I'm running XT 2nd Ed. on a Sony PC with 1 MEG ram.
Enjoyed the 6 suite I bought on CD, then
downloaded new versions twice, finally to 7.0.337.0, which worked fine.
My latest attempt to download an "important update" didn't work.
Twice I downloaded, getting error messages like "IE will not download this" and "operation timed out."
Support that I contacted by
it may be caused
by my dial up connection and server, to keep trying and contact again if no-go.
After lengthy re-attempts to download the 40 MEG program, I contacted support again and was refunded the money for the suite
so that I can use a CD version to install
take this step, as I think ZA is the best.
But after removing ZA and
doing a clean install with
CDs, won't I be in the same place I was again?
The program will advise me a new version is available, and I won't be able to download it.
What I wonder is whether I should coast along using my present
337 version without file updates until a newer and better version that the 462
is marketed, like an 8 series
that comes out in '08?
bookburn, trying to hang in there.
Operating System:Windows XP Home Edition
Product Name:ZoneAlarm Internet Security Suite