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-Your Operating System (And Whether if it’s 32bit/64bit)
-Security Software Installed
-How you produced the problem
-How you TRIED to resolve the problem
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OS = Windows Vista SP1, Enterprise, x32. Security Software = Windows Defender(inactive), CIS 3.9.x.509, ClamWin Free, Mbam, Secunia PSI. Replicate = Put a folder on the exclude list. Resolve = Remove exclusion.
Error recorded to the event log:
Faulting application cva.exe, version 184.108.40.206, time stamp 0x4a13f077, faulting module cvaeng.dll, version 220.127.116.11, time stamp 0x4a13f074, exception code 0xc000000d, fault offset 0x000404eb, process id 0x458, application start time 0x01c9da43ac7fbfe9.
OS: Windows Vista Ultimate x64 SP1
Security Software: Windows defender, CIS 3.9.xxx.509
Added a user defined scan of the C: drive only. Scanned using this drive.
The listed applications to update does not include associated update links as did the previous version.
Some of the listed applications are incorrectly listed as requiring updates. i.e. MS SysInternals Process Explorer (I have installed the latest from the website, it shows the previous version instead),
Ran the scan the once. Then I added two folders as exclusions to the drive scan.
Each time the scan was run, CVA stopped running (crashed). Unchecking the exclusions made no difference. Removing the exclusions allowed the scan to complete.
I did note however, the scans were much faster than the previous beta.
Did you update from the previous version i.e 18.104.22.168. Does the About box says Database version as 1.215 or 1.220. coz I got the update information link for the updates available list of app. with database version 1.215.
I’m using HS 6.13.02, that was detected in previous versions as Update Available.
Also on 22.214.171.124 but after the release of 126.96.36.199 it was gone, going back to .51 did not solve this either so i guess there has been some changing on DB level.