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  1. Hey andrewf, I just sent you an email at support. Gmail couldn't take an attachment that size, so I uploaded the logs to mediafire. The link is in my email to support. Hope that helps. Let me know if they are of any use. Thanks!
  2. sorry andrewf, one more question regarding these logs.... I see several different types of logs ranging from a few kb's up to 30 mb. Here are some of the names, which ones would support want? Do you want them all? FW1112130051.log (--note: there are about ten of them with names similar to this...) M(0)_WWW_OADump_20111214-1127(2516).log M(0)_WWW_OAhlp_20111214-1127(220).log M(0)_WWW_OAui_20111214-1127(3872).log SYSTEM(0)_NT AUTHORITY_OAcat_20111214-1106(984).log SYSTEM(0)_NT AUTHORITY_oasrv_20111214-0219(996).log
  3. andrewf -- what should I do with the logs once they are available? They seem to large to be posting here. Shall I email them to you? Let me know. Thanks.
  4. hey andrewf, here you go. It came out a bit on the tiny side -- let me know if you are having difficulty reading it, and I will re-do the capture. thanks for your interest in helping out. If you are having trouble reading the entries, they are: dopus.exe dopushlp.dll dopuslib.dll dopusrt.exe here, decided to make life simpler and just re-do it now....
  5. hey catprincess, thanks for your interest in helping me sort this out. Opus does start to work normally if I shut down OA. In fact, it starts to work normally if I just shut down HIPS in OA, and leave on the rest. I can't honestly say I fully understand all the entries on the OA History page, but I am seeing quite a few related to Opus. Unfortunately, I can't copy and paste the messages at the bottom of that section, I have to manually start typing them, so here's just a few examples... maybe they mean something to you, and help tip you off on what's going on. OADriver: CreateProcessEx, P
  6. Hey catprincess, thanks for your response. YES, I marked everything related to directory opus as being trusted. Checked that at the first sign of difficulty. I still think the problem seems to involve OA interpreting Directory Opus as some sort of malware. Not sure why that would be, but man, it is frustrating the heck out of me.
  7. I've been using a highly respected Windows Explorer replacement called Directory Opus for years. Some of that time has been along with OA, generally problem-free, until recently. When installing the latest version of Opus, and the most recent version of OA, I started getting all kinds of red background warnings from OA about virus concerns and malware, etc. There must have been at least ten popups during the Opus install. Just so you know, my copy of Opus is legit, downloaded from their website, with a valid license. The problem is that now Opus doesn't want to seem to run very well in spite
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