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Eset Smart security crashing and restarting in windows 10 (build 9926) ESS version 8.0.304

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Clean vanilla install of win 10 (build 9926).  ESS 8.0.304 constantly crashes and restarts on 3 different machines

 

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Yes, same here. Also HIPS can't be enabled. Given Windows 10's status I don't expect a quick fix, but hopefully it will be there before RTM hits.

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Hello ZigZag3143,

Can you initiate a memory dump per ESET Knowledgebase Article #380, "How do I generate a memory dump manually?", compress it, upload it to a location and then send me a PM with the location and credentials to download it? We will then forward that to ESET's engineers for analysis.

Regards,

Aryeh Goretsky

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Yes, same here. Also HIPS can't be enabled. Given Windows 10's status I don't expect a quick fix, but hopefully it will be there before RTM hits.

Enable Pre-release updates and the Anti-stealth and HIPS module will be updated.

 

Confirmed to work fine by Puff: https://forum.eset.com/topic/3815-windows-10/?p=23529

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I'll add a 'me too' here.  The ESET gui crashes regularly on Windows 10 build 9926

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Have even updated to the "beta" version with the newly released bits and it still relaunches at least once an hour

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Hmm, I'm glad I swore a blood oath not to install NOD32 until Windows 10 is released officially.

 

Long story. :)

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What problem exactly? In this topic were mentioned many different problems. So what problem do you have?

 

If you have a problem with ESS and Window 10 then just remember that WIndows 10 is actually a pre-release built so it's expectable that there are problems.

More information you can also find in other threads in this forum about Windows 10, e.g. Windows 10 or Any plan to make HIPS compatible with Windows 10 Tech Preview?.

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Hello,

 

Please uninstall your copy of ESET Smart Security 8.0.304 as you normally would, followed by running the manual uninstall tool in Safe Mode to clear out any remnants (just to be on the safe side).  Then download a copy of ESET Smart Security 8.0.312, install it as you normally would, but make sure that pre-release updates are enabled.  This allows your copy of ESET Smart Security to download the various modules required for some level of compatibility with Microsoft Windows 10.

 

Keep in mind, though, that all features in ESET Smart Security (or ESET NOD32 Antivirus, for that matter) may not work under Windows 10, be limited in functionality or behave differently than under released versions of Windows.  Microsoft has been releasing new builds of Windows 10 on a rather aggressive schedule, and it takes some time for ESET's engineers to verify compatibility, make any changes required and test those, etc. 

 

And, of course, if you do come across issues, be sure to let us know here on the forum so that we can investigate them.

 

Regards,

 

Aryeh Goretsky

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Just re-installed 8.0.312 with pre-release checked and the problem still exists on Windows 10 Build 10049 and promptly un-installed same.  I was hoping by now the problem would have been resolved but it has not been

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Two Win 10 builds have been released in the last month and ESS still exhibits the same symptoms.  Given win 10 will be RTM'ed in the summer I would really like to be able to test it before then.  I just downloaded and installed the newest version available on build 10102 (10074) and it still is doing the same thing so I was forced to remove it

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Marcos said:

 

"Currently Windows 10 build 10041 is the last one supported by modules."

 

In anycase, be sure to have pre-release updates enabled so you get compatible modules ASAP when they are released.

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If you can reproduce the crash, please make sure that generation of complete application memory dumps is enabled in the ESS setup under Tools -> Diagnostics. After egui crashes, compress dump(s) found in C:\ProgramData\ESET\ESET Smart Security\Diagnostics, upload the archive to a safe location and pm me the download link.

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@SWEX

Did not work in a clean install from ISO in 10041, did not work in any build since.

 

@Marcos.

Love to help because ESS is my preferred app but unfortunately I can no longer even install ESS (even offline) in 10074 nor 10102.  Both were clean installs from ISO'S.  Both easily replicated on 3 different machines.

 

Installer keeps relling back before install is completed.  If there is a temp log somewhere point me to it and I will be happy to provide it

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Did you used the offline installer or the online installer?

