I’ve tried the updater, several times now and always at 82% I get the error 108 notification.
I’ve switched off anti-virus, and switched the firewall off as well.
One by one I’ve rebooted with Application Monitor, Component Monitor, Network Monitor and Application Behavior Analysis turned off. Still get error 108 at 82%.
What am I doing wrong.?
Can I just go and download the new version without using the updater if I uninstall first ?
OK have done all that, thanks.
Install went OK, rebooted and all went fine for about a few moments.
After about 2 minutes of re-starting the computer I get a Pop-up from the task bar from CPF saying '
Can’t initialise session manager: Fast user switching not supported!
About 30 seconds after that the AVG e-mail scanner then complains it has been closed disabled ( I cannot re-start it ).
I’ve removed both CPF and Comodo Backup which I also had installed. Everything operates as normal.
Re-installing the latest Comodo Backup does not bring up any problems, but as soon as I install the latest release of CPF I get the same problems as above.
Have you any ideas ?
Can I go back to beta ver CPF_184.108.40.206_BETA until this is sorted as that ran quite happily ?
You’ll need a new registration key. The codes are single use. So, as long as you remember the URL (check your history) you can download again without it, but you’ll need to register to avoid nag screens.
OOpps - My Bad - Should have been Error 108 on Update - Sorry about that :-[
However, thanks for all your help.
Terminal services now switched to Automatic - and all appears well ;D
There is one thing tho’, I had to re-boot three times after install to get all the settings saved correctly in the application monitor, (The correct settings would be there, but programs would still complain about non-connectivity.)
BUT, its working well now, and no problems - thanks again for all your help 8)
this is what ive ended up doing, uninstalling new version, restart, install new version then restart again. its worked doing it manually. one note though, after i installed the new version it started loading up windows (got past the windows loading screen) then went to a black screen. the floppy disk light stayed on and the hdd didnt do nething. i had to restart the machine and it worked second time round. this also happened to me when i installed a beta. anyone know why?
it turned out that after i entered the same name and email that i used before, it didnt even email me a new activation code. i just installed the new version and it recognised that i had a key already. im guessing the key is buried somewhere in the registry.
OK, fine. But Win2K Pro does not have Fast User Switching or Terminal Services, yet the same error occurs. I clicked to send in the “error report” when prompted (over and over); I just wonder if that can be verified as recieved.