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Comodo - Update 'Error 113'


wee eddie

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I have recently changed from Zone Alarm to Comodo.

Every-time I boot the PC, with the Router turned on, I get a little Comodo Pop-up saying: 'You have Updates ready to install _ Click Here to start'

When I click ~ Nothing happens.

If I try the 'Check for Updates' on the Miscellaneous Page. I click a couple of pages and then get a little Download Graphic saying Error 113 and explaining that my Internet Connection was lost!

However, immediately before and after, I am able to access the Net with no trouble.

Any ideas. Maybe Comodo is denying itself access!

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sunnystaines

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Pineman100

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This thread might help: click here

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sunnystaines

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did you get anywhere with error 113?

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VOT Productions

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Backup your config.
Uninstall Comodo
Download Newest Comodo.
Install Comodo.
Import your config.

And it works on this workaround

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wee eddie

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I have already downloaded the latest Version

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wee eddie

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Installed the latest version from Comodo's own Web Site but, boy, do they make it seriously difficult to find the "Stand Alone" version.

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