I wasn't sure whether to post this inquiry here or on the "Applications" or
"Miscellaneous" Board, but I am running an XP Home Ed OS with almost
all of the updates and patches to date, except mayby for the last two
recommended ones. I installed and ran without any problems an old
"Free" Version ZoneAlarm v2.6.362 for at least the last year and and half.
I recently purchased an upgrade of System Suite 5.0 from VCOM which
includes an Firewall from Sygate and in contemplation os utilizing that
firewall I uninstalled the Zone Agrm 2.6.362 from the computer. After
using the Sygate Firewall that came with the Systems Suite 5.0 for
a while , I decided to go back to the old Zone Alarm and after uninstalling
the entire Systems Suite 5.0, including the Sygate Fireall , I started
to re-install Zone Alarm 2.6.362 and shortly after starting the installation
the following Error Message Window came up:
vsmon.exe - Entry Point Not Found
Red The procedure entry point SetRegisterDateToNULL could not be
X located in the dnnamic link library VSUTIL.dll
( OK )
I Did a search of "Google" and came up with the following:
vsmon - vsmon.exe - Process Information
Process File: vsmon or vsmon.exe
Process Name: True Vector Internet Monitor
Description: The True Vector Internet Monitor is a component of the ZoneAlarm Personal FireWall which monitors internet traffic and generates alerts
Common Errors: N/A
System Process: No
Processes in Windows NT/2000/XP / VSMON.EXE
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Processdetails reger24 ¨ processes ¨ VSMON.EXE
fullname True Vector Internet Monitor
manufacturer and other relevant information http://www.zonelabs.com
The Zone Alarm Program continuted to try to install and this message
kept coming up on the screen and of course it did not work properly and
I uninstalled it and with restoration got pack to the point just before
the attempted re-installation and I have not tried to re-install it again.
Since it is a "free" version, I cannot believe that it is a registry key
that was orginally placed that would prevent re-installation of an old
Can anyone help me as to what I need to do or in order to
solve this dilemma and if so, can they do it in fairly simple terms