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Windows 7: Nod32 & False Upload Speeds (Fix)

17 Jan 2010   #1
DaGooN

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate SP1, VMware Windows 7 64bit Ultimate SP1
 
 
Nod32 & False Upload Speeds (Fix)

hi, new here and i really like it
im Running Windows 7 64bit and had like many others Upload problems.

i dont think im alone with this problem, where as you go to upload to a website and it shoots up at LAN speed, only to Fail. or like megaupload undefined.
so i was thinking and reading some posts and instead of uninstall the Nod32 AV i thought id play with the settings. and found somthing out.

so in Nod32 on windows 7 64bit i did this.

open Nod32 > Setup > Enter entire Advanced Setup tree

Web Access Protection & HTTP, HTTPS

untick both, Web Access Protection
then untick HTTP, HTTPS.

click ok.





and this is the Results i got.


Befor.....




After.....



so it might help some people out, or someone could look into it even more. just thought id share something since im new


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17 Jan 2010   #2
zigzag3143

Win 8 Release candidate 8400
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DaGooN View Post
hi, new here and i really like it
im Running Windows 7 64bit and had like many others Upload problems.

i dont think im alone with this problem, where as you go to upload to a website and it shoots up at LAN speed, only to Fail. or like megaupload undefined.
so i was thinking and reading some posts and instead of uninstall the Nod32 AV i thought id play with the settings. and found somthing out.

so in Nod32 on windows 7 64bit i did this.

open Nod32 > Setup > Enter entire Advanced Setup tree

Web Access Protection & HTTP, HTTPS

untick both, Web Access Protection
then untick HTTP, HTTPS.

click ok.





and this is the Results i got.


Befor.....




After.....



so it might help some people out, or someone could look into it even more. just thought id share something since im new
Even if it does increase your upload speed you are being left open on bith http, and https. Both upload and download. do you really want to have NOD32 not look at things you click on at a web site?
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18 Jan 2010   #3
DaGooN

Windows 7 64bit Ultimate SP1, VMware Windows 7 64bit Ultimate SP1
 
 

has nothing to do with increasing upload speeds, as i should make that clear.
it seems to be a issues with windows 7 and some Anti Virus Apps. such as Nod32.

you upload at rates of 70/80Mbs but the upload is reading wrong and then fails. but if you check your router or use a bandwidth monitor app you will see it is still uploading, sometimes even after you have closed the page.

there is a alot of people having this problem and i found a workaround. i know, i dont like to disable anything in my AV, but to upload a file it is ok.

but then i have my Wiondows 7 Tweaked plus Malwarebytes+Nod32+firewalls+ router is Stealth ect.

just hope someone could look into it more as they might have better findings.? because in otherwords.

with it turn on in Nod32 = Can Not Upload anyplace.
with it Turn Off in Nod32 = Can Upload Like normal.

thanks.
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11 Jan 2012   #4
MagusVivendi

Windows 7 Ultimate 32 bit
 
 
Nod32 solution helped...

Many thanks DaGooN...

With your instructions, my Window 7's strange upload behaviors gone (to mediafire, similar services, even with big gmail attachments) and now everything is normal.

I tried turning firewall of before but it not helped, I didn't think the problem was Nod32's web access protection.
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