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targetbsp

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  1. If you're excluding Steam, you can probably take the view that after the developer, publisher and valve have scanned it - it's probably alright.
  2. Nice one! That worked! Why didn't I think of that? lol. Thanks very much.
  3. I've tried pause protection, disable protection, shut down protection and it doesn't help. I can't disable anymore of the program as far as I can see! I can't stop it's service but I guess that's by design. I have to actually uninstall Emsisoft to be able to load this game otherwise it crashes after the logo. It silently closes writing an exception to event viewer. This isn't a new issue, it's done this since the release of the games demo last year but I just got the full version of the game so I was more motivated to figure out how to make it work!! Game demo here if you want to give it a go: https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/store/p/forza-horizon-3-demo/9nblggh52th6 (Windows 10 only I think) Let me know if there's any further info I can provide. I have the event view log entry for instance but I suspect this would be more useful to Microsoft than yourselves and their answer is just to shut down the AV.
  4. As per the title, is it possible to disable the simulate mouse and keyboard warning globally rather than on a per program basis? I'm currently trialling this and unlike most of the more well known products, yours isn't actually breaking my system or doing things that annoy me worse than any virus I've ever had! I'm quite a serious gamer though and this message comes up quite frequently as it sees certain games for the first time. Not a deal breaker since I can tell it to allows allow the game in the future but a little annoyance I'd like rid of if I can help it and I can;t see a setting to do so. Thanks!
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