Sancho Panza Dec 27, 2003, 11:54pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: XP Random RebootHey Carl thanks ,i think you wer4e Do not remove this service or file if you have these products. Get rid of it. Seems a bit excessive. have a peek here
Win32k.sys and ati2dvag.dll are both graphics related. Can anyone be of assistance? If it's using excessive CPU then it's probably running a virus/spyware scan. It is quite stable.
Grant It can be found in Windows\system32\zonelabs you can't delete it because it is running, you can't stop it either. So there you go, this is no different to setting up any anti-virus or anti-spyware tool, set it up correctly the first time and you have no problems. Mitch quite annoying if you let pc your do his work for hours. You may also...
It is part of Cisco VPN soft. It keeps expanding the virtual memory untill it can't anymore, then when it can't it just reboots. See also: Link Özi Sahini Vector System Monitor See also: Link Özi zonealarm POS when u have multiple internet connection (in or out) it will suck up processing power, don't matter When I did a shut-down & reboot, got a 'fatal exception' error for vsmon.exe.
Aethereal zonealarm pro 3.7 installed this file. actually is looking for viruses! Click to Run a Free Scan for vsmon.exe related errors Users Opinions Average user rating of vsmon.exe: based on 507 votes. Maza ZA file, tends to appear during update or while you are running a virus scan.
Go to Firewall Main Tab Internet Zone Security Custom. As it is started by program on demand, i think it is not essential. tnmatsDecember 31st, 2006, 03:27 PMI had the same problem happen today for the first time. just_a_userJanuary 9th, 2007, 07:10 AMI have, for the time being, uninstalled my version of ZA and I am again using the Windows firewall included with XP.
Disabling Zone Alarm until done with whatever activity you're doing will solve the problem. Joe so thats what vsmon is for. You do loose the control of giving programs acces or not, but it helps. The file size is 456,088bytes (50% of all occurrences) or 454,744bytes.
A Friend it uses 400mb memory after 12 hours!!! navigate here Vsdatant.sys is not a Windows system file. If it is hogging resources it is most likely busy blocking traffic. It brings the memory all the way up.
Is there a setting I need to change that I am unaware of?Thanks!! Then call Gateway and tell them they were right. First thought was a virus and malware scan but both came up clean. http://scifijumpgate.com/zone-alarm/zone-alarm-5-5-062-000.html If you don't have zonealarm, destroy it.
Badfellah While this element of ZoneAlarm is crucial to your internet security, it indeed does consume much cpu 'bandwidth' and can noticably slow down your computer. See also: Link Urban It slows my PC down as it uses alot of my CPU Rico Suarve tied up CPU and I/O to freeze my system - seemed to go Known file sizes on Windows 10/8/7/XP are 394,952bytes (42% of all occurrences), 353,680bytes and 7 more variants.
Trident Part of ZoneAlarm - essential for the firewall, not needed if you dont have it. maybe it´s a bug or something like that. on 1st install, everything is running fine for about three days, and yes I noticed that this problems is started since I got a connection. 2nd install, I didn't overeclock everything, Both your error messages point to memory problems, but at the same time are pointing to different kinds of errors.
After no probelm for ages, my system was hanging when I started Outlook Express due to vsmon.exe process taking 99%. I type this on Mooncalf's thread but seems that you guys talking abut it here so I paste it again here : Mooncalf.. See also: Link dillthedog VSMON is the Virus Monitor. this contact form Do the same for Pat This is the ZoneAlarm Service, no Danger.
around 3 times my system rebooted with out giving me a stop error.. Carrl Zonealarm - usually quiet, sometimes spins memory and I/O out of control requiring a reboot, and thus hardly to be considered stable given the seriousness of the product and all If you find it right click on it and see if it's a read only file.