QUOTE(howard bryant @ 15.11.2008 21:32)
I used the link in the sticky but the database was 6 months old.
I think you misunderstand how this process usually works. When Kaspersky, or any company for that matter, create an installation package for their software, they use a database version that's relatively current ** at that time. **
They do not
change the installation package again. They do not
update the databases again.
If you think about it, you can see why. Updating the databases would change the installation package and potentially introduce new problems every time they "touched" the software package.
It just isn't done - or at least I'm not aware of any company doing that with any software. That's why, when you install new software, it usually goes online and downloads the most current databases, patches, etc.