JustinM

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  1. Yeah, I wasn't about to go deleting anything. I'll do that later this evening. Thanks.
  2. On my wife's laptop, there are repeated requests in Online Armor for the following path to be allowed to run... C:\Users\[name]\AppData\Local\NVIDIA\NvBackend\ApplicationOntology\OAWrapper.exe Parent program: C:\Program Files (x86)\NVIDIA Corporation\Update Core\NvBackend.exe This then spawns another request... C:\Users\[name]\AppData\Local\NVIDIA\NvBackend\ApplicationOntology\NvOAWrapperCache.exe Parent program: C:\Users\[name]\AppData\Local\NVIDIA\NvBackend\ApplicationOntology\OAWrapper.exe She can choose "Trust this program" and "Remember my decision" on both, but Online Armor asks again the next time she reboots or powers on...or the next time she looks at it funny. She has taken to foul language, and I think it's time I find a way to make it stop, one way or another. EDIT: I meant to add that I already put in exclusions related to those locations and they STILL pop up.
  3. I threw it in there, but it just made a second entry. That file, by the way, is the E-MU ASIO Driver, v. 1.02.00.0023 (6.00.01.0001-1.02.0730). It's a beta driver because that's the only driver available for Windows 7 believe it or not.
  4. SHA-1 before I do anything: 0EF6D80C97CB7DB98C5760F42701535F89BA6A49 SHA-1 after turning 0404 off and waiting for OA to complain: 0EF6D80C97CB7DB98C5760F42701535F89BA6A49 SHA-1 after turning 0404 back on (and waiting for OA to complain): 0EF6D80C97CB7DB98C5760F42701535F89BA6A49 So...no. Besides that, the modify date is from October of 2010, so that also implies that it's not changing every time I touch the power switch. I can't just throw in an exclusion on a single file, so how can I get it to ignore this?
  5. Sorry, for some reason the forum isn't notifying me of new replies. I'll get on this.
  6. I'm using Online Armor Free 6.0.0.1736 on Windows 7 x64 with Microsoft Security Essentials as my AV/AM software. When I switch the power on or off on my E-MU 0404 USB, Online Armor pops up with: I've instructed OA to remember my decision, but it never does. Is there a way I can get it to remember this decision effectively, and if not, is there a way I can write an exclusion for a device ID? Obviously, I don't want to ignore regsvr32.exe in all cases--if I did, I may as well not have OA at all.