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Windows 7: HELP URGENT! Comodo Internet Security?!?!


15 Jan 2009   #1

Windows 7 Ultimate Professional x64
 
 
HELP URGENT! Comodo Internet Security?!?!

Hey eveyone,
I downloaded the beta version to my computer two days ago and did an upgrade to install. A pop-up would come up when i started the computer and it said that comodo could not be started right. So i figured it must be because it thinks it should still be running on vista. I uninstalled it and downloaded the Internet Security Package onto my desktop. I double click on it. I choose next to start the installer, click agree, and choose where i want it to download to. When i click next, it starts but then stops suddenly and the green little bars start to go back down. It says that it is rolling back and within literally 3 seconds it says roll back complete. I exited, ran Ccleaner and Wise registry 3(thinking the computer might have some left over info that it didnt grab)
After i did that i restarted the install process and it did the same exact thing. Is it because it is not compatable?

Also the sonner i can get help the better because i have absolutly no protection(i have no faith in windows firewall)

Thanks everyone,
Ben

My System SpecsSystem Spec
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15 Jan 2009   #2

Windows 7 Ultimate x64
 
 

I use the Windows Firewall together with Avast Free and have not had any problems.

It seems that you would be better of doing a restore system to before Comodo was installed.
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15 Jan 2009   #3

Windows 7 Ultimate Professional x64
 
 

I dont see what a system restore would do. I dont want to go back to far and also i tried to install comodo right when i did the up upgrade. I will try and do the compatablilty thing in brinks tutorials.

Thanks and ill let you all know,
Ben
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15 Jan 2009   #4

Windows 7 Ultimate Professional x64
 
 

Never mind guys just change comodo to compatablilty mode with vista. It will work fine.

Thanks anyways,
Ben
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15 Jan 2009   #5

Windows 7 Ultimate Vista Ultimate x64
 
 

That's what we all had to do, glad you got it sorted, I was going to tell you but you looked like you were on the right track.
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15 Jan 2009   #6

Windows 7 Ultimate Professional x64
 
 

Thanks Mr. Grim. I have a question. I am also Neverhavemoney on Vistax64. Can i just have that as my profile over here too?
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05 Feb 2009   #7

Windows 7 x86 Beta
 
 

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03 Jul 2009   #8

Windows 7 x86 build 7100
 
 
Comodo Security Suite Installation (Ben)

Ben,

First, turn off User Account Control.
Second, ensure Windows Firewall is Off.
Third, ensure Windows Defender is off.
Fourth, right click the installer executable and click ,"run as administrator".

If the above doesn't work, download Revo Uninstaller and use advanced mode to uninstall any remnants of the security suite.

Most of the time this happens because there are drivers that Windows 7 sees as incompatible. This happens with Norton 360 v3.

Another option is to download and install Altiris SVS and install the security suite as a software layer (you'll need to install the administrator during the SVS installation). This will install the security suite as a software layer and can be easily deactivated and deleted.

Another option is to right click the executable, choose options and choose ,"Run in Windows XP compatible mode" and see if that works.

If you have any issues, I'll help you out. Email me at pookeydolittle at gmail

J
MCP, MCSA, MCSE, VCP



Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Neverhavemoney View Post
Hey eveyone,
I downloaded the beta version to my computer two days ago and did an upgrade to install. A pop-up would come up when i started the computer and it said that comodo could not be started right. So i figured it must be because it thinks it should still be running on vista. I uninstalled it and downloaded the Internet Security Package onto my desktop. I double click on it. I choose next to start the installer, click agree, and choose where i want it to download to. When i click next, it starts but then stops suddenly and the green little bars start to go back down. It says that it is rolling back and within literally 3 seconds it says roll back complete. I exited, ran Ccleaner and Wise registry 3(thinking the computer might have some left over info that it didnt grab)
After i did that i restarted the install process and it did the same exact thing. Is it because it is not compatable?

Also the sonner i can get help the better because i have absolutly no protection(i have no faith in windows firewall)

Thanks everyone,
Ben
My System SpecsSystem Spec
03 Jul 2009   #9

Windows 7 x86 build 7100
 
 
Second Reply to Ben.....

Ben,

When the installation completed, did it do a clean install (with all your files in a directory named windows.old) or did it leave your apps in place. My recommendation is to do a clean install. It will place your files in the windows.old directory where you can retrieve your documents, pictures, music, etc. This install method is the best way to ensure your apps will install correctly.

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by jhwhiteh View Post
Ben,

First, turn off User Account Control.
Second, ensure Windows Firewall is Off.
Third, ensure Windows Defender is off.
Fourth, right click the installer executable and click ,"run as administrator".

If the above doesn't work, download Revo Uninstaller and use advanced mode to uninstall any remnants of the security suite.

Most of the time this happens because there are drivers that Windows 7 sees as incompatible. This happens with Norton 360 v3.

Another option is to download and install Altiris SVS and install the security suite as a software layer (you'll need to install the administrator during the SVS installation). This will install the security suite as a software layer and can be easily deactivated and deleted.

Another option is to right click the executable, choose options and choose ,"Run in Windows XP compatible mode" and see if that works.

If you have any issues, I'll help you out. Email me at pookeydolittle at gmail

J
MCP, MCSA, MCSE, VCP
My System SpecsSystem Spec
21 Dec 2009   #10

Windows 7
 
 

Hi all,

Could anyone point me to a post that describes step by step how to run the install for CIS in Vista Compatibility mode?

I've always used CIS and I want to continue to do so on my wife's new laptop. However, I am still pretty green with Windows 7.

Thanks!

avmad
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