Had been using v1.90 SA/IE for the past four months without any problems, but had never used the BufferZone Reset .
After running Reset (all three checked) an attempt to open IE caused 100% CPU Freeze, tried reboot and same again for an hour, so I removed Version 1.90 (left 'virtual folders).
Install of BZ SA/IE version 2.10-37 seems to work fine and no issue with 'Reset' but it has caused annoying problems with my system,
which is a Dell D800 Centrino 2GHz/1,5GB RAM WinXP-pro SP2 AntiVirClassic ZoneAlarm BufferZone SpywareBlaster SpyBot Ad-Aware NSW Office2002 WxWorx & Jeppesen NavSuite.
Have completed install, removal and another install of BufferZone 2.10-37 and see the following (X)[OK] errors on each and every startup of my system:
The above file has never existed on my system, I do have the most current ALPS Driver and it (as well as the previous four versions) do not contain Apwheel.exe
however, until you click the [Ok] of that warning box, the Touchpad only runs on the Windows Generic (without 'scroll' or other ALPS features)
as soon as you click the above [OK] then the ALPS Driver immediately loads and Touchpad operation is normal.
The warning box below not only appears on inital start, but it continues to re-appear (on top) every ten minutes, forever and stops activity until you click the [OK] button.
Once again the above referenced file has never existed on this system and NSW functions normally.
These had never, ever been seen before install of BufferZone v2.10-37 and went away after removal of first install only to reappear with the second install of BufferZone 2.10-37.
Way beyond my understanding why BZ would be looking for those non-existant files and hope that someone can tell me how to end that.
Dell D800 centrino2GHz, 1.5GB RAM, WinXP, ZA, AntiVir, SpyBot, Ad-Aware & SpywareBlaster