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Yes...this is the only reference left

C:\boot.ini.comodofirewall
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Can you delete it from search
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I am going to thoroughly scream!!!! I deleted teh file and rebooted but to no avail as it still shows in the security center

AHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHHH
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Are you unable to install another firewall because of Comodo
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It allowed me to install Kerio PFW but had the message in the Security Center that running more than one can cause conflicts....then WHAM...Windows encountered an error with Kerio and wanted to shut it down.

I am starting to think that perhaps the boot.ini.comodofirewall file was perhaps a virus or something
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If you click start then run, type msconfig then press enter

Click boot.ini

Is Comodo there?
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After checking...negative

I really appreciate teh help Keith
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Can you run download and save to a Zone Alarm to a folder

http://www.filehippo...zonealarm_free/

Close any browsers etc

Use add and remove to uninstall Kerio

Clear the prefetch folder

Run tune up disc clean up then registry clean up

Reboot

Install Zone Alarm (which I hope will run)

Beyond that, you will need to ask Comodo why it's so reluctant

https://support.comodo.com/
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Hi Milopar
I'm glad to see that your getting the help you need so Good Luck with your Problem. :help:

:whistling: Cheyenne 09 :blink:
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Gentleman...I had to rebuild the Windows Repository folder according to the Comodo support team. Interesting but it did the trick. Thanks you both for the help you have provided.
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Thank You for letting us know
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