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    Default TrueVector popup

    While online, using FireFox with Windows XP, I regularly get a TrueVector popup stating "TrueVector has detected a problem and needs to close...", and if I click on "Debug", it only delays being knocked offline for a few minutes. Any idea how I can overcome this repeated, annoying, frustrating problem? :roll:

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    Disable your Zone Alarm firewall, if that solves your problem you will need to do 1 of 3 things.
    (1) Make sure you have the latest version of Zone Alarm installed.
    (2) Uninstall & reinstall Zone Alarm.
    (3) Visit the Zone Lab forums http://forums.zonelabs.com/zonelabs
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    Thanks so much! I had no idea which program was causing this, so now I have a direction to go! Outstanding!!!!

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    Your welcome, please keep us posted on your progress resolving this issue.
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