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Trainers and Norton 360
 
Skeet8385  posted on Feb 14, 2014 3:29:29 PM - Report post

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What all do I need to do to get trainers to be ok with Norton 360? Anyone else use this Antivirus Program?
 
PWizard  posted on Feb 14, 2014 3:46:33 PM - Report post

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uninstall it and get something better. works every time.
 
ServiusTheBear  posted on Feb 14, 2014 4:42:19 PM - Report post

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Advise you to go with AVG also learn to use it properly.
 
PWizard  posted on Feb 14, 2014 4:51:22 PM - Report post

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AVG is the worst AV on the planet.
 
BlackDragon55  posted on Feb 14, 2014 6:50:48 PM - Report post

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I have been using BitDefender for several years now and have not had a problem with any of the trainers a CH. You have to make sure you run the virus program in manual mode and not auto because if you run in auto it will delete the trainer, I do not know if the other Virus programs have that option but BitDefender does. Running in manual mode the virus program pops a window up asking for permission to allow the trainer to run, I get this window mainly on 0x90 trainers and not so much on Calibers, you just need to give it permission to "Allow & Monitor". I hope this helped!

Also I would like to thank CH for the trainers and to keep up the excellent work.

 
ServiusTheBear  posted on Feb 15, 2014 4:22:48 AM - Report post

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originally posted by PWizard

AVG is the worst AV on the planet.

I have used it for years with no issue Wiz and even used it professonally with C3 Comp.

 
l3n6ie  posted on Feb 15, 2014 6:03:06 AM - Report post

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ESET any good?
 
yazston  posted on Feb 15, 2014 11:36:17 AM - Report post

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I use Norton...always have. (just preference) The way that I am able to get things working is by putting all of the trainers into a directory I created, and which I exclude from all scans. Every once in a while I need to unblock one from the Firewall as well, but that only happens once in a blue moon.

Also, 0x90s trainers need to have the mnn~*whatever*.tmp file excluded from scans. For this one, you have 2 choices: either exclude the c:\Users\%username%\Appdata\local\Temp folder (risky, since more than just 0x90s trainers use that directory), or simply restore and exclude the file each time the trainer is run successfully, (pain in the @$$, but less risky than other method) since those trainers seem to make a new .tmp file after each time it is successfully run.

I tend to be very careful with what I dl and run on my PC, which is probably why I tend to use Symantec products with no complaints. Other than what I listed above, the only option is to get a different AV/Firewall software.

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