Posted 14 January 2007 - 07:42 AM
The reason I said that the page file should be 520 mb min, was that when the computer starts it will have those resources to start of with. I noticed a small increace in performance when I did this.
NOD32 is one of the best AV programs I have ever used, having said that, things can get past it as with any security program. I would recomened having a program called cyberhawk, to help nod protect your system. and have another AV program installed (BUT DISABLED) so as you have it for on demand work once a month or so. Just an after thought, have you set nod to scan for everything in AMON IMON etc?
regarding are the trojans gone, they should be, I wouldn't worry about it, if you want to be completely sure you can do some free online scans from places like panda, pccillin or you could download the specific trojan remover from nod32 site, if they have it
If you go to start, run, msconfig, click on the startup tab, can you see an entry called nod32kui? if not, open up tuneup and go to its startup manager and add new entry then search disks and go to c:/programfiles/eset/ nod32kui then ok. that should do the trick.
When you delete a file in windows, it still hans around, the files will remain until a reformat, and sometimes even after that. I have experimented with this before and the undelete feature is very powerfull, you might want to create a folder on the desktop and from now on put the files you don't want in then go to tuneups shredder and delete the folder that way.
Glad to be of help, let me know if there is anything else I can help with