Will WSA Logs Utility run in Safe mode?
I was thinking about trying WSA on my Laptop again. The last time my Laptop would not boot anymore. It would freeze right after Windows login. Since my Laptop may not boot anymore I was wondering if WSA Logs utility will run in safe mode. Safe mode disables Windows installer so I was thinking it probably wouldn't, but maybe some portable application would run. So, will WSA Utility run in Safe Mode?
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I suspected that their was a compatibility problem with NOD 32, and WSA on my particular setup as a few other members here also suspected. I'm thinking it must be something to do with the firmware that support my hardware contributing to the incompability. I decided to uninstall NOD 32, and run WSA without NOD 32 to see if that resolved the issue. I have been running WSA without NOD 32 now for 2 days, and I have not had a single problem. Nothing at all so far. My Laptop is running fast, no freezes, it responds very fast when opening applications, no failed boots, and boot time seems to be faster than before when I was running NOD 32 without WSA. I think its pretty safe to say that there is a conflict between NOD 32, and WSA. I suspect that it has something to do with the firmware that supports my hardware. I updated my drivers not too long ago. This is a Sony Vio Laptop Model VPCEB46FX. I have informed support that i'm not having anymore problems since uninstalling NOD 32. Support is trying to pinpoint the problem now.
I don't believe this incompatibilty will affect a large number of users since a very small percent of users would try running these two antivirus together on a Laptop. It may also only affect particular models of Sony Laptops or maybe even just this model. This is what I believe to be true anyways. Support also has not been able to pinpoint the interaction causing the incompatibiity yet. I'm willing to continue trouble shooting this issue if asked to do so. Is it worth it to resolve this if I'm happy with my current setup? I'm not sure this would benefit very many users. I've been using Prevx since alpha pre vesion 1, and this will not affect me using WSA on my other machines. What do you long timers with Prevx, and Webroot think? Is the benefit worth spending more time on this? I'm happy with my current setup, and I don't believe this will benefit very many users.