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15-Jan-2010, 02:54 PM #1
Cool Solved: comodo firewall & windows 7 64 bit home prem
lately when i open the control panel for comodo f/w and allow files or do an update, or whatever etc, when i close the panel my desktop freezes & only way i can restore functionality is to logoff & then log back into my desktop. no other programs are causing this, only happens when i open comodo & started after installing the latest update. anyone else having this issue or have a fix?? Thx
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25-Jan-2010, 12:45 PM #2
Have the same problem within xp.

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25-Jan-2010, 02:18 PM #3
posted on the comodo forums also & no response, so i uninstalled it & went with outpost fw plus. like it better, don't have those annoying popups all the time or alerts i guess they were. funny since i got rid of it, another software program started working again. must've been a conflict all along.
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26-Jan-2010, 09:56 AM #4
Thanx cowboy, Iread a bit about outpost and will try it too.
Will post results later on.

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26-Jan-2010, 10:34 AM #5
Hi again,

No success with outpost on my machine. Freeze at 1st start. Had to boot under safe mode to get rid of it again.
I think I stick to comodo and wait for better updates

Thanx and cheerio
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