I sometimes get an error message in session 0
“Microsoft Visual C++ Runtime Library
c:…” ← It doesn’t provide me with a path just 3 dots
I can’t take a screenshot of it because that doesn’t work in session 0 apparently.
- What you did:
It occurs randomly
- What actually happened or you actually saw:
A dialog box from windows telling me i have a message in session 0.
- What you expected to happen or see:
- How you tried to fix it & what happened:
I can’t fix it without the source code.
- If its an application compatibility problem have you tried the application fixes here?:
- Details & exact version of any application (execpt CIS) involved with download link:
- Whether you can make the problem happen again, and if so exact steps to make it happen:
- Any other information (eg your guess regarding the cause, with reasons):
This is a programmer mistake.
Files appended. (Please zip unless screenshots).
- Screenshots illustrating the bug:
Session 0 doesn’t allow screenshots.
- Screenshots of related CIS event logs and the Defense+ Active Processes List:
- A CIS config report or file.
- Crash or freeze dump file:
I’ll add a freeze dump the next time this happens.
I’ll add a process explorer’ handles view screenshot too the next time this happens.
- Screenshot of More~About page. Can be used instead of typed product and AV database version.
CIS version, AV database version & configuration used:
CIS version 5.5.195786.1383
AV database version 9606
Configuration: “COMODO - Internet Security”
a) Have you updated (without uninstall) from CIS 3 or 4:
b) if so, have you tried a clean reinstall (without losing settings - if not please do)?:
a) Have you imported a config from a previous version of CIS:
b) if so, have U tried a standard config (without losing settings - if not please do)?:
Have you made any other major changes to the default config? (eg ticked ‘block all unknown requests’, other egs here.):
Not that i can remember.
Defense+, Sandbox, Firewall & AV security levels:
Firewall = Safe Mode
AV = Disabled
OS version, service pack, number of bits, UAC setting, & account type:
Windows 7 service pack 1 (64-bit)
UAC setting: default
account type: default
Other security and utility software installed:
Virtual machine used (Please do NOT use Virtual box):
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