nine9s

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  1. I am thinking of renewing my Emsisoft Antimalware license for 2 years. I only have one PC, so I want to just get a 1 PC license but I might buy/build a new computer within the next two years to replace the one I have now. Would I be able to continue to use a 2 years license on the replacement PC during that license period? Or would the 1PC 2 year license not work with the new PC if I had started using it with the old replaced one?
  2. Same with me. I let it restart for a 3rd time today. I checked the version number before it restarted. After rebooting, the version number is still the same: 9.0.0.5066 I assume this update snafu would not compromise its protection. Someone at Emsisoft please confirm?
  3. Same it is doing it to me also. Rebooted twice and now it asks to restart system again.
  4. Emsisoft Malware was in the Q2 2014 test. It and Kaspersky were only ones to block 100% with no fails in the Q2 test. In the latest MRG Effitas 360 Assessment Q3 2014 test, Emsisoft Malware, nor any Emsisoft product, was not tested. Why?
  5. I just want to confirm please. While looking at my user files, I noticed a EurekaLab s.a.s folder under AppData/Roaming. Under its bug report folder is only one folder a2start.exe which I am pretty sure is part of Emsisoft Anti-Malware. Is this something Emsisoft likely installed - please confirm. Is it needed by Emsisoft? Thanks for any help.
  6. Nice. Thank you. I like it resetted, so I can quickly check if new ones after I investigate and clear logs.
  7. On the right side of the front screen of Emsisoft under "Logs", it shows the "# of malware objects detected so far." If you click on that link, it shows you in logs what they were. In my example, it is some blocked IPs. If I clear my "Surf Protection" logs, where nothing is there anymore, the front page still list the same number of malware objects detected so far. Is there a way to clear that front page notice on the number of malware objects detected so far after you exam and clear your logs?
  8. Update. I got another one, but I can't reproduce it, so not sure what caused it exactly - I was just reading logs in Emsisoft.
  9. I am not getting this now but late yesterday I got these errors after anything I did in Emsisoft (opening log reports, changing any settings, etc.) I tested on my other computer, and it did it also. Both are Windows 7 x64. Around Midnight (US Central time zone) neither computer did it anymore. And today I have seen any of these errors even after playing around with Emsisoft to see if it would occur again. With it stable now, should I uninstall and then reinstall Emsisoft to make sure it was not damaged by this bug?
  10. Thanks. It was updated twice today. I noticed earlier today and when I tested again, WAC no longer alerts that Emsisoft is not running after boot now. Hopefully it is fixed now : ) Thank you very much for fixing this.
  11. Thanks. With no version change, is there a way to know when mine is updated to it?
  12. Thank you. A question please: What is the version number, and when will it probably go live?
  13. Sorry I cannot run a debugging log - do not have Emsisoft on my main computer anymore. I hope to return to Emsisoft when the problem is fixed (I like it and have a new 1 year license I just started using) but I can not run a log now, sorry.
  14. I installed Emsisoft Antimalware on another Windows 7 x64 of mine and works fine. WAC does not alter that Emsisoft is not running on it. Since it worked fine on my other computer, I thought perhaps a new installation of Emsisoft on my main computer would fix it but after uninstalling and reinstalling Emsisoft on my main computer, WAC still alerts that Emsisoft is not running after booting - so problem still exists even after reinstalling. Also of note, the main difference between these two computer, besides faster processor is that my main has a solid state drive. Could the rapid booting of the SSD cause the timing between WAC and Emsisoft to be greater and therefore the problem stays on SSD computers? (I wanted to throw that out as a possibility of the problem as a wild guess.) Anyway, I am not comfortable with this problem, so I uninstalled Emsisoft and switched to Bitdefender trial. If Emsisoft fixes the WAC alert problem in the future, I would definitely return (I like Emsisoft and I have a new 1 year license and would like to use it if problem is fixed.) Since I do not have Emsisoft on my main computer anymore, I will not know if this problem is fixed or not. So, would someone please keep this or a similar thread update if the problem is solved in the future. Thanks for any help and keeping this thread updated on progress if you would please.