I’m having the same problem I had before with Comodo not loading up. The computer was running painfully slow and Comodo wouldn’t load, so I tried uninstalling and reinstalling it, and at 32% it always comes up with error 1603. Other topcs on this forum suggest that I run the removal tool, which I still had on my hard drive, so I ran that in safe modeas an admin, restarted, ran it again in regular mode as an admin, restarted. Same 1603.
System restore worked for me before on another problem, so I went to check and see if I can just do that. System restore was still turned on, but for some strange reason, the max disk space usage was set to 0% and all of the restore points that were previously there were gone. So that’s not an option.
This is where it starts to get messy.
I did steps 2-6 in the second part to no avail. So I moved onto to the registry. Ctrl + F found a ton of instances of “comodo” still in the registry, so without thinking (or SAVING A BACKUP OF THE REGISTRY, I shouldn’t be guilty of that n00b mistake), I start deleting them. Big mistake there. I think I might have deleted something I didn’t want to, and now in addition to the 1603 problem, I effed up my power button.
Clicking the power button to restart the computer now gives me the error:
C:\Program Files\Acer\Acer Power Management\ePowerButton.exe
A device attached to the system is not functioning.
In the Device Manager, under System Devices, ACPI Power Button reports that the device is working properly.
Now I’m afraid of cutting power for fear that it might not want to boot afterwards. I have a Repair Disc (thankfully at least I didn’t do THAT wrong) and an Image Disc (from a month and a half ago, don’t want to have to resort to that). Where should I go from here?
Edit: I also uninstalled the Comodo driver in the wireless network properties.