Installing NOD32 with Box Mara Fix

Some notes to consider: The tutorial was made with newbies in mind. There are other alternatives to box, mara-fix. I have not used the other alternatives since box, mara-fix worked for me at the time which I had learned about it and is still working today :) If you think doing the steps in this tutorial is too much work, try removing a virus or malware, see which is easier. lol. Truth be told, advanced users can do these steps in 5 minutes or less. You will need WinRar or similar program like 7-Zip to open/extract the Box Mara Fix. Downloads to updated versions of ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4 and box, mara-fix can be found at the following URL: You should not have any other antivirus software installed if you are going to install NOD32. If you have any antivirus installed, uninstall it first before you install NOD 32. Have more than one antivirus program is like having two umbrellas in the rain. If you are having trouble downloading from the URL above, I have created an upload which includes ESET NOD32 Antivirus 4.- 32 bit and 64 bit and box, mara-fix 1.4. File Name: NODrar File Size: 88.57MB Upload Date: Wednesday, April 21, 2011 All files are the same, you only need choose one.

The net is raving about Eset’s Nod32 v5! Does it actually live up to the hype? In this video I install Nod32 v5 and throw a bunch of malware at it…let’s see if all that hype is true!!!
Video Rating: 4 / 5

34 thoughts on “Installing NOD32 with Box Mara Fix

  1. ok ive done it it works perfectly, im so happy :) .. does anyone know if it runs out after 31days? And will i be able to re-do this and get another 31day trail?

  2. I can’t see anywhere how many trial days I have now, but its OK I guess. This helped a lot.
    I used TNOD and some cracks, this saved me hours and hours of searching, trying… ! :)
    Thanks, may the force be with you! :)

  3. Thanks for this man, you saved me having to replace my serial keys every few days. I’d be happy to paypal you a few bucks, just send me a private message. Regards, M.

  4. Enjoy!!!! -_*

    Username: EAV-64025597
    Password: e46bfvsja2
    Expiry Date: 11.10.2012

    Username: EAV-68528237
    Password: cfte3a5bxf
    Expiry Date: 03.01.2013

    Username: EAV-68714047
    Password: v6xpcfkaun
    Expiry Date: 06.01.2013

    Username: EAV-66066496
    Password: 52pnm3b5mh
    Expiry Date: 06.07.2013

    For me work

  5. Nod32 creates those tmp files when something else is accessing the file. Sometimes it makes them on delete, sometimes on scan.

    I think sample 2 nod allowed it to run in its internal protected environment, and killed it when it saw what it was. It has been something i have seen happen a fue times on nod32 4.x .

  6. only thing i dislike since version 5 is the iRobot guy… it’s kinda super geeky and elder people will choose a nice black box from symantec instead a fancy robotic guy

  7. lately?? i’m using nod32 since xp and i never got a virus! i never pay for software so with warez sometimes you have faggots adding malware, virusses and other crap and nod32 always detect it. Symantec is good and reliable but it’s a real memory eater aka slow

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