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zinfandel_red

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So I went to fire up a game and I am getting this error: A required security module cannot be activated. This program cannot be executed (6000)

I reinstalled it, no change.

Any suggestions?

Thanks again for help :)
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What's the game. What OS are you on. Is this online gaming? And lastly what Firewall are you using? We need more details pls.
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Sorry about the lack of details, I should know better.

Even after making multiple adjustments in the Comodo firewall I didnt seem to find the right one. I uninstalled it and problem solved.

I think it has something to do with their DNS server feature.

<---clueless for the most part :)

Thanks for the reply though.
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Sorry about the lack of details, I should know better.

Even after making multiple adjustments in the Comodo firewall I didnt seem to find the right one. I uninstalled it and problem solved.

I think it has something to do with their DNS server feature.

<---clueless for the most part :)

Thanks for the reply though.


Good to know you sorted it out :)
I did use CIS - FW only(no AV)a while ago when on XP. Excellent WF. I'm sure current users of Comodo FW on G2G would have walked you through it. Any way if you're behind a secured router the XP built-in is fine.
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Thanks for letting me know, I just didnt know if my router from my ISP can be trusted but I have heard many times that hardware firewalls are superior anyway.

Just paranoid I guess :)
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