checking CRC of NOD32.EXE: file is corrupted

June 18, 2011 at 12:07:38
Specs: Microsoft Windows XP Professional 5.1 Built 2600, Pentium 4 1.4GHz / 504 MB RAM
checking CRC of NOD32.EXE: file is corrupted, possibly due to infection error is popping up each time i open NOD 32. I've re - installed XP twice but still not solved. Is it a virus if so how can i get rid of it. Win Rar can not be installed and sometimes .exe files doesn't open.
It started after i update my NOD 32 antivirus. I don't know whether NOD 32 update contains virus does such thing happens??? Or should i call this i was unaware of the virus in my computer and knew only after updating it.
While scanning with NOD 32 it shows corrupted files in C. So I've freshly reinstalled C drive twice and in D drive i have my music, movies, software and other stuff. After each time i complete the installation i install hardware and start installing software. Then update the NOD 32 and then after it pops out again. "checking CRC of NOD32.EXE: file is corrupted, possibly due to infection." What should i do just give the right solution in step by step. Need help. It's killing me. I don't think re installing XP will solve this. Is there any way to get rid of it. Please help me.

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June 18, 2011 at 15:23:27
It appears that NOD32 is corrupt from the update. Do you really need that garbage?

How do you know when a politician is lying? His mouth is moving.

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June 18, 2011 at 16:03:42

"When you get the message: Checking CRC of NOD32.exe file is corrupted possibly due to infection."

Is there something like the following also presented:
"A variant of xxx virus found in operating memory. No action can be taken while the file is in memory. Click "Leave" to continue and subsequently run the cleaning of all local disks. System memory infection originated from file C:\WINDOWS\system32\xxx.exe" (were xxx is a specific file)

If so, can you post the info?

The situation is probably "I was unaware of the virus in my computer"

Retired - Doin' Dis, Dat, and slapping malware.

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