We have just released COMODO Internet Security/Firewall/Antivirus 6.3.301250.2972!
What’s new in this 6.3 build?
- FIXED: 0xc0000018 BSOD error randomly occurring during clean boot on Windows 8.1 x64
COMODO Internet Security
Size: 198M ( 207414960 )
Size: 198M ( 207414952 )
Size: 198M ( 207414952 )
Updates & Upgrades
6.x users can quickly update to the latest version by simply running their automatic updates.
5.x users can download the upgrade package and run it to upgrade to 6.3: upgrade Comodo Internet Security from 5.x to 6
Mine is updating…thanks for this release.
thanks for quick fix :-TU
thank you! i had this error booting in windows 8.1
Win 7 64
Updated fine & kept all the settings intact including scheduled scan, great.
I checked for updates & during install got Privdog installation window, unticked all the options then agree & install window became greyed out, clicked on cancel & CIS installation was fine with no Privdog or Yahoo search installed.
If you have any bugs to report please make a new thread. For your case, just click on “Annuler” and the install will continue as usual…I know it might be confusing.
Does the installer remains the same as the previous release or been change to the initial one?
The installer is the current version V6.3.301250.2972.
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Why in link for loading - the file size identical. :o ???
FW - 198 Mb
CAV - 198 Mb
CIS - 198 Mb
As to understand it ???
All 3 installers contain all the modules of CIS, just the installation scripts vary to correspond with your choice.
I assumed it.
But why? ???
Earlier everything was as has to be.
All sizes of files corresponded to names.
What did the policy of Comodo exchange?
Why to swing, what isn’t necessary?
I don’t understand it.
As far as I remember it has always been this way.
It would simplify the ‘Add and Remove components’ wizard by having all modules available locally.
Note: Different sizes in earlier versions were available separating 32/64-bit.
Perhaps this was the difference.
Now I can not check.
It is better to divide, as before. My opinion.
Everytime I install an update, CIS shoves Secure DNS down my network adapters’ throat and I have to manually set it back to automatic. Is there any way to prevent this?
Remove the tick from the appropriate check-box during installation.
See step 2 of the installation guide below.
CIS Premium – Installation
Note: If you left this enabled with your initial install every update thereafter will reset Comodo Secure DNS (AFAIK), until such time that you do a fresh install.
An example of separate installers for 32/64-bit can be seen in the link below.
I guess my question wasn’t clear… I meant, whether do we get to select what we want as before or need to cancel click for other stuffs?
The point of argument in the previous thread…