lives to further insure it In 2 computers I have this problem with the msi file, the DLL problem because the msi file don't run with administrator rights. When I upgraded the firmware of my router, that solved my problem.