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The installer quit. I tried again and noticed the installer was trying to register direct-x components when the popup occurred so I downloaded the direct-x runtime installer and ran it. The program installed after that no problem.
When I tried to run WinDVD.exe, however, Comodo Defense popped up a message:
rundll32.exe tried to execute shellcode as a result of a possible buffer overflow attack
This is typical of a buffer overflow attack. COMODO Defense+ has already isolated rundll32.exe from the rest of the system and will keep it isolated unless you skip this alert. However, it is still strongly recommended to terminate this application and contact its vendor for a fix.
Comodo gave the choice of terminating the program or skipping the protection. I hit the 'skip' button but the program just quit. This happened several times. Then I disabled Comodo altogether, but even though there was no popup, the program just terminated each time. I've never had a program behave this way.
I rebooted the PC with the same results upon bootup. I tried reinstalling the program but I was only allowed to uninstall it or abort the installer. What is going on and how do I get this to run?