02-24-2013 10:21 AM
Norton found this error antilog32 not installed How do i fix this
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02-25-2013 11:40 AM
Hi mrc - the antilogger driver is one of the drivers for the antilogging software which installs with CGPS. The fact that iti's not installed could mean that *something* is blocking the installation. However, we have released a new version of CGPS which addresses a conflict with the anti-logger driver and an HP HotKey driver used on some HP/Compaq laptops. If you remove the Constant Guard Protection Suite, restart your computer, and then reinstall CGPS from www.comcast.net/security - this will resolve that conflict, but may not resolve the issue you are seeing IF the driver is actually being blocked. If you do install the CGPS, you can also go to the CGPS Options tab, to "Configure My Protection Services," and can see if the anti-logging is enabled or disabled at that location. If you do not with the anti-key-logging protection service, you can disable it manually at that location.
03-06-2013 01:06 PM
I tried this fix on my Dell. It did not work. I also have a problem with my cursor going out of control now. It fills text boxes with dots, like this......... only in the center of the space. Maybe they are spaces, anyway once that starts I cannot stop it or type anything. How do I fix it?
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