Did anything change on your computer around the time it stopped working? For example, did you install another program, or change a setting either in CIS or in another program, even if you don’t think it’s related?
Also, does running the diagnostics show any problems?
The problem is … that I can’t remember exactly when it stopped working, possibly more than a week and in that span of time I haven’t installed anything relevant i guess, just a program for improving videogames performance (Razer Game Booster), i’ve also installed Microsoft. NET framework 4.5, and updated my VLC player.
I have not touched any settings of CIS in a while, however I have installed the recent updates.
The only time I’ve runned a diagnostics was when CIS failed to start 5 days ago, it found a problem though i don’t know what it found, it just gave me a report in a zip.
I apologize if i don’t make myself clear, i have to improve my english :-\
With a problem like this I think that the introduction of a driver is “obscuring the view”. Razer Game Booster would be a suspect. Can you see what happens when you install it and reboot your system? Did you recently introduce other applications that may be running a driver?
I have the exact same issue. What trigger the problem, is a changing for a new motherboard. It use a Realtek® 8111GR NIC. I uninstalled (Comodo 2011 set), registry cleaned (Comod uninstaller - RegCLeaner), reinstalled Comodo (the last set) and the last NIC Drivers from realtek ( Win7 7076-11222013). Basically files inspection work properly, but everything relating to network is a no go…inbound outbound link is not monitored at all…(everything is basically open…) .
Any idea? Network card related?
Firewall : Inbound 0 - Outbound 0 → No connections! (obviously my NIC is up and running)
Win7 64Bit - Z87-A/4770K
** All Driver Up to date
** Registry Cleaned
** Cleaned all Driver trace in registry & Removed all ghost hardware traces Device manager panel
** Logs clean, nothing special reported
** Also tested another firewall to see if anything was wrong with the NIC (promicious etc) - Worked OK.
** OS not reinstalled.