I try to play one of my games, Cabal Online, and when it does the patch, I get this notice. (see attatched photo). It's driving me crazy and why, after 3 weeks of playing, am I just now getting it? I get it twice saying that the .dll has been removed. First time is the game's program files, and then the second time in the temporary files.
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You can temporarily disable your antivirus - that will allow you to access and zip the file without locking up the system. Once you've submitted the file via email, the antivirus protection can be re-enabled again. Btw, what version of the McAfee products are you running? We will also require scan engine and DAT version information. (to find out that Open Security Center> Click on Navigation> About)
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Analysis ID: 6332307
I had to send it from my gmail account because Hotmail nor Yahoo would allow me to attach it.
See attached image for window you're wanting. I don't want to have to type it all in again. Three times the web page messed up and said "cannot post empty message"
Also, should I go and hit the Cabal forums up and tell them the issue?
Edit: Would have been helpful to know that you can't add your own scripting here. As in the (code)(/code), only using brackets instead of parenthesis. So, it was my fault that it messed up 3 times.Message was edited by: zenbachry on 11/11/10 4:04:12 AM CST
It actually appears that McAfee has a problem with the game...
Edit: However, the game did run without a problem until game maitenence. So this is actually a new problem for me...but I'm going to see if they are going to do something on ESTsoft's side. Reason I say this is because McAfee users aren't the only ones that have this problem. AVG, Kasperky (or however it's spelled), Trend Micro, and others have same issues. I could REALLY use that "ignore list" nowMessage was edited by: zenbachry on 11/11/10 6:18:36 AM CST