Author Topic: Why did you uninstall CIS? Please help us improve by telling us why.  (Read 172999 times)

Offline NDABBRU

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Re: Why did you uninstall CIS? Please help us improve by telling us why.
« Reply #555 on: October 07, 2018, 01:48:29 PM »
I state that I do not have a new PC, it's about 10 years old. It is a laptop with 4 GB of RAM, 150 GB of hard disk and an intel core 2 processor.
When starting the PC, the CIS icon appears in some cases even after 5 minutes together with all the remaining CIS processes. Then after not problems of slowness of the PC, the problem arises only when restarting or turning on the PC. Please solve, I really like CIS. The same problem also with CAV. Now in the meantime I am using CCAV which is not from these problems.

Thank you! ;)
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Offline NDABBRU

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Re: Why did you uninstall CIS? Please help us improve by telling us why.
« Reply #556 on: January 26, 2019, 01:07:36 PM »
Has this problem been solved with the latest version of CIS?

Offline domspiegel

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Feedback - Uninstall pose issue, excluded drive still scanned by cmdagent
« Reply #557 on: March 17, 2019, 06:52:08 AM »
I uninstalled comodo (I wanted to keep the firewall only)
so I uninstalled it, and then restarted etc.

but then Windows 10 LTSC, wasn't able to find the user interface file of windows Defender : MSASCui.exe
meaning I cannot open the windows security panel/window
I also had the error 577 in the services.msc window when I tried to restart defender.

so basically I had to re-install comodo antivirus, for now. until I format windows.

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second issue, the reason I wanted to uninstall comodo AV:
I excluded 4 hard drives from the scan, I have my reason. (nothing was detected anyway)
I like my hard drive to go sleep mode, meaning spin down and stay "off". (for the noise)

but every time (every minutes or every 10minutes) comodo AV wakes up the drive, making a lot of noise etc
I checked with Procmon.exe, it was cmdagent.exe trying to access the drive. (it did not scan files, just the root of the drives)


really annoying.
« Last Edit: March 17, 2019, 09:10:34 AM by domspiegel »

 

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