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Sygate Constantly Receving Data?


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#1 Parksy

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Posted 18 September 2007 - 04:48 PM

Hi there guys, long time no see but the last help was much appreciateds!!

I have something either a bit strange happening or i dont fully understand lol

I have XP sp2, all working fine, using firefox instead of internet explorer..AVG, sygate etc

But sygate keeps saying im sending and receving lots and lots of data regarding ndisuio.sys file......says it is being contacted by a remote machine???

I have ran virus checks, spyware, malware etcand all clean....

Any help much appreciated guys...

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#2 mommabear

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Posted 19 September 2007 - 07:45 AM

There are sites you can look at to see what this "service" from Windows does, and if it is necessary. But I've got Sygate and I have it blocked. Try that. If something doesn't work you can always enable it again and then go looking to see what other kinds of services you have running that depend on it and decide what else to block or allow.

From what I've just read, ndisuio.sys has to do with wireless, Bluetooth, etc. If you don't have wireless, you probably don't need it.




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