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  1. Yes, the file sizes are: cdbxp_setup_4.5.6.5844_x64.exe = 5,52 MB (5.796.576 Bytes) = With OpenCandy cdbxp_setup_4.5.6.5844_x64_minimal.exe = 5,27 MB (5.533.480 Bytes) = Without OpenCandy = Virusscanner says infected I tried different filenames for both the 32-Bit and 64-Bit version. What might be interesting: Version 4.5.5.5790 is clean - both 32-Bit and 64-bit: cdbxp_setup_4.5.5.5790_x64_minimal.exe = Without OpenCandy = Virusscanner says clean Tried it today on 3 different computers. I don't want to criticize your work in any way. You are doing a great job. I just wanted
  2. This is correct for the versions, which include OpenCandy. You are absolutely right - if people can't read then it's not your fault. However concerning Norton and GData, the latest 64-Bit Installer without OpenCandy is infected, too. I've posted details here: https://forum.cdburnerxp.se/topic/9762-total-virus-found-4-viruses/#entry38026 32-Bit Installer without OpenCandy is working fine. I understand that the OpenCandy versions lead to the mentioned error messages with some virus scanners. However, I thought the versions without OpenCandy should work fine. The 64-Bit version
  3. The latest version 4.5.6.5844 indeed has the above mentioned problem. The following 64-Bit minimal Installer (which should be without OpenCandy) is infected. http://download.cdburnerxp.se/minimal/7e68f6c49e6004573406dd8664afb0b1/55f02d24/cdbxp_setup_4.5.6.5844_x64_minimal.exe The 32-Bit (x64 compatible) Installer is NOT (!!) infected and working fine. I guess this is just an internal error - perhaps the wrong file has been used or linked. I tested this with several antivirus programs including G Data, Norton, ... 32-Bit Installer is OK - 64-Bit Installer is infected. I also deac
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