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Not sure what exactly you've deleted. Are you getting an error when ESET is loading upon Windows start ? Have you tried running update manually and restarting the computer?

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In scheduler ??

That was my first guess too :D  

 

So the update task that check for updates automatically once an hour -> "Task will be run repeatedly every 60 minutes" no longer exists in the scheduler is that what you mean Chris?  :)

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Thanks to  Marcos,Arakasi,and SweX,I reinstalled a clean copy and now its' working fine.I did delete one of the updates in the scheduler.Thank you all very much.Back to normal again. B)

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