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When my window7 pro start up , it alway ask (Do you want the following program from an unknown publisher to make chanfe ti this computer) fwupdate.exe. How to solve it
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You can either turn user access control off or click the "change when these notifications appear" onthe pop up windows to adjust those settings. Hope this helps!
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