Bearly1227

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  1. Yes, I saved the downloaded file to a windows folder oln the hdd, Then extracted the contents to the hdd default C:\eek, Then copied this folder to a new flashdrive.
  2. Why does EEK V9 seem to require a 16GB flash drive?? In todays download of EEK V9, it seem to require a 16GB flash drive for Emsisoft Emergency Kit. The EEK folder (directory) is only 154 MB, so why such a large flash drive? We have EEK V9 (todays download), Windows 8.1 with upgrade, 64 bit No other security files. Thanks, Robert