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Dr. Vani Zirele
Man, the false positives of Razor1911 is indeed a huge pain in the buttocks.
Even if you have no antivirus on your system, Windows 10's real-time protection will detect it while downloading and delete parts of the rar file.
At least's what happened to me twice.
You need to disable it while downloading and check back so it doesn't get auto-reenabled.
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What the dog doin?
12GB? the textures must go up to 8k lmao
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dolfy
Partaking in this game will taketh thou back in the ye olden days
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dolfy
how is it possible to get negative likes here, thought that was gone with disqus
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I have my ways 😂
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Absorto
Not working on steam deck
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Player8964576
Bullshit. Working perfectly fine on steam deck. Maybe you should buy it if you want to play it on the deck and try it out on pc before?
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Absorto
Take it easy dude..THIS release not working on deck. Ok???
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royalz
windows says its a trojan, cannot open it
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roosevelt2362
This is a release of RAZOR1911, most AV will warn false positives with their installer, because they used inno setup. You can see more information here:
https://stackoverflow.com/questions/68834409/program-installed-with-inno-setup-seen-as-trojan-wacatac-bml

If it's virus, come back here and hit me, hehe.
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Hisuphola
you probably did not install it but the troj, make sure you are clicking the download and it going through fully.
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royalz
i cannot install it, it says the setup.exe is a trojan. And i downloaded it right, then unzip them and go trought the iso and click setup, then windows alert and cant open the .exe. I redownload it with megaup just to verify and Trojan:Win32/Wacatac.H!ml detected again
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Kain Yusanagi
If it's the setup.exe in the rzr.pentiment ISO? That's the right one. It's flagging it as a false positive. You need to go into windows security and allow it. "wacatac.H!ml" is a common generic I see in false positives. You can double-check it against Virustotal if you want to be sure. If you see a lot of different claims that don't match each other, it's almost definitely a false positive.

This usually happens because of how code is written with these homebrewed programs, and because they aren't digitally signed in ways that the AV programs approve of.
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Chuck The Cryptid Hunter
That's probably from an ads man, the real file should be a .rar and the size is about 5GB each.