2: OS version:
Windows 10 Pro 64bit Build 1511 (fully updated, official final non-Insider updates only)
3: What you did:
Tried to install NVIDIA ForceWare 362.00 64bit WHQL drivers over old version of ForceWare drivers (like always) for my GeForce GTX 980.
4: What you actually saw:
Installation went as usual, screen flashed as if drivers got updated and then installer says driver install failed.
5: What you expected to happen or see:
Driver should install over old one and update it automatically. It always has before I’ve switched to CIS. I have then uninstalled CIS and used Windows Defender instead and installation went through without problems. The exact same thing happened one version back and even disabling ALL CIS modules (AV, FW and Sandbox) didn’t fix this. Only uninstallation of CIS did.
Comodo didn’t spawn any popups or warnings and nothing appeared on “Unrecognized” files list, meaning nothing was blocked officially, but instead something within CIS is blocking NVIDIA drivers from installing correctly. Tried also using default CIS configuration with same results. I am now on Windows Defender because this is really annoying.
6: If possible attach a screenshot illustrating the GUI problem
So it is comodo? I got used to uninstalling drivers manually beforehand and then reinstalling them back up because of this thing, but i never tried doing so without comodo, so i did not know it was comodo’s doing. As you said there are no warnings and no log hits.
Comodo CIS v.126.96.36.19992
Windows 10 Pro x64 - Windows 7 Pro x64
Personally I uninstall the old driver from the configuration panel Add / Remove Programs, and then installs the new.
After downloading the Nvidia site.
If you are experiencing issues installing Nvidia drivers with CIS, just exit CIS from the hidden icons (tool tray) on the lower right of your
Once Nvidia drivers are installed, simply run (double click) CIS again and your security will be restored.
The resolve you request, as I stated, is a MS (read: MicroSoft) issue. Not Comodo.
If you are not on the Inside Fast Track, you have to wait for the next general release from MS.
You were given a workaround, and the resolve (fix) for this issue.
Stop blaming Comodo for all your petty woes!!!
And word of warning right now.
You come on here bashing again after you have been informed of the resolve for this or any issue, I will immediately post ban you and any other for a period of no less than 2 weeks!
Now change your attitude!
And note, For the 3rd straight time, I just updated my Nvidia drivers with NO issues, and CIS still running.
Nice, threatening users with a ban again. Is that all you people know to do around here? You’re just saying “insider builds”. How in bloody hell am I suppose to know or understand what the hell you’re talking about on normal non-insider build? Jesus.
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