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ANAESHUTCH DIVX FALSE POSITIVE
Member 9th May, 2010 02:15
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Found offending program in a jv power tools backup rescan showed me location in advanced mode

thedillpickl RE: DIVX FALSE POSITIVE
Contributor 9th May, 2010 05:13
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Hi ANAESHUTCH;

If you are comfortable doing computer maintenance, PSI works best in Advanced Mode.

To prevent PSI from detecting old 'Insecure' files on back up drives & such you can create an Ignore Rule. In PSI, click on the "Settings" tab, at the bottom, click on "Create Ignore Rule".

This will prevent false positives caused by back ups & archives.


regards;

Fred

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