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« on: February 09, 2004, 10:25:48 PM »

Operating System Version: Windows XP Pro
Problem Application Name & Version: Several
Problem Hardware Make & Model:
Error Messages:

OK, I have several problems Sad Few days ago I did a new install of XP. First problem encountered was that I have to press 2x on Shur Windows (or restart) before the system actually does it. On my Zone Alarm Pro I also see 2x the generic host process for Win32 services - for some reason I get the idea that the system is on double.

Next problem came when I wanted to bring my old mail (.dbx) files to OE6: in OE I checked the path, then tried to reach it through explorer but dob't get further than the identities {111...} point, it looks like the OE map does not exists (although OE says it does). So I mapped a new location for the folders, copied my old dbx files there and still cannot see them in OE. Is my PC running a shadow administration somewhere? I'm the only user so it's not a question of limited rights to see the folders.

And ... I did encounter the firedaemon.exe problem, have removed it now from my system, only when I check the services.msc, I still see the firedaemon, now disabled ... I just want to get rid of it too!

I'd be very thankful for any (other than format:)  tips!


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« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2004, 10:15:17 PM »

That message you get from Zone Alarm about "Generic Host process for Win32" is quite common. If you don't want it to crop up again,
check the little box anf then click Yes or No.

Your next problem, these .dbx files, are they stored on a floppy disk or another program. In Outlook Express you can Import files or messages from other programs. To do this click File, Import and then Messages Follow the instructions of the Wizard.

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