I guess the automatic sandbox is kicking in. Can you check the Defense + Logs and post a screenshot of them? Can you confirm the drivers are digitally signed and that the signature is on the Trusted Vendors List?
Since you are posting in the AV help board. Can you also check the AV logs to see if the AV is interfering?
Hi Eric, can be the HIPS who I have active on Secure mode… maybe Comodo should have an exception for NVDIA file check for Signed NVDIA and allow it.
Actually the log is empty because i had some issue on reinstalling Comodo.
Maybe I need to test next time a NVDIA update is released but as you can understand is my work PC i can’t do test here… if the setup of NVDIA fail i have issue on all desktop with all icon… i can’t do test here on this PC.
I have seen it happen when installing that the installer unpacks a temp file with random name which is not recognised. Even though I tell that rundll32.exe (which unpacks the temp file) gets the Installer/Updater policy the automatic sandbox takes precedence and the installer gets run sandboxed. Since the temp file has a random name the same thing will happen when I start the installer again. In that case I temporarily disable the autosandbox… :-\
Also if all services of comodo are disable NVDIA did not install. I need to presso on comodo and exit completly for comodo for see success install of NVDIA.
This issue is something COMODO have to work on…
I just installed CAV so I haven’t tried this but according to Chiron’s guide, if you run CAV/CIS in game mode - it basically puts it in ‘Training Mode’ which will “create automatic allow rules for all running applications.”
Obviously this should be switched off as soon as the driver is installed.
Also, where do you find your GForce driver?
If you haven’t already done so, I would suggest installing the “GForce Experience” program.
It not only tweaks your game settings automatically, but it checks for new drivers and installs them. I love this program.
GForce Experience downloaded from the NVDIA website, also this official program not run well with Comodo active, the program look for the correct driver and when the driver is installed tha installation fail. I need deactivate all Comodo service and exit completely from Comodo than restart install and it’s done with success.
It’s not beautiful to say. Maybe Comodo should work for not make user with issue, I AM not the only one see an error when update Screen driver and is not easy to understand is comodo who make issue. Thanks.
This issue still be present.
Seems not solved from Comodo. Every time there are NVIDIA update the install fail if I don’t press exit on Comodo.
Now I will infor also NVIDIA about this issue with Comodo.