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  1. I had downloaded this program, as a result of other failed products. At the time I ran a complete system scan and had noticed that it had finished pretty quickly, also it had found a few cookies nothing to major. But I'm fixing my PC, so I ran it again. Presently, this scan has yet to finish over the past eight and a half hours it has been running. Additionally, it has been going through the "C:\WINDOWS\SYSWOW64\CONFIG-Ect~" for the past hour and a half. So in the hope that I could find some answers I came to the forums, I had UTFSE to no avail in finding any. Yes, I am using the latest version. I've searched through some of the blogs and have read the FAQ, and no I haven't had any other windows open "nor was I using the pc" until a little bit ago to figure out why this is taking 8+ hours when the first scan had only taken 15 minutes tops. Assuming that this gets read I would be greatly appreciative for any advice or a finger in the right direction.
  2. I mentioned this a couple of years ago in a tech support ticket. When you get a bug and need to go into safe mode, or maybe safe mode is ALL that you can get into (this is quite common), you will find SAS has not been updated, and the information on the page is difficult to view due to reduced-resolution of safe mode. Since this happens so commonly when a computer gets infected, it would seem worth a few hours of testing for a solution for this. Isn't there an environment variable that can tell the software the computer is running in safe mode?
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