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True vector continually has problems and has to shut down

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True Vector is a component of Zone Alarm.

I reccomend in this case to update to the most absolute version of ZoneAlarm to avoid any problems.

Recently there have been a flurry of problems caused by Windows Updates release which may have the potential to break the program or make it close to inoperable.

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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Every few minutes my system just shuts off.... i put a powersupply in it and still does it.... what do you think it is


Hi There,

Usually, continual shut downs mean heat and too much of it. If you're sure that the fan and fan venting passages are absolutely clear of dust, then there may be a problem with the heat sensor or your CPU or GPU might not be properly seated. Or, somewhere in the power supply route there is just enough of a short or damage to heat up and break the current.

I'm sorry but that's about as far as I can think to troubleshoot from a distance. I hope it helps.

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My computer does not boot up and hangs


Hi, Due to false shut down, your windows has been corrupted. You need to install the new OS and format the PC. The new OS will fix the problem. And do remember always that never do a false shutdown.
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I work with hand drawn illustrations that I scan as bitmaps and would like to change theminto vector based illustrations to colour them in using either illustrator or photoshop. Open paths are a problem...


You can either close the vectors, completing the autotrace (I assume you are autotracing) or you can draw shapes into the spaces and color the shapes. This is akin to color overlays, then send the overlays behind the line art.

It depends on the complexity of the artwork. You may need to touch up your illustrations so your shapes are complete in the drawing, that would probably be the most time-effective way to solve this problem. Fixing the vectors or tracing in the color overlays (underlays if you will) can be time consuming.

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I am constantly losing my Internet connection. Currently using a Belkin ADSL wireless router ( the problem occurs even if I use a cable. After a reboot the internet will be restored but does not last....


That is part of your firewall software. I suspect that you are running Zone Alarm as your personal firewall and part of it is failing. Many firewall providers want you to "fail safe" so when their product fails they block your internet connection. I suggest that you uninstall it and use the windows firewall. Unfortunately this may NOT open your internet connection. All you can do at that point is look on the Zona alarm website to see if they can tell you how to completely remove it or just reinstall the product in the home that it will fix the issue.

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Printer will not print.


Printer does not printIf the printer is sitting idle and there is no output, check the following:

  1. Make sure that the printer has power.
  2. Check that the printer is not out of paper, ink, or toner and that it is not in an error state.
  3. Verify that the printer hardware is working before continuing. Run a self-test (refer to the printer manual for instructions).
  4. Check the printer cable and make sure that it is attached properly to the port and the printer. Refer to your printer documentation.
  5. If the printer is a serial printer, make sure that the baud rate at which the computer sends data to the printer matches the printer's baud rate. For instructions on how to reset the baud rate, see ``Printer output is illegible''.
  6. Make sure that the printer is enabled and accepting jobs. See ``Enabling and disabling printers'' and ``Accepting or rejecting print jobs''.
  7. Verify that the system has the port configured properly. See ``Port does not respond'' for more information.
  8. Make sure that the port is configured for the proper interrupt vector and that no other hardware is using that interrupt vector. See ``Interrupt vectors'' for more information. See your hardware documentation for information on configuring your ports.
  9. Test the printer port connection by redirecting the output of a command directly to the device.

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Shut down


Check to make sure you're not going into Stand-By mode. Click on the Start Menu....Shut Down and make sure you're not clicking on Standby.

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Problem with our Apple Macs shutting down


A quoted suggestion from my Mac Guru: "They need to turn off the Energy saver preferences for processor cycling and hard drive spin down. They would actually be better off turning them down anyway since the G5 duals run really hot and aren't the most reliable model Apple ever shipped for motherboards failing."

As for the iMac 99, It would be more helpful to know what OS the unit is running. I remember hearing a story about a disgruntled employee putting the 'shut down app' in the start up items folder. This caused the Mac to start as normal and then shut down after the startup was complete. Try starting up the machine with the extensions off. 'Hold down the shift key at startup'

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