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ayork
Level 8

Real time scan of CR2 files cripplingly slow!

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Recently scanning camera raw (CR2) files has become cripplingly slow.  In fact its so low I'm having to turn off the virus scanner to even work with these files.  They are benign files and shouldn't need scanning.  The scan overhead is so bad it stops a farily high end system to the point even the mouse wont move.  Turning off real time scanning immediately fixes the problem. 

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ayork
Level 8

Re: Real time scan of CR2 files cripplingly slow!

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Actually a reboot seems to have fixed the problem

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Peacekeeper
Level 20

Re: Real time scan of CR2 files cripplingly slow!

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You got an example file that I can download and try. I am running the new 2012 beta so want to test it and if it acts as you say I can defect report it.

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ayork
Level 8

Re: Real time scan of CR2 files cripplingly slow!

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Actually a reboot seems to have fixed the problem

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Peacekeeper
Level 20

Re: Real time scan of CR2 files cripplingly slow!

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was this immediately following an update?

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ayork
Level 8

Re: Real time scan of CR2 files cripplingly slow!

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Sorry, I know there had been an update, but I cannot remeber if I rebooted.  I was not getting the "you need to reboot" messages anymore.  We are talking about taking 15-30 seconds to scan a CR2 (13MB basically random data) file droping down to an unnoticable time after the reboot.

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Peacekeeper
Level 20

Re: Real time scan of CR2 files cripplingly slow!

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Could be there have ben 2 patches recently that needed a reboot. Good to see all ok now

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