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I did as clean install as I could, uninstalled old version, and deleted from HDD every "mozilla" and "firefox" directory I could find.
The error I get is EFCreate Error ('Cannot create xxx file blablabla'). Of course it speaks about how to install the product and related stuff. All our customers will fail to use Delphi software if they are using KIS 2011 as antivirus.
Note that UAC (User Account Control) does not usually affect this problem, so don’t go out and automatically disable UAC.
If you disable UAC, you can’t do things like share printers, etc, so it’s best to live with it.
For the moment I recommend to my users to disable their antivirus but I need a real solution.
It will be nice if a person with KIS 2011 can confirm the problem.
Sometimes files become corrupt during the patching process, usually due to anti-virus and/or connection issues.
Forcing a re-installation should help resolving this issue.
An additional root certificate may need to be imported.
(Error code: sec_error_unknown_issuer)" Sites that I can normaly access with this FF are: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/ https://translate.google.com/ https://mail.google.com/ All other browsers can access all sites without problems. I did as clean install as I could, uninstalled old version, and deleted from HDD every "mozilla" and "firefox" directory I could find.
For example, there are numerous times when I am trying to perform a simple task in Vista like install a program and I end up with the following message: Why do I need permission when I already agreed to it when the other annoying UAC dialog popped up and asked me about it!
Strange thing is that even if you are an Administrator, there are certain tasks or actions that Windows locks down.
The code totally worked with Kaspersky 2010 and also works with Kaspersky 2011 if I disable its scanners (it cannot be totally unloaded from memory - unless it is uninstalled).