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    Talking [SOLVED] Conflict detection

    Just goy home after 3 months away. My lady had brought the system to the shop cuz the whole thing was freezing. The techies (title used loosly) idea of repairs was to uninstall most of my programs (reg scsnner, system mechanic, uninstaller Etc.) even an EA game. He ended up getting rid of ZAES and installed MS security rssentials (basicly useless). I downloaded ZAES 102-072-0000 and installed that. Everything worked fine untill I rebooted. The system froze at the end of the boot process. I mean froze. I had to hit the power button to shut down. Everyone here swears they didn't add, change anything (sure!) Anyway got everything else reinstalled but no ZAES. Anyone have any tips or suggestions how to proceed?
    Any comments welcome.
    Tnx,
    Dusty

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    Default Re: Conflict detection

    Hello;

    Try this safe clean up proceedure..

    Follow these instructions Below to clean your computer of the old version and any conflicting 3rd party Security programs, then install a clean new copy of the current supported version of ZA 13.0.208.000



    The instruction for a clean install are below

    1. Download the latest ZA 13 (2015) version http://server.iad.liveperson.net/hc/...10&action=view
    <== click here

    2. Remove your current ZA version (in XP use Windows add/remove programs/Windows 7/8 Uninstall a program)

    3. Remove other security tools installed. Use http://www.appremover.com/ to double check no left overs are present.

    4. Clean your system and registry with the Free Ccleaner.exe
    free ccleaner <= click here

    5. Download to your desktop and run the ZA removal tool, <= click here
    now reboot computer after running ZA Removal tool.

    6. Now Install the latest ZA version without touching any default settings,
    and Do Not Restore Saved Settings from the old install.
    Let us know how you have managed to resolve the issue. It will help other users with the same problem.
    Last edited by GeorgeV; 1 Week Ago at 03:20 AM.
    GeorgeV
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    Default Re: Conflict detection

    Well George, you saved my butt again. So far either you or Fax have fixed any problem that I've managed to create <grin> Thanks a bunch, worked like a champ.
    Dusty

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    Thumbs up Re: [SOLVED] Conflict detection

    Thank you for Reporting back with the Results of your re-install..
    GeorgeV
    ZoneAlarmŽ Extreme Security


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