Re: Can someone help me with windows defender.
I am having the exact same problem, I don't have Norton (I use AVG which is
also failing to start). Could I have a virus that is doing this? I am unable
to start any virus scanner, ad-scanner or any of the windows security
programs: defender, firewall etc....Am I stuffed?
Thanks in advance for your relpies.
> "karl" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
> > i have a problem now.
> > when i try to open symantec enpoint i am getting an error as well.
> > It appears that firewall service is not running. You will not be able
> > tomanage the firwall through the main user interface until it is running.
> > Do you want to start the firewall service now?
> > If i push ok then
> > Failed to start the firewall service. Error code returned: 0x80070422
> > "JerryM" wrote:
> >> Both Norton and Semantic will disable Windows Defender.
> >> Because they have their own version of Virus protection.
> >> "karl" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> >> news:6718F0F2-5F65-45E1-B220-EB7516774E1D@microsoft.com...
> >> > I just downloaded a bunch of application and did a lot of work on my
> >> > computer.
> >> > I do however, have samantic endpoint virus protection and did a couple
> >> > of
> >> > scans with no problems.
> >> > When i try to open windows defender i am getting an error that says.
> >> > Application failed to initialize: 0 x 800106ba. A problem caused this
> >> > program's service to stop. To start the service restart your computer
> >> > or
> >> > search Help and Support for how to start a service manually.
> >> >
> >> > I restarted and tried to open it but got the same error. I searched
> >> > help
> >> > and support and also found nothing.
> >> >
> In all due respect, if you uninstall your Norton/Symantec software and
> go with another security product I think you will be much better off and you
> will prevent a lot of problems. Be advised that even after using Norton's
> uninstall tool you will still have some Norton remnants left on your system,
> which require a manual removal from the registry. You can choose to leave
> them or remove them.
> There are many security products available and some of them are free. I
> would go with an antivirus program as opposed to a "security suite", and if
> you're not satisfied with the native Windows Firewall you can try Comodo
> Firewall, which is also free.
> Windows Defender IS NOT an antivirus program.
> It is the responsibility and duty of everyone to help the underprivileged
> and unfortunate among us.