How to update NOD32 with new username & password (Version 2) 

How to install NOD32 (Version 2) 

How to install NOD32 Version 3) Requires Adobe Acrobat reader 

How to remove a password from NOD32 (Version 2)

How to control your PC remotely from a Mac

Windows is unable to install updates after repairing the operating system

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How to update NOD32 (version 2) with new username & password

Click on NOD32 on the task bar

   

Click on Update

 

Click on Setup

 

 

Then click on OK.

If you want to run an immediate update click on Update now. If not Click on Hide.

Well done! That was not so hard!

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How to install NOD32

 

In the email that you were sent is a hyperlink to download the latest version of the software from the ESET website. You can either run this from the website or download it onto your PC.

Run the Setup.exe file

Click on Extract

 

 

Click on Next

 

Copy and paste your Username and Password into the boxes

 

Click Next

 

Click Next

 

Tick Enable threat ...

Click Next

 

Click Enable

Click Next

 

Click Next

 

Click Next

 

To restart now click Finish.

 

For more detailed instructions as to how to load and configure NOD32 please follow these links

 

NOD32 Version 2.7 Quick Installation Guide 2.24  

NOD32 Version 2.7 Installation Guide  4.18 MB  

 

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How to remove a password from NOD32

 

You may have discovered there is no way to remove the program Nod32 without the password – even if you try to do this using the Windows program removal option you'll be prompted to enter it. Or to add a new username and password

According to the Nod32 web site you'll need to get an unlock key to do this. So, first visit this link and download the program unlock.exe to your computer and then run it: . When you do this, a window will open displaying an ID code. Visit this page: and type the ID code into a message to the support team – tell them you need an unlock code for the software because you've lost your password and want to uninstall the program or to update it. 

 

You'll then receive a reply from the ESET support team. Run the Unlock.exe program again, enter you unlock code and click Unlock – the program will then have the password protection disabled allowing you to uninstall it either using the Windows program removal utility (Start, Control Panel, Add or Remove Programs) or using the program's own uninstall utility which you can access via Start, All Programs, Eset, Uninstall.

 

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How to control your PC remotely from a Mac

 

VNC had long been a popular program to access the desktop of another PC. However, there are those who need to access a from a Mac. The best program we have found is Chicken of the VNC. This will interact with any of the VNC server programs.

 

Chicken of the VNC is a VNC client for Mac OS X. A VNC client allows one to display and interact with a remote computer screen. In other words, you can use Chicken of the VNC to interact with a remote computer as though it's right next to you.

 

Chicken of the VNC 2.0b4 

 

About Chicken of the VNC

A fast, lightweight VNC client for Mac OS X. A VNC client allows one to display and interact with a remote computer screen. In other words, you can use Chicken of the VNC to interact with a remote computer as though it’s right next to you. 

 

Chicken features automatic server discovery via Rendezvous; listen mode for navigating through firewalls; an auto-scrolling full-screen mode; keychain integration; CPU performance throttling; remappable, smart unicode keybindings; mouse button emulation and native multibutton support; tons of supported transfer encodings including Tight and ZLib; and customizable connection profiles. 

 

This program is distributed under the GNU public license. Source code is available and contributions are welcome!

 

What’s New in this Version

- Now a universal binary

 

  

System Requirements

Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later

VNC Server needs to be installed on your Windows XP PC and a password set.

Don't forget to open up Firewall Port on your Windows XP PC. 

Call the Port VNC, the default value is 5900.

 

Download Chicken of the VNC This link takes you to sourceforge.net 1.2 Mb

 

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Microsoft Windows XP Pro & XP Home

Windows is unable to install updates after repairing the operating system

With the arrival of Windows Genuine Advantage Tool comes a few problems associated with Automatic Updates.

Your Windows XP Operating system has become unstable or for what ever reason you have chosen to run a repair option over the existing Windows Directory and all of a sudden you cannot get any Windows updates. This is because a file has been trashed in the process. There is a simple remedy for this that allows you to reset the file and reinstate Windows Updates (about 81 of them!).

This is all done in the Command Window. You can copy & paste in these commands.

 

1. Stop the Automatic Updates service. To do this, follow these steps:

2. Click Start, click Run, type cmd, and then click OK.

3. At the command prompt, type the following commands, and then press ENTER after each command:

 

net stop wuauserv

4. Register the file that is used by Windows Update and Microsoft Update. To do this, follow these steps:

 

5. At the command prompt, type the following command, press ENTER after the command, and then click OK when you receive a verification message:

 

regsvr32 %windir%\system32\wups2.dll

 

Note: for x64 machines regsvr32 %windir%\syswow64\wups2.dll

 

6. Start the Automatic Updates service. To do this, follow these steps:

At the command prompt, type the following commands, and then press ENTER after each command:

 

net start wuauserv

exit

 

After this you will be able to install the updates.

 

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These are the way to remove cookies from your web browser manually

alternatively you can download this bit of software that will remove them automatically. This open in a new window and takes you to an external site.

 

Windows PC

Google Chrome

Click on the "Tools" menu and select "Options".

Click the "Under the Bonnet" tab, locate the "Privacy" section and click the "Clear browsing data" button.

Select "Delete cookies and other site data" to delete all cookies from the list (alternatively, you can remove all cookies created within a specific time period by selecting the period you want from the dropdown list).

