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If Your Anti-Malware Application Objects to a DXLab Application
Because DXLab applications are released frequently, upload and download files via the internet, and communicate with each other, some anti-malware applications will report false positives. If you're concerned, use an online malware scanner to determine if there's really a problem:
Recovering From an Erroneously Quarantined or Deleted Executable File
If your anti-malware application erroneously quarantined or deleted your DXLab application's executable file (a file with an extension of .exe, like DXKeeper.exe or WinWarbler.exe),
Do not direct Windows to uninstall and then re-install the damaged DXLab application!
Do not delete the damaged DXLab application's folder!
If your anti-malware application erroneously quarantined your DXLab application's executable file, direct it to restore that application. If you don't know now to do that, contact the supplier of your anti-malware application.
If your anti-malware application erroneously deleted your DXLab application's executable file, you can re-create it; using DXView as an example,
- configure your anti-malware application to consider the DXLab application to be "safe"; otherwise, your anti-malware application may delete the re-created file
use Windows Explorer to navigate to your DXLab application's folder: C:\DXLab\DXView
make a copy of the the most recent executable version: DXView464.exe
rename the copy DXView.exe