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ESET NOD32 False Positive for Kryptik.JX Causing Problems
The ESET antivirus program NOD32 triggered a false alarm on a couple of important Windows files and quarantined them. The fix is pretty easy, simply restore them quarantine. Instructions below. No Longer Supported

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