[Snort-users] Snort Win32

Mark Andrich MAndrich at ...2184...
Fri Jun 15 15:53:53 EDT 2001


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I'm using the Windows port of Snort on Windows 98 SE. Earlier this
week I downloaded some "critical updates" for my OS. Now any attempts
to run Snort or Windump either restart my computer or give me a blue
screen stating that I've caused a fatal exception in OE and something
about VXD packets. 

Does this sound familliar to anyone? Is it possible that one of the
updates is confilicting?

Thanks,

Mark Andrich

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