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douglas nevin

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just tried to get in on my online banking,but this code is coming up ( Associated error code: 0x847695d0) and refusing me access!! Anybody any ideas?

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Updated to version 10, have tried the repair & still failing with Associated error code: 0x847695d0

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On 1. 4. 2017 at 4:53 AM, Ro8 said:

Updated to version 10, have tried the repair & still failing with Associated error code: 0x847695d0

Does it work with IE? Does temporarily disabling HIPS and restarting the computer make a difference? We'll need a Process Monitor log as well as logs from ESET Log Collector for analysis. For instructions how to generate them, see the links in my signature.

When done, upload the logs to a safe location and pm me a download link.

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Just resolved this on my windows 8.1. machine. Go into advanced setup >> Web and Email >> Banking and Payment protection >> uncheck "integrate into system" and then OK. restart computer. Go back into advanced setup and re-enable "integrate into system" and ok. That should do it. 

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System Info:

Computer name: TROUBADOUR2

Product name: ESET Smart Security

Product version: 10.0.390.0

Operating system: Windows 7 Professional (64-bit)

Machine: Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2760QM CPU @ 2.40GHz

I have 2 ESET Problems that have started recently after years of being stable and no changes in the system to cause the errors:

First two warnings started appearing every hour saying:

“User Rules file contains invalid data”

There is no info on how to resolve the problem. I close the warnings and they go away but reappear an hour or so later, always two.

Second I have the deadly error:

Protected browser could not be started.

Associated error code: 0x847695d0

 

I checked online and the suggested fix was to upgrade to the latest version of ESET which I did and the problem persisted.  I have “repaired” the installation of the latest version of ESET and restarted the system and the problem has persisted.  I have tried all the standard diagnostics including ESET Sysinspector and nothing is wrong with the system.  It is only with the Chrome browser, not IE.

 

I have tried the “integrate with system” fix posted to the forum today and it didn’t work. I have the EST Log and Process Monitor logs that  Marcos requested from another user. Process Monitor is attached but the Log File is 10 MB which exceeds your 2MB limit.

ProcessMonitor.zip

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The hips module appears to be corrupt. Follow hxxp://support.eset.com/kb2289/?locale=en_US to fully remove Eset. Confirm that ehdrv.sys does not exist after running tool. It resides in c:windows:system32:drivers. Also confirm no drivers starting with epfw. Delete these drivers if they exist. Confirm eset is gone from c:program files. Install eset again.

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