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  • Ok, I guess this works just as well..! Thanks a bunch!!
  • After trying all the different approaches suggested by the BD-Support without success, I gave up! Reinstalled Windows XP SP2.0, installed BDIS, then applied SP3.0. Now it works again! Funny stuff, that BitDefender Firewall! Not THE solution to the problem, but A (working) sort-of-solution! Sorry, I can't be any more help…
  • Same here with a clean install of Windows XP SP3.0 Firewall in DBIS 2010 won't start! --> "failed to communicate with the bitdefender security service" Tried the patches and the fw_uninst.cmd / fw_inst.cmd ... no change! Any other ideas, short of reinstalling Windows and reinstalling BDIS for the sixth time?
  • Besides ali.exe, you also have another suspect file: O23 - Service: TCP/IP (WinServ) - Unknown owner - C:\Documents.exe (file missing) There is no such file?!?!? I can see it in HijackThis but is not to be found on my computer nor the registry. BTW: I don't use Windows Explorer! I use Total Commander with hidden and system…
  • Well, I think I got rid of it! Just so I rebooted in safe mode and ran "AVG Anti-Spyware". I'm not sure if that did the trick. I cleand the registry manually and deleted the file. Ran BitDefender and AVG again. Then adaware just to be sure! So, as of right now, there seems to be no trace of ali.exe on my computer! Thanks…
  • I just checked the registry again. And whaddya know, there it was again! (I cleaned it out after the HijackThis scan)
  • Cris, here's the log: Well, there it is AGAIN!!! Ali.exe in my registry! I know I cleand that out just yesterday evening! Logfile of Trend Micro HijackThis v2.0.2 Scan saved at 7:20:15 PM, on 12/6/2007 Platform: Windows XP SP2 (WinNT 5.01.2600) MSIE: Internet Explorer v7.00 (7.00.6000.16544) Boot mode: Normal Running…
  • Thanks for the quick response! Here's the file... I did clean the registry and I also killed the process. No use. The process is coming back again and again trying to start my default browser (Firefox, which I renamed so it can't be run anymore). You can see ali.exe coming up in the taskmanager, going away, coming back…