Comodo firewall not shutting down

  stlucia 07:50 04 Nov 2010
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A few times recently, when I shut my PC down (Windows XP SP3) I get a message saying Comodo is shutting down, please wait. If I wait for its progress bar to finish, or if I click on shut down now, it says Comodo isn't responding, goes to a blue screen with nothing on it, and seems to just hang. I then have to power off the PC to shut it down.

I've not changed the configuration of my PC, nor have I added any new software other than regular updates for my existing stuff. Windows, AOL, Firefox, Adobe, Comodo, and AVG are ones that I remember receiving updates for in the past month or so.

Has anyone else had this, and is there a simple way to correct it, please?

  provider 2 10:29 04 Nov 2010

Something wrong with the latest update, perhaps?

Other than going back to the previous version, there seems to be no fix as yet: click here

  stlucia 10:58 04 Nov 2010

Thanks, provider 2, it's nice to know it's not just me.

I think I'll not worry about it -- it doesn't happen every session -- and trust that the powers-that-be at Comodo (and, perhaps AVG, since there's a suspicion that it's maybe a conflict) get their act together and sort things out for the next update.

  provider 2 11:12 04 Nov 2010

Yes, I suspect trying to find a fix yourself might be a long and fruitless exercise.

I think the fairly frequent references to AVG conflict may be a red herring, possibly due to the fact that so many people use AVG and the 2011 version seems to be having quite a few problems itself.

Probably, checking the above thread on the forum from time to time to see what Comodo has to say about it, would be be the best idea.

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  john bunyan 11:05 20 Jan 2011

Spam on old thread?

  stlucia2 19:35 20 Jan 2011

I've discovered that my PC doesn't hang completely when I get the Comodo shutdown message. If I click on shut down now, it goes to a blue screen, as I mentioned in my first post, but then eventually shuts down of its own accord after about 5 minutes.

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