Any conflict with Nod32?

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#1

I just switched from AVG to Nod32 and was wondering if there’s any confict while backing up a dvd. I use anydvd and recode. Nod32 can’t be shut off completely unlike AVG. Anyone? Is it safe?


#2

I’ve never heard of a conflict. I suppose if it were to slow your system down a lot it could cause a problem but NOD32 is supposed to be good on resources. I use KIS 7 and have zero problems, so, it seems very unlikely you’d run into an issue.


#3

I have never had any conflicts with either [U]Eset NOD32[/U] v2.7 or [U]Eset NOD32[/U] v3 and [U]AnyDVD[/U].

If you want to reduce possible lagging of the system when making backups then just disable the AV temporarily. You should have no need to exit it completely.


#4

I’ve used NOD32 for the`last two years and haven’t experienced any problems with regard to NOD32


#5

No problems here with NOD32 v2.7 and AnyDVD. I used that combination on an older 478-Prescott 3.4ghz single core system without any problems.


#6

[QUOTE=maxxjulie;2027244]I just switched from AVG to Nod32 and was wondering if there’s any confict while backing up a dvd. I use anydvd and recode. Nod32 can’t be shut off completely unlike AVG. Anyone? Is it safe?[/QUOTE]

I think you made a good choice in NOD32…I have used it for long time with great protection
and no problems with “AnyDVD” running at the sametime…and also while writing to CD/DVD.
I always turn off all other programs not needed and stay offline just for GP.

Gdub47:)


#7

[QUOTE=maxxjulie;2027244]I just switched from AVG to Nod32 and was wondering if there’s any confict while backing up a dvd. I use anydvd and recode. Nod32 can’t be shut off completely unlike AVG. Anyone? Is it safe?[/QUOTE]

Just letting you know that recode uses more ram than clonedvd2. EDIT: should’ve looked at the date before posting on a 3 week old thread