BTW you can of course also try to use the other one and look whether it will work and if not you will maybe get (another, maybe more detailed) error message.

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First tried the online and it failed.  I then downloaded and tried to install locally, and it failed.  I Also did a completely vanilla install from ISO and re-tried the local and it still failed.  This is one 3 machines so it is not the hardware.  Win 10 will be released in the next 60-90 days and I would hope it is working by then

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Yes, the current copies of Eset Smart Security and Windows 10 (build 10074) seem to be having an issue getting along.  It's not just HIPS, after only minutes I get "Eset Main GUI crashed", I've had to uninstall it and run with Windows Defender *blegh* until this is fixed.  If anyone knows a workaround, let me know lol.  

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Please make sure that you have ESET configured to generate complete application memory dumps under Tools -> Diagnostics. When egui crashes, a dump should be generated in C:\ProgramData\ESET\ESET Smart Security\Diagnostics. We'll need it for further analysis. Also we've been testing on our products on Windows 10 10074 and newer and no issues were found.

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Please make sure that you have ESET configured to generate complete application memory dumps under Tools -> Diagnostics. When egui crashes, a dump should be generated in C:\ProgramData\ESET\ESET Smart Security\Diagnostics. We'll need it for further analysis. Also we've been testing on our products on Windows 10 10074 and newer and no issues were found.

 

As of today 5/13, Windows 10 Build 10074 is the newest build so I'm not sure how you would be testing this on a newer version of windows than the current build. 

 

BTW, this crashes multiple times every few minutes for myself and a few co-workers.  We have been testing on laptops, desktops, HP, Dell, you name it, it crashes.  I'd love to know how you're running this without replicating our issues.

 

With the release of Windows 10 right around the corner I would think MS already has the kinks worked out as they put the finishing touches on their product.  Meanwhile Eset continues to disappoint... and crash.

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Please make sure that you have ESET configured to generate complete application memory dumps under Tools -> Diagnostics. When egui crashes, a dump should be generated in C:\ProgramData\ESET\ESET Smart Security\Diagnostics. We'll need it for further analysis. Also we've been testing on our products on Windows 10 10074 and newer and no issues were found.

 

As of today 5/13, Windows 10 Build 10074 is the newest build so I'm not sure how you would be testing this on a newer version of windows than the current build. 

 

BTW, this crashes multiple times every few minutes for myself and a few co-workers.  We have been testing on laptops, desktops, HP, Dell, you name it, it crashes.  I'd love to know how you're running this without replicating our issues.

 

With the release of Windows 10 right around the corner I would think MS already has the kinks worked out as they put the finishing touches on their product.  Meanwhile Eset continues to disappoint... and crash.

 

 

Where can I find dumps from the crashes as requested in my quoted post?

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I'm going to install it again this evening and have the dumps for you tomorrow.  I never mind lending a hand!  

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Please make sure that you have ESET configured to generate complete application memory dumps under Tools -> Diagnostics. When egui crashes, a dump should be generated in C:\ProgramData\ESET\ESET Smart Security\Diagnostics. We'll need it for further analysis. Also we've been testing on our products on Windows 10 10074 and newer and no issues were found.

 

As of today 5/13, Windows 10 Build 10074 is the newest build so I'm not sure how you would be testing this on a newer version of windows than the current build. 

 

BTW, this crashes multiple times every few minutes for myself and a few co-workers.  We have been testing on laptops, desktops, HP, Dell, you name it, it crashes.  I'd love to know how you're running this without replicating our issues.

 

With the release of Windows 10 right around the corner I would think MS already has the kinks worked out as they put the finishing touches on their product.  Meanwhile Eset continues to disappoint... and crash.

 

 

Where can I find dumps from the crashes as requested in my quoted post?

 

Just crashed.. Dump created in C:\ProgramData\ESET\ESET NOD32 Antivirus\Diagonstics

File name: eset_00952248_1adc.dmp

size = 0KB

 

the file is empty.

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