Re: zonealarm problem new!!
From: charlie R (welpctSKIPME_at_psci.net)
Date: Fri, 9 Sep 2005 15:43:31 -0500
"DNA" <original_dnaNOSPAM@XYZyahoo.com> wrote in message
> "charlie R" <welpctSKIPME@psci.net> wrote in message
> > > > Your idea of shutting down zap pro & then letting it restart
> > re-boot
> > > worked, thanks alot!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
> > >
> > >
> > Glad it worked! Some other running program must be conflicting
> > it at shutdown. Does ZAP have several .temp files in the Internet
> > Logs folder on your C Drive? Those are created every time ZAP has
> > glitch. You can delete them, also the .txt logs unless you want
> > keep them. I also delete the tvdebug.log when it gets too large.
> > creates that file to send to ZoneLabs if tech support requests it
> > trying to solve a problem. I don't figure that's likely to
> > fix it myself. The rest of the files are necessary. Do the
> > after you shut down ZAP. I've found that ZAP has less problems if
> > keep that folder light as possible. Thanks for posting back.
> > charlie R
> I have a file called "ZLT02015.TMP" in my "C:\WINNT\Temp", whenever
I try to
> delete it, I get a message that it is in use.
Those ZL files are put there by ZAP. If they're not deleted on
reboot, you can delete them after shutting down ZAP. Windows won't
let you delete a file while the App is running.