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Hijackthis labels cli.exe (associated with ATI catalyst control panel) as nasty / WHY?

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Lobo042399 earned 250 total points
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Hi euri_euri,

If you're absolutely positive that the file is clean, you can help make HJT better by reporting the bug to its creator. Hit the Info button and you'll see his email address displayed in the text window, right under the version number.

Good Vibes!

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Comment:  HiJack This is a nice program for inexperienced users to give information to techs and professionals, but it is sure screwing up search results with everyone posting their log files in public forums....
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by:isepiq
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YES!!!  Something definitely needs to be done about this.  HiJack this logs being posted is a real pain when doing searches.  People need to 'Attach' or otherwise 'Send' these logs so they do not mess with searches, ugh!!!!

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