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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:

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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,

  1. configure your anti-malware application to consider the DXLab application to be "safe"; otherwise, your anti-malware application may delete the re-created file
  2. use Windows Explorer to navigate to your DXLab application's folder: C:\DXLab\DXView

  3. make a copy of the the most recent executable version: DXView464.exe

  4. rename the copy DXView.exe


Post a question or suggestion on the DXLab Discussion Group

Installing DXLab Applications

Getting Started with DXLab

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