Eset Exclude Application From Scanning

Eset Exclude Application From Scanning

Kaspersky is one of the most used antivirus software. Its “full scan” feature scans all kinds of data stored on the Internal and the external hard drives that are connected or installed on your computer. Once the scanning process gets concluded, it will show you the detected malware and threats. The right and simple procedure to remove the detected threats or malware will be displayed on the same screen.

It is very common for an error to occur when using antivirus software. “Is the Kaspersky software’s full scan keeps stopping on your computer?” If yes, continue reading this page to know the causes and solutions to fix this issue.

Causes of this issue:

  • Your computer’s hardware doesn’t meet the requirements of the Kaspersky application.
  • iSwift or iChecker Technology is turned off or disabled on your Kaspersky application.

SOLUTION

Using the Kaspersky application on a computer that meets the requirements:

Check whether the Windows computer you're using the Kaspersky antivirus software meets the following requirements. If yes, go to the next step of troubleshooting. Otherwise, install and use the Kaspersky application on a computer that meets the requirements.

  • Disk space: 1500 MB
  • Processor: SSE2 instruction set
  • Proper Internet access
  • Microsoft Windows Installer 4.5 or later
  • Microsoft .NET Framework 4 or later
  • Webcam access protection
  • Operating Systems
  • Windows 10 Home, Enterprise or Pro with 1 GHz or higher CPU and 1 or 2 GB free RAM
  • Windows 8.1 Service pack, 8.1 Pro, or 8.1 Enterprise with 1 GHz or higher CPU and 1 or 2 GB free RAM
  • Windows 8, Pro, or Enterprise with 1 GHz or higher CPU and 1 or 2 GB free RAM
  • Windows 7 with 1 GHz or higher CPU and 1 or 2 GB free RAM
  • Browser support

  • Chromium: Microsoft Edge 77.x – 88.x
  • Google Chrome version 48.x – 88.x

Enabling iChecker and iSwift

  • Open the Kaspersky application.
  • Click on the Scan button.
  • Besides the Quick Scan option, you can find the Gear icon; click on it.
  • In the Quick Scan Settings window, locate and expand the Advanced settings option by clicking the drop-down icon.
  • Under the Scan technologies section, select the checkboxes for the iSwift Technology and iChecker Technology options.
  • Click the Save button.

Now, run a test scan to check whether the “Kaspersky full scan keeps stopping” issue is resolved. If the same issue persists, contact us.

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