My nod32 not updating

05-Jun-2017 02:11

After your computer has restarted, repeat steps 2-4, Clear should now be active.

It happens so fast you might miss it, but once Windows reloads, you'll be greeted with an error message similar to the above.

For example, if your videocard crashes, you may see a message saying "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered." In XP and previous OSes, this almost always would have resulted in a system crash.

In some cases, Vista will be unable recover on its own, and the result is a blue screen.

Pay particular attention to the first set of numbers and letters.

It precedes the other four, which are enclosed in parenthesis. A common misconception is that blue screens don't even exist in Vista, but not only are they still there, but we're here to tell you we've seen them first hand.

It happens so fast you might miss it, but once Windows reloads, you'll be greeted with an error message similar to the above.

For example, if your videocard crashes, you may see a message saying "Display driver stopped responding and has recovered." In XP and previous OSes, this almost always would have resulted in a system crash.

In some cases, Vista will be unable recover on its own, and the result is a blue screen.

Pay particular attention to the first set of numbers and letters.

It precedes the other four, which are enclosed in parenthesis. A common misconception is that blue screens don't even exist in Vista, but not only are they still there, but we're here to tell you we've seen them first hand.

We’re going to show you how to dissect the blue screen error details, so you can fix the problem that’s causing them.