Sunbelt Personal Firewall = BSOD

#1
Title says it all, don;t use it or you'll boot to a BSOD. I tried uninstalling in Safe mode but the uninstaller isn't available so I had to disable the service, still didn;t work, then booted to ubuntu and deleted the program file and the offending .sys file to get to boot. So consider it fair warning! ;)
 


iroken22

Extraordinary Member
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#2
I would recommend stay with the Windows Firewall for now and use AVG Antivirus as i know both are compatible with Windows 7
 


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