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    Default Configurartion and disk-on-key

    I have ZA on my desktop and a laptop. Because of desktop problems w/Skype and other sound application problems, and for very slow app startups, I read the posts on configuring ZA. I did so, but now my desktop doesn't recognize the disk-on-key as a USB device. XP SP-2 just prompts that its identified another piece of hardware, but doesn't see it as a disk and doesn't at it to Windows Explorer.

    When I remove the disk-on-key and plug it into the laptop, on which I haven't customized configurations, the disk-on-key and the OS interact appropriately. That means it's likely something that ZA did to the system when configuring.

    Does anyone have a clue what happened and how to fix it?

    Operating System:Windows XP Pro
    Software Version:7.0
    Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite

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    Default Re: Configurartion and disk-on-key

    If you turn off ZA does all work well?
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    ithinktfiam Guest

    Default Re: Configurartion and disk-on-key

    It hasn't re-occurred, and since I need to be connected to the net most of the time, I'm not about to turn off ZA. However, since I've never had that problem, the problem with sound I'm having or the other occasional problem I'm having w/my trackball with Kaspersky or McAfee, there is an obvious connection in the direction of ZA.

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    Default Re: Configurartion and disk-on-key

    Tell me all the problems you are having that appear to be from ZA. There may be a single (or small group) of causes for them all.
    My homes are SpywareHammer.com and DonHoover.net and BleepingComputer.com


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