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#1 rebenta

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Posted 15 March 2011 - 10:41 AM

After a scan with avg internet security 2011 i was informed that i have a windows file corrupted :c.\windows\syswow64\mfc45.dll ,does someone knows what this means ?.I made ascan to the same fife with malwwere bites and didn`t find nothing can someone help me please thank you !
sorry bad english myn operating system is windows seven home premium

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Posted 15 March 2011 - 01:38 PM

The detection may be a false positive. Submit the file to AVG for further analysis.
If the file has been placed in the Virus Vault, then follow these directions:-- Even though the instructions say if you suspect the file is clean but you still have doubts, submit anyway using this method.

If it is a confirmed false detection, you can restore the file from quarantine or ignore the detection until the database is corrected and no longer will detect it.
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