What I’ve noticed when using the online installer is that there was a problem about a “corrupt package error” and the re-installation failed. I uninstalled Comodo (or whatever had been installed up to the time of the error) and for this I used the official uninstaller. I did reboot as directed by the uninstaller and I also ran the uninstaller a second time. No remnants were reported, I closed the uninstaller program and I decided to repeat the installation process. To my surprise while CIS was being installed the uninstaller program came to the forefront out of nowhere! The first time this happened I was confused by this and I continued the uninstallation. Needless to say that made the CIS installation go wrong and I had to re-run the installer after booting the computer, then go through the uninstall and this time I ignored the uninstaller popping up in the middle of the installation. Thankfully the re-installation worked in the end.
Based on my experience, maybe I should have rebooted the computer a second time even though the uninstaller reported no CIS remnants.
EDIT: I found out that Internet Security Essentials was not installed. I gave up and restored a disk image backup.
I was trying to find an offline installer for CIS Pro, but the only one that I could find was for CIS Premium. The Premium version doesn’t have all the modules of Pro. Do you know where I may ask for this installer?
I think if you Install CIS Premium, then on Main Interface > click the ‘?’ Symbol > About > Insert License Key > Then insert your key to CIS Pro, then CIS Premium will automatically become CIS Pro with all additional features available.
Can someone else confirm? I never did this before so I am not entirely sure.
Oh, this will be perfect if it works. Unfortunately having spent many hours trying to get things to work I don’t have any strength left to try it!
Yesterday I had two BSOD (IRQL GT ZERO AT SYSTEM SERVICE) which I’ve never had before. I didn’t find anything to connect them to Comodo, and I’m dreading having a recurrence of these BSODs. However, if it happens, and if I don’t find an obvious cause, then reinstalling Comodo may be a possibility. In that case I may try an offline installation of CIS.