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Help With Comoda Firewall, Can't Connect

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#1 Robahr24


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Posted 01 September 2008 - 01:22 PM

I just installed the free trial of comoda firewall. The computer restarted by itself and when I logged in and tried to connect to the internet, it wouldn't let me. It kept saying unsuccesful, this was done with wireless and plugging it in. I went to the security settings and turned off the firewall but it only allows me to turn off the windows version and not comoda. I went under unistall programs and comoda is not even listed and then i tried going to system configuration to uncheck comoda and that did nothing either.

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#2 garmanma


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Posted 01 September 2008 - 03:53 PM

Can you right-click on Comodo's System Tray icon and choose Exit?
Go to the Start menu and go to Comodo. When you hover your mouse over it does it offer an uninstall tab? If not do a search for Comodo's folder, open it and see if there's an uninstall folder there
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