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trinitylord9000

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  1. If you don't mind, I do find it a little peculiar that you'd create a new profile just to respond to me.
  2. I've been doing my own research over the last few days, and I've even scanned the individual files from this patch in virustotal. The ini's and dll's get flagged as malware as well, but the dllinjector especially has a lot of red flags by the site. I know everyone here says they are false positives, even the author, but that's a lot of false positives. 41 out of 69 false positives on virus total to be exact. When I checked the report for the DLLinjector.exe of this patch, the fishiest thing I saw was when I looked under behavior in Virustotal, it read that the executable "deleted certain regis
  3. Ok, and you haven't notice the file itself messing with any registry keys in your computer? And have you tried uninstalling it? Thanks. I don't know if it's compatible on it, but I'm gonna backup my Windows XP laptop and give it a try on there. Since that's my only windows laptop, and I love that old thing. Maybe it'll be okay, and maybe I'll see if anything gets changed.
  4. Hello, Steam006, Is the DLL injector safe? Will it affect my windows system 32 library or mess with any sensitive system files? I have little knowledge of DLL injectors, but do know that they're usually used to distribute malware or trojans. I am very skeptical of DLL injectors in general, but am willing to use this if you can give me some indication that it is safe and won't harm my system. Or that I can uninstall it safely if things don't work out. Just give me your word it won't harm my computer. Anyone else who can tell me would also be welcome, too. Thank you in advance, I appr
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