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socrates28
post 16.07.2011 22:41
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Having just updated to KIS12 - I performed a full scan - this took 2-3 hours and I could surf the internet whilst it was scanning.

In the past I could do a full scan on KIS11 and happily surf away with a slight loss of speed

Now it seems I cannot surf at all - is this normal?
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Berny
post 16.07.2011 22:58
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QUOTE(socrates28 @ 16.07.2011 20:41) *
Having just updated to KIS12


Hello

Did you proceed with a clean install ?
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post 16.07.2011 22:59
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QUOTE(Berny @ 16.07.2011 21:58) *
Hello

Did you proceed with a clean install ?


Totally clean
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Berny
post 16.07.2011 23:12
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Can you please post à Gsi log http://forum.kaspersky.com/index.php?showtopic=915
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post 16.07.2011 23:18
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QUOTE(Berny @ 16.07.2011 22:12) *


http://www.getsysteminfo.com/read.php?file...66a0af7cf17a395
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Berny
post 16.07.2011 23:29
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Please uninstall Ask Toolbar and Windows Live Onecare

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post 16.07.2011 23:32
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Also, your event log is flooded with disk errors. You should run the chkdsk utility.

Double click My Computer, right-click the disk you want to check, > Properties > Tools > Error Checking > Check Now > Check Both Boxes > Start. You will probably get a message saying the volume is currently in use and asking you if you want to run chkdsk on the next startup. Type y and press ENTER. Restart your computer.

You can review the results by right-clicking My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer > Application. Look in the Source column for WINLOGIN. Double-click to read results.

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post 17.07.2011 11:46
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QUOTE(dh27564 @ 16.07.2011 22:32) *
Also, your event log is flooded with disk errors. You should run the chkdsk utility.

Double click My Computer, right-click the disk you want to check, > Properties > Tools > Error Checking > Check Now > Check Both Boxes > Start. You will probably get a message saying the volume is currently in use and asking you if you want to run chkdsk on the next startup. Type y and press ENTER. Restart your computer.

You can review the results by right-clicking My Computer > Manage > Event Viewer > Application. Look in the Source column for WINLOGIN. Double-click to read results.


I started this overnight - everything was fine but D drive was running for hours and still only at 10% - I cancelled it - whats next?
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post 17.07.2011 13:19
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Backup and replace D drive is my suggestion. Sounds like it's on the way out.


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post 17.07.2011 13:28
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Is the scan hanging on one specific object ?
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post 17.07.2011 13:34
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QUOTE(Berny @ 17.07.2011 12:28) *
Is the scan hanging on one specific object ?


I will perform the task again as I am out most of the day and see where we are later and report back

Thx for sticking with me guys!
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post 17.07.2011 14:55
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You could scan drive "D" separetly ...
Any better if you uncheck the "scan all archives" option ?

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