ZoneAlarm

Discussion in 'Windows Vista Performance' started by RENEE, Aug 11, 2007.

  1. RENEE

    RENEE Guest

    My system restore doesn't complete. I have read a lot of the other problems
    people have been having with it too (does it EVER work) and they mostly have
    NAV installed. I have ZoneAlarm Antivirus with Firewall. Can't figure out
    how to disable it and even if I need to. Any help?
     
    RENEE, Aug 11, 2007
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    Rick Rogers Guest

    Hi,

    Generally, I recommend that conflicting programs be uninstalled, not just
    disabled, to determine if they are the source of the problem. They can
    always be reinstalled later.
     
    Rick Rogers, Aug 11, 2007
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  3. If you have any doubts about Zone Alarm causing problems with System Restore
    then uninstall Zone Alarm (make sure you are disconnected from the internet
    because you will have no anti virus cover.) Once Zone Alarm is uninstalled,
    restart your pc and then try creating a system restore point. If system
    restore completes then Zone Alarm is probably the cause. If it doesn't and
    you get the same problem, then Zone Alarm isn't the cause and you need to
    start looking elsewhere. If Zone Alarm is not the problem then you can
    easily re-install it.

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    John Barnett MVP, Aug 11, 2007
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    Conley Guest

    My system restore conked out recently, and I have not found a solution. If
    you need to do a restore to correct some other problem, run it from Safe Mode
    or boot from the Vista DVD and run it from the repair computer menu. On my
    computer, both of those options still work fine.
     
    Conley, Aug 15, 2007
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