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"Reset5.dll" a trojan?

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Nod32 AV indicates file "reset5.dll" which resides in windows\system32\ as a possible trojan but is unable to clean, delete, quarantine or rename file - access denied.
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Hi Ben55,

It's a valid Windows file. Used in conjuction with Windows activation.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/312295

Cheers.
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Just to make sure the file is authentic , try uploading to www.virustotal.com
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Txhks for quick response - got peace of mind.
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