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Forum Thread: problem located in "d" driver

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Adobe Systems
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Macromedia Flash Player 6.x

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northmnlori problem located in "d" driver
Member 29th May, 2009 05:09
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This is what I am getting as insecure.
d:\i386\Apps\App17981\comps\aol\flasha.ocx

I have done everything I can think of to find this. The open folder option on the advanced mode tells me the program does not exist. I have uninstalled the flash player and reinstalled over and over using the RevoUnistaller and rescan and am still being told the program is insecure. I have used the PSI recommended link and still no fix. Help. Thanks.

wr RE: problem located in "d" driver
Contributor 29th May, 2009 07:26
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If the program is on the d drive this is probably a backup or installation partition. Using the Advance mode create a ignore rule-it's not presenting a danger there-Secunia PSI will still scan, but will not nag, the results are filtered after the scan.

Regards, wr

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northmnlori RE: problem located in "d" driver
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Thank you for your help. I was thinking that I was going to just have to set it to ignore, but wanted to make sure it was ok. Thanks again.
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wr RE: problem located in "d" driver
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You're welcome & glad to know all is well-hope you have a nice weekend.


Regards, wr

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