I have installed CPM (CPM_SETUP_1.2.188360.106_xp_vista_server2003_win7.exe) and post installation CPM requested me to reboot my system. I have restarted my machine and tried to launch CPM - surprisingly - it always requests me to reboot my machine again 88).
I then completely shut-down my machine and post restart tried to launch CPM - but same result. I then performed uninstall operation and reinstalled CMP and restarted my machine - but again it asked me to reboot my machine. :-\
Screen shot (CPM 1.2 - Requesting reboot.png) of the pop-up message has been attached with this post.
Awaiting a speedy reply - am tired of rebooting my machine :THNK
My machine details:
OS: Windows Vista Home Premium - SP2
Sys Type: 32 bit OS
Also attaching list of currently running processes and services fetched out by KillSwitch :-\
Does the user account you are currently using have administrator rights?
Also please check if the following key is present in the system registry: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\RunOnce\CPM2
Please delete that key mentioned above from the system registry then uninstall CPM and reinstall it.
Also check any sandbox settings you have activated on your security software. The reason CPM keeps asking you to restart your system is the fact that something is preventing the driver from being activated (something is blocking the access to that registry key).
Edit: You can also check for the following key and delete it before you uninstall CPM: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\ComodoProgramsManagerUpdate