QUOTE(Ziggy @ Dec 24 2005, 10:05 AM)
So are you saying that is still takes like 12 hours to do a full system scan?
Eitherway, this is the method that fixed mine....and I'm certain that the description sums it up fairly well. "Do not suspend scan if CPU is utilized by other programs".
Too me if this box is checked, it means that KIS will scan no matter what other apps you have running......and will get a higher priority rating to obtain some CPU cycles to speed up the scan. If it's not checked, it will get the lowest priority for any CPU cycles.
I'm also fully aware that hard drive speed and RAM would play an important factor in this. If this box doesn't do anything for you, maybe your running it on and older/slower machine than I'm used to...??
Just curious....let me know.
if full computer scan takes several hours to complete, I think you have a serious problem with your computer..
my computer is not very special - P4 2.8 GHz, 512 MB RAM, 40 GB HDD 7200 rpm, WinXP Pro SP2, KIS 220.127.116.11 currently, but I have tested all since beta1 - for me the full computer scan takes between 25 up 38 mins with each built, total number of files scanned about 290,000 (more or less) and the option not to suspend the scan if CPU is utilized..., well it does not make any difference here - I checked this just out of curiosity last night.