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#1 Posted on 20.10.04 0200.44
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According to my Norton Antivirus, I have a virus on this file in my Windows\\System32 file.

My question is if this file is actually a real file and something that I can't just delete and be done with.
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#2 Posted on 21.10.04 0052.12
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You'd better ask Norton
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#3 Posted on 21.10.04 0052.45
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I don't see any trace of this file online. Normally, if it's a relatively well-known file, if you search for it in google, you'll get something like this. With comolc.dll I'm not getting anything. At the worst, you could delete it and then if a program needed it, you can reinstall that program. But let's see if anyone else has any suggestions.

Just had a thought: Maybe you could do a search for it in regedit. I think a lot of programs list make mention of dlls they use somewhere in the registry.

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#4 Posted on 21.10.04 0141.28
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When I find weird files like that, I'll just rename it in case I need it later.

comolc.dll becomes comolc_dll.bak

Then, if something blows up, I can rename it if it's really needed.
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