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Symantec Update Causes Crash with Windows XP

Posted on the 19 July 2012 by Hpmurah2u @hpmurah2u


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Symantec recently released antivirus software that was causing problems on Windows-based PC.Reported some PC constantly crashes and displays a blue display that contains a description of the problem. The Company also has a variety of written reports on the problems faced by the latest Symantec update, it is said that most PCs are operating with Windows XP. problem was derived from a combination of PCs that use Windows XP and versions of antivirus software Sonar. Problems due to the interaction between antivirus kompetibelnya not by some third party software.
The root cause of the issue was an incompatibility due to a three-way Interaction Between That some third party software implements a file system driver file using the kernel stack based objects - typical of encryption drivers, the SONAR signature and the Windows XP Cache Manager, Symantec said .
For this issue, Symantec is known to compensate consumers for personal discomfort with reaching consumers who reported the problem. origin source slash gear


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