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Installed the program, then suddenly Avast sends me a error and crashes.

I figure 'just restart avast' so I did and it crashed again.

I never had this problem before until I Installed your program.

Very fishy indeed.

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Update: Just as I thought, extremely fishy.

I uninstalled this completely. I was recommended this by a few people. I can say that getting this is a big mistake.

Luckly, it didn't destroy my comp, just a check of inconsistency with my harddrive right after my computer crashed. This also has never happened before downloading this.

Also, before you ask. I downloaded it from the link on your site.

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File Info

Report date: 2011-08-23 19:18:51 (GMT 1)

File name: cdbxp-setup-4-3-8-2631-exe

File size: 5031888 bytes

MD5 Hash: b9a7e66a5c76aa56a4c556179432e9c4

SHA1 Hash: f07cf3d001c6175b87a4608dfe6c7c29f802a9a9

Detection rate: 0 on 9 (0%)

Status: CLEAN

Detections

Avast -

AVG -

Avira AntiVir -

ClamAV -

Comodo -

Emsisoft -

F-Prot -

Ikarus -

TrendMicro -

Scan report generated by

NoVirusThanks.org

http://vscan.novirusthanks.org/analysis ... zMS1leGU=/

There is no virus and no malicious code in any of our products, please provide evidence that those 9 antivirus products are incorrect or stop trolling.

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We are absolutely not disabling any AV application. If your AV crashes, I pretty much believe that your AV is buggy or otherwise out of order. An AV application should protect itself anyway, if we really could disable it that should be considered a bug.

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