That’s great. Thanks for your work, guys. Unfortunately I can’t see the results coz it ain’t installing again. “Testing memory 102C5EE2” (Seems like that). Win7/32/ult single-boot.
Two disks with active partitions, but that’s not to blame - I unplug one disk but installation won’t continue like it happened in the previous version 2.4.
Sorry to report this.
Win 7 64bit. Update also failed for me. I had to repair my PC using my Windows 7 64bit disk as it has “start up errors” - I don’t remember the errors, but my PC simply wouldn’t start unless it was repaired which worked.
After reading the posts above, I decided to uninstall the previous version, run defraggler and then do a fresh installation. This all went very smoothly and I now have 40GB of free space whereas before I had to delete snapshots to avoid running out of disc space. I have of course lost previous snapshots, but after updating previously and running defraggler in the past before I knew there is a problem with doing that, the disc space was becoming a serious problem (Vista).
Maybe there should be more information about this on the download site? It is not mentioned in the help file either.
Another problem which I had was that after a hard shutdown chkdsk would attempt to run on startup with every restart, but would never complete, so I had to disable that through a registry edit. Not something for new users to get involved in. Again I cannot see any mention of this apart from reading something on the forum, but I may have missed something as I am off line quite often just now
If you install this version (157) there is a good possibility that uninstalling it will crash your computer making it unbootable. CTM corrupts the MBR which isn’t reparable. At this point you will need to reformat your HDD losing all information that is stored on your computer in the process. COMODO isn’t telling you this and you need to be aware of it.