Firewall gives error (screenshot attached)

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Hi

When i try to access firewall setting it gives me error.

That window can not display firewall settings.

Error screenshot attached. Please have a look.

Windows Firewall

Due to an unidentified problem, Windows cannot display Windows Firewall settings.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #101287

Firewall gives error (screenshot attached)

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Hi there , 

It seems you have corrupted files , it may be because of huge amount of malware attack on your PC , I think you don't have an antivirus or internet security and or you have an antivirus or internet security but it is outdated or not a good one  .

First download and install a good antivirus or internet security and then install it , make sure you update it regularly . 

I recommend using kaspersky antivirus or internet security (personally recommend it ) , Its really great one , it exactly kills the virus without a necessary restart or like that or simply it kills instantly , 

hope it helps ! 

Answered By 564915 points N/A #275542

Firewall gives error (screenshot attached)

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That is an obvious sign of a problem in the system. It can be due to corrupt files or it can also be a sign of virus infection. First thing you should do is to check your computer for virus infection. Update your antivirus then do a full system scan on your computer. You may also try using Sophos Virus Removal Tool.

It is not an antivirus program and it is also not designed to monitor your system. It is a virus removal tool that can be used to detect and remove viruses and any malware from your computer even if your machine is already infected. It runs alongside any antivirus program you may have so there should be no problem with your existing antivirus.

You don’t need to uninstall it when installing Sophos. If you didn’t find any virus, run the Windows File Checker tool to check your system for corrupt files. To try this, click “Start”, “Run” then type without quotes “cmd” the hit Enter. In the command prompt, type without quotes “sfc /scannow” then hit Enter. Insert your Windows setup CD when you are prompted to continue.

See if it works. If it doesn’t, try upgrading your operating system to the latest Service Pack. If you are using Microsoft Windows XP, download and upgrade to Windows XP Service Pack 3. This is the latest and very last Service Pack update for Windows XP. If you are using Microsoft Windows Vista, download and upgrade to Windows Vista Service Pack 2.

This is the latest and very last Service Pack update for Windows Vista. If you are using Microsoft Windows 7, download and upgrade to Windows 7 Service Pack 1. This is the latest and very last Service Pack update for Windows 7.

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