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#1 germandog

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 08:42 AM

Hullo. I was directed here from the 'Am I infected ?' section.
From boopme:

Please start a topic in Internal Hardware and they will find rgexact driver for you.

My problems are as follows:
Running Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium Service Pack 1(X64)

-Comodo Firewall removed itself and I cannot reinstall it.

-My Wireless Network Adapter will not connect to a network, and leaves me with 'limited access' when I try.
Adapter: "Broadcom 802.11n Network Adapter" Driver version: 5.100.82.95

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#2 red_devil028

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Posted 22 February 2012 - 09:34 AM

Please see "revo uninstaller" to see if you have your comodo firewall there, if not, check in your windows firewall settings and put windows firewall as default setting...


connect to a wired network first if then the thing still don't want to fire up on the internet...

if that still don't work, please disable all possible firewalls...

if comodo uninstalled itself it might be the problem as a process might still be blocked in a setting, so i'd recommend finding that first.


Hope it helps
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