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Hi,

Possible to add Driver Cleaner to the "Nsane Software Database?"

I have one version which I had to delete because it was infected with tons of spyware.

If it was added to Nsane, I'd be able to trust the downloads would be clean. :P

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TuneUp doest the same thing, and has more features imo

besides, we still don't know the direct dl link :dance2:

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TuneUp doest the same thing, and has more features imo

besides, we still don't know the direct dl link :P

any news? googling my ass of and starting to be kinda frustrated ;) need to clean my drivers before installing the new Nvidia drivers :P

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You can just install the new Nvidia drivers over the old ;) I don't think there are any fixes available for this program...

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TuneUp doest the same thing, and has more features imo

besides, we still don't know the direct dl link :P

any news? googling my ass of and starting to be kinda frustrated ;) need to clean my drivers before installing the new Nvidia drivers :P

ok, ok...I'll pm you the install/fix

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18 say: Nothing

17 say: Different kinds of malware

I say: False positive ;)

Besides, Marik sent it to you, do you really want to question his authority? :P

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now why would I give you an infected release?

what the scanners are picking up are the scripts and packers used to make the keygen, it's completely harmless, it's not even a virus, it just has almost the same signature.

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