I am using XP SP3.
I was notified of the availability of the upgrade to 3.13.125662.579 and applied it without any issues. I have rebooted a number of times since.
Having received another upgrade notification, I upgraded again but I am now receiving repeated notifications of the upgrade and when I check for updates, I am told one is available.
I have not got the AV component installed.
I could switch off update checking or I could un-install / re-install - anyone got any other ideas before I try either?
Welcome to the forums!
Normally it’s always best to keep the latest version, but “blind” upgrading might not be the best way to go.
It’s better to check the forums first for issues
You can disable update available settings on the Misc, Settings, General Tab.
Then it won’t check for new updates.
I did have a quick forum search and it looks as if the topic “Comodo constantly wanting to update itself” is similar but I emphasize that I do not have the AV component and I’m on XP SP3.
For now, I’ll switch off update notifications although it’s not something I’ve experienced issues with in the past.
Thanks again for your response.
Latest version is .581 so it could be right about the update if your still on .579 that is…
Ah, I’ll do an update just in case…if I go to Comodo Firewall | Get Best Personal Firewall Software for $29.99 A Year, the latest is .579 …
I’ll report back…
Yes that’s an issue we moderators would like to see changed…
I’ve updated and it’s now showing .581 - a bit embarrassed but not totally my fault as the release notes page isn’t updated
Thank you for taking time to read / feedback on my post.
I hope this helps others.
Glad that your problem is solved.
I have 3.8.65… and need to upgrade to 3.13 but don’t have a clue as to how to do it. My Comodo tells me I have updates available but then when I try to install it says it looses the internet connection. I know I need the 3.13 to get any updates, how do I get it???
You may need to uninstall and then install the newest version. When doing this remember to enable Windows Firewall and then disable it after the newest version of Comodo is installed.
By the way, the newest version of Comodo is actually 4.0.135239.742. It hasn’t been pushed to the automatic updater yet.
Please be aware that after installing this version you will probably want to switch to proactive as the default for V4 is less secure then the default for V3. You may also wish to disable the sandbox as it can cause some minor problems.