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    Default Commodo updating problem

    Hi people.
    Using Commodo. Every time I try to update it it returns a message "Error 112 Unable to copy file cfnsbmit.exe. Please try again." Been doing it for a week now. Any idears most welcome.
    Have Vista Home Premium.

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    Colin

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    Default Re: Commodo updating problem

    Try going to comodos site, download the latest version, and then uninstall the current one, then install the new one.

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    Thanks Wainui. Damn, I hoped to get away with not doing that. SWMBO went nuts when I first installed it as she got sick of clicking ok multiple zillion times as the program was learning.

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    From looking at the Comodo forums this may fix your problem.

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    Default Re: Commodo updating problem

    Why update a firewall anyway?

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    Default Re: Commodo updating problem

    Just a thought -if you have nod32, disable it before doing that update - I have had Nod kill the download twice now, much like Zone alarm was, detecting something while installing as a bud, ad block or something along those lines.

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    Default Re: Commodo updating problem

    Quote Originally Posted by pctek View Post
    Why update a firewall anyway?
    Because they release ... updates for it? For better stability, security and new features...

    Why wouldn't you update?
    Non-system disk or disk error. Replace and strike any key when ready.

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    Default Re: Commodo updating problem

    And depending on WHICH firewall.

    I think previous versions of Comodo crashed. So, if you didnt update, you'll be seeing nothing else but crashes

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    Default Re: Commodo updating problem

    Quote Originally Posted by Agent_24 View Post
    Because they release ... updates for it? For better stability, security and new features...

    Why wouldn't you update?
    Because a firewall is just that - a firewall. Not an anti-malware where you need definitions etc.

    They just want you to get new versions because..........not because suddenly they thought of something that didn't exist before.

    Hey I've tested my very, very old firewall heaps of times and it still checks out perfect. So what would I be missing?

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    Default Re: Commodo updating problem

    Well in the case of a paid firewall there is probably not much point except to get more money off you.

    But as Comodo is free, and they are always releasing new versions it makes sense to install the updates

    http://personalfirewall.comodo.com/release_notes.html gives a lot of reasons why you'd want to update
    Non-system disk or disk error. Replace and strike any key when ready.

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