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jvaneck@pobox.com
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PostPosted: 07.08.2015, 04:17    Post subject: empty"index.dat on reboot  Reply with quote Reply to topic

Hello,

I wrote about this issue previously.
You mentioned that I should fire up the prog with admin rights by right clicking.
I did this and it worked.
That is until now.
It now opens up in admin not allowing the empty index.dat to be active when scanning.
Any ideas?
Cheers
Jo van Eck
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PostPosted: 13.08.2015, 01:22    Post subject: Re: empty"index.dat on reboot  Reply with quote Reply to topic

jvaneck@pobox.com wrote:
Hello,

I wrote about this issue previously.
You mentioned that I should fire up the prog with admin rights by right clicking.
I did this and it worked.
That is until now.
It now opens up in admin not allowing the empty index.dat to be active when scanning.
Any ideas?
Cheers
Jo van Eck


I discovered that the program worked again after I reinstalled the clearprog.exe

Is it possible that the program could have been altered externally?
I say this as I have also discovered that I have a key stroke logger installed from an external source.

Could you recommend how to get rid of this.

I am happy to make a donation to your fine work if you are able to assist.

Cheers

Jo van Eck
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