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.drv unknown file

Does anyone know if the dlinfo_0.drv file is good or bad? It may have something to do with my CD drive not recognizing anything put in.

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    Bill Speer Feb 11, 2009

    Perfect! Thanks for your help.

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Do you have Diable or some other blizzard game installed. It appears to be related to that.

Always a good idea to scan anyway, do a thorough virus scan, and malwars scan with your favorite scanner (malwarebytes antimalware, superantispyware, Spybot S&D)

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