Select "Clear browsing history" to delete traces of which websites you've visited.

Select "Clear download history" to delete records of which files and programs you've downloaded.

Select "Empty the cache" to delete cached website pages.

You can also delete saved passwords (which log you into websites) and saved form data (such as your name and address).

Then click on the "Clear browsing data" button.

Click on the Close button when you've finished.

 

Internet Explorer 9

Open Internet explorer window

Click the “Tools” button

Point to “safety” and then click “delete browsing history”

Tick the “cookies” box, then click “delete”

 

Internet Explorer 8

Click "Safety" on the Command bar

Select "Delete Browsing History"

Select the option for cookies and click Delete 

Alternatively, Internet Explorer 8's new InPrivate browsing feature allows users to browse the internet without recording information from visited sites (including cookies). To use InPrivate mode:

 

Click "Safety" on the Command bar

Select "InPrivate Browsing"

 

Internet Explorer 7.x

Exit Internet Explorer 7, and then exit any instances of Windows Explorer

Click Start, click Run, type inetcpl.cpl, and then press ENTER

On the General tab, click Delete under Browsing History in the Internet Properties dialog box

In the Delete Browsing History dialog box, click Delete Cookies

In the Delete Cookies dialog box, click Yes.

 

Internet Explorer (all other versions)

Internet Explorer saves cookies in more than one location, depending on the version of the browser and the version of Microsoft Windows being used.

 

The best way to find and delete them is to close Internet Explorer then use your file management software (such as Windows Explorer) and search for a folder called 'cookies'.

 

 

AOL 8 and 9

Sign on and select Settings from the toolbar.

Version 9.0 users should select the By Category tab and click the Internet [Web] Options link, while for Version 8.0 and below click Internet Properties (WWW).

Click Settings.

Note: Windows Vista will see more than one Settings button. Click the button in the Browsing history section.

Click View Files. Your list of cookies (plus your other temporary internet files) will be displayed.

If you wish to delete any of the cookies or files, right-click on them and choose Delete.

 

Mozilla

Choose Cookie Manager from the Tools menu.

Choose Manage Stored Cookies.

Remove any cookie from the list, or remove all cookies.

 

 

Mozilla Firebird

Click on Tools, then Options

Select the Privacy icon in the left-hand panel

Click on Cookies

Click on Stored Cookies

To remove a single cookie click on the entry in the list and click on the Remove Cookie button

To remove all cookies click on the Remove All Cookies button

 

Mozilla Firefox

Click on Tools, then Options (or Edit | Preferences on Linux)

Select Privacy

In the Cookies panel, click on Show Cookies

To remove a single cookie click on the entry in the list and click on the Remove Cookie button

To remove all cookies click on the Remove All Cookies button

 

Netscape Navigator 7.x

Choose Cookie Manager from the Tools menu.

Choose Manage Stored Cookies.

Remove any cookie from the list, or remove all cookies.

 

 

Netscape Navigator 6.x

Choose Cookie Manager from the Tools menu.

Choose Manage Stored Cookies.

Remove any cookie from the list, or remove all cookies.

 

 

Netscape Navigator 4.x

In Netscape, all cookies are stored into one file, called Cookies.txt, in the user preferences folder, making them easy to find and delete. The folder can be located by using your file management software to search your hard disk drive for "cookies.txt".

 

Users of Netscape Navigator 4.x may also stop cookies from being written to the hard drive, by making the cookies file read only. However, even if the browser can't "write" cookies to the hard drive, it can still cache them, and it may create a new cookie file.

 

Opera

To delete all cookies at the end of every session, select it in the privacy settings under Tools > Preferences.

Click on Manage cookies to delete specific cookies or cookies from specific domains.

 

To delete all cookies immediately, go to Delete private data on the Tools menu.

 

Deepnet Explorer 1.1+

Choose Tools and then Internet Options

Click the Privacy tab

Move the slider to choose your preferred settings.

 

 

Apple Macintosh

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 (MacOS X)

Choose Preferences from Explorer menu

Select Receiving Files options

Select Cookies

Select the Cookies to be deleted from the list

Press Delete button

 

Microsoft Internet Explorer 5 (MacOS 9)

Choose Preferences from Edit menu

Select Receiving Files options

Select Cookies

Select the Cookies to be deleted from the list

Press Delete button

 

Mozilla

Choose Cookie Manager from the Tools menu.

Choose Manage Stored Cookies.

Remove any cookie from the list, or remove all cookies.

 

 

Netscape Navigator 7.x

Choose Cookie Manager from the Tools menu.

Choose Manage Stored Cookies.

Remove any cookie from the list, or remove all cookies.

 

 

Netscape Navigator 6.x

Choose Cookie Manager from the Tools menu.

Choose Manage Stored Cookies.

Remove any cookie from the list, or remove all cookies.

 

 

Safari 1.0 (MacOS X)

Choose Preferences from Safari menu

Select Security icon

Press Show Cookies button

Select the Cookies to be deleted from the list

Press Delete button

 

Opera

To delete all cookies at the end of every session, select it in the privacy settings under Opera > Preferences

Click on Manage cookies to delete specific cookies or cookies from specific domains.

 

To delete all cookies immediately, go to Delete private data on the Tools menu.

 

 

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