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Thread: True Vector Service has shut down...Restart?

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    Default Re: True Vector Service has shut down...Restart?

    Did something happen, or get upgraded or installed just right before this started happening?
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    maryjane Guest

    Default Re: True Vector Service has shut down...Restart?

    That is exactly what I
    did,
    turned my Windows XP firewall on just in case True Vector decides to take a break at the risk of my computer too! Well!
    Guess what?
    I turn the XP firewall on and the next time I boot up my computer it is turned off again!
    Okay, its problably something simple I just need someone to tell me how to cross the T's and dot the I's!
    Please!

  3. #13
    maryjane Guest

    Default Re: True Vector Service has shut down...Restart?



    Okay, so I'm replying to my own post.
    I found out why turning XP firewall on along with ZAP does not work.
    The XP firewall is supposed to be turned off if you have another firewall installed.
    Disregard the previous post.

    Thank you

  4. #14
    corrigme Guest

    Default Re: True Vector Service has shut down...Restart?

    That's hard for me to define. Could have been Adobe Acrobat Reader, Microsoft Critical Updates, Norton Virus Definitions. This problem also happens on a laptop at the office. I do know that the only things that got updated on that is Microsoft Critical Updates and Adobe Acrobat Reader.
    I have no Norton running on the laptop so that rules that out.




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    Default Re: True Vector Service has shut down...Restart?

    Make sure the XP firewall is turned
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    Default Re: True Vector Service has shut down...Restart?

    Make sure the XP firewall is turned off.
    My homes are SpywareHammer.com and DonHoover.net and BleepingComputer.com


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    Tilting at windmills hurts you more than the windmills.
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  7. #17
    jhp123 Guest

    Default Re: True Vector Service has shut down...Restart?

    If I had manually turned off my XP Firewall, it would not have automatically turned itself back on to protect my computer when True Vector Service failed...XP
    Firewall should be turned on and computer re-started, letting the presence of ZoneAlarm cause XP to turn itself back off...Then it will be there to
    automatically turn back on when it recognizes the loss of
    ZoneAlarm's protection...This is the way
    the XP Firewall
    was designed...
    A 2nd super complete clean uninstall & re-install of ZAP now seems to have solved my True Vector problem...(I've never turned XP's Firewall off manually and except for a couple of other types of problem, ZAP has run like a top.)

    Message Edited by jhp123 on 03-11-200608:37 PM

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