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Kerio Problem

Discussion in 'All Other Software' started by i hate ram, Dec 11, 2003.

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  1. i hate ram

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    I just installed Kerio Personal Firewall free edition... when the install was complete it told me to restart to complete the installation, and I did. when the computer restarted, at the Windows 98 startup screen, the computer again restarted. it then went into safe mode fine. I tried to startup again in normal... it restarted like before. From there, I uninstalled Kerio in safe mode... what happened?
     
  2. MustBNuts

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    I went to the Kerio site and it pointed to a Kerio forum. In there a guy was explaining his issues and they suspected Norton AV/Systems Works as well as Client for Windows networking client.

    Have you considered Zonealarm?
     
  3. i hate ram

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    Ive used it... but I wasnt really satisfied with it... I neither have norton or client for windows networking....
     
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    Did you get the new version that was released today (12/11)?
     
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    i d/led version 4.... but that was the one i had a problem with. i tried the first version too... both make my system restart on startup.
     
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