I had a persistent issue a few months back where my PC would take 30 sec to log in (but it would boot fine), which was somehow resolved by removing a Just switched to Sygate we'll see. Keyboard Logitech G510s Mouse Logitech M525 (two in use) PSU Corsair HX750w Case Antec Two Hundred v2 (modified) Cooling Cooler Master GeminII S524 120mm (fan replaced with a 140mm) Hard Drives Back To TopThread IndexPosting GuidelinesSelect Forum ...DiscussionSite Information and AnnouncementsGaming DiscussionOff-topic DiscussionUser ReviewsRole PlayingForum GamesReligion and PoliticsTech DiscussionAdvice ForumGame Industry DiscussionBiowarriorsThe Escapist CommentaryFeatured ContentThe News RoomThe Escapist ExpoThe Escapist Expo 2013The http://scifijumpgate.com/zone-alarm/zone-alarm-installed-boot-up-really-slow.html
h4xor5553 POSTED: 11 Dec 2013 21:39 Copy ClerkPosts: 62Joined: 25 Aug 2010Is it possible to do a full reformat of your HDD? Is there an older version of zonealarm I can use? When my computer was functioning perfectly i would see it for maybe 45 seconds tops. Friends have said that they have been using it for years without any problems that I am having makes me wonder if its zonealarm that has changed something, or if it
Its better than ZoneAlarm version 9, because of brand new interface, faster boot times, less popup alerts etc… Source: http://www.techishare.com […] Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not I went into 'Safe Mode' and checked shutdown time from there...lightning fast. If anyone could help me it would be appreciated. Reply Samuel says: November 21, 2011 at 10:07 AM That's sad to hear Barb.
win10 [Microsoft] by tp0d312. C:\Windows\system32\vsdata.dll C:\Windows\system32\vsmonapi.dll C:\Windows\system32\vsinit.dll C:\Windows\system32\vspubapi.dll C:\Windows\system32\vsxml.dll C:\Windows\system32\vswmi.dll C:\Windows\system32\zlcommdb.dll C:\Windows\system32\zlcomm.dll C:\Windows\system32\vsdatant.sys C:\Windows\system32\Drivers\vsdatant.sys C:\Windows\system32\vsdata95.vxd C:\Windows\system32\zpeng24.dll C:\Windows\system32\zpeng25.dll Also remove any reference to forcefield or ZA in the booting log. I wish there was an easy way in WinXP and Win2000 to specify the service and app start order. Now, I assigned that cycling program to one of my programmable function keys and explorer loads blazing fast.
Let me know how it goes. this is not the only problem however, after it finally passes the logo it wants to do a disk check EVERY TIME! The time now is 10:59. and when I remove/uninstall zonealarm free the blue "Welcome" screen only stays for about 3-5 seconds and when it goes away, the desktop is up, and there is no black screen
I changed this to '10' millisecs...but shutdown time was still as above Can anyone tell me how I can solve this niggle?? the check usually takes another 20 minutes, especially because it always fails to write the file allocation table at the end making it freeze on screen for another 5 minutes. They may vary according to the problem. If you are on Win 7, then no need of installing another firewall.
While uninstalling ZA the option was given to do a survey and told them what problems I was having. Register now! Print Some features are only in premium products Resolving a slow start up If ZoneAlarm security software is configured to load at startup, some users connected to the LAN may find For example, after MSN Messenger or my backup utility that accesses the network.
Does anyone recommend a different firewall?? navigate here I opened 'Regedit' > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control I checked 'WaitToKillServiceTimeout': it was set at I believe the default '12000' = 12 millisecs. For changes in this version, click here (http://download.zonealarm.com/bin/free/information/znalm/zaReleaseHistory.html#9.2.044.000). Processor: AMD Phenom II X6 1075T 3.0GhzRAM: 2X4 GB DDR3 1600 (running at 1333 because i switched boards last year)Boot Drive: Corsair 90 GB Solid State Hard Drive running at SATA2
Home Forums Search Forums Recent Posts Your name or email address: Password: Forgot your password? Tried to scan for viruses only to have machine restart on its own. Several functions may not work. Check This Out I know I'll lose the OS. :( Here is the Link to all of the available older versions of ZA Free.. 9.0 Branch 9.2.057.000 was released to the public on June
not trying to say it IS a virus... I would recommend everyone choose the "Clean Install" option whenever installing a newer version. Cheers, Fax DeadJuly 19th, 2010, 11:22 PMOk, I have done all you said, but the item in "msconfig" under the "Startup" tab is still there...
My System Specs Computer type PC/Desktop System Manufacturer/Model Number MSI custom build OS Windows 7 Ultimate x64 CPU i7-3770 Motherboard MSI Memory 8GB Hard Drives 10 of them ;) Antivirus Avira I'm trying to recall how to log the shutdown - anyone know that? I had a persistent issue a few months back where my PC would take 30 sec to log in (but it would boot fine), which was somehow resolved by removing a All icons are there and not just the mouse arrow.
like the familier older days… Startup time become 2 MINS 57 SEC, not in first boot but in every subsequent boots (I did three). System Security Zone Alarm Installation in Windows 7I upgraded my daughters computer from Vista to Windows 7. But, this issue was fixed in this new version and now the windows boot is finishing around 1 minute. this contact form Before the new install, I could leave my pc for hours and come back to resume working.
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the check usually takes another 20 minutes, especially because it always fails to write the file allocation table at the end making it freeze on screen for another 5 minutes. i have mentioned this prob with little more detail in another post of mine.