EWF (Enhanced Write Filter) and COMODO?

In my netbook (Asus e901) i’m use a EWF system. Every shutdown or restart all changes automatically saved to ssd(system disk)
today i’m install Comodo IS, restart my pc and change some properties of comodo…BUT i can’t shutdown my pc now!when i shutdown it,changes doesn’t save and every time i’m have a first run of comodo. also all another changes doesn’t save too. And i can’t delete comodo (on restart PC i have comodo again) any ideas?

The first question is why whoever should use EWF.

No one has proved, to the day speaking, the wear out of ssd due to multiple rewritings to be anything else then a street rumor.

Not sure either that Comodo is a good idea for a low space, low memory, and small screen netbook.

The Comodo uninstall feature does not work; you have to get rid of the registry entries, and of the running drivers in safe mode.

What is an EWF system?

Schematically, EWF replaces classic writing to disk by writing to other “media”, e.g. RAM.

Altough EWF is initially supposed to be a security feature, and is heavily contested by security experts as such, it is in fact used in the small netbook world, where the ROM is not a physical harddisk, but a SSD or Flash SD drive, something very near of what resides in your cellphone or APN.

The capacity of such devices is very limited (usually 2 to 16 GB) altough some manufacturers sell some (very expensive) 64 to 128 GB devices.
Because of the slow character of ramdrives, there’s no sense in running whatever from a ramdrive, excepting maybe from these netbooks where the RAM and processor themselves are very limited.

Due to the relatively recent apparition of such devices, a urban myth has stated that multiple rewriting to these devices would shorten the MTBF of these devices, and advocates as a parade to write not to the Flash SD itself, but to a ramdrive using EWF.
Of course, the natural MTBF of whatever device, including a physical device, must be balanced in regard to Murphy’s law and the natural obsolescence of whatever computer, but this topic stays as a periodic concern with Flash drives, whereas it does not with physical disks.

Relevant information (and also totally irrelevant one…) can be found searching, e.g., in:

Thanks for the information Brucine.

Bs314. Do you have “Block all unknown requests if the application is closed” enabled? It so disable it and try again.