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Well, it depends on what kind of AntiVirus software you do have installed on your machine.
Some like Kaspersky or BitDefender are tagging many files as being "viruses" EVEN they are not harmfully!
Just go in the VAULT of your AntiVirus software and see the file; if it souns "familiar" (like a driver or an executable file) and you trust it just choose IGNORE and you will "bypass" the "virus alert".
But if looks "odd" and "unfamiliar" just run a SYSTEM CHECK with your AntiVirus. You will never know.
Always remember where you have been taking your files from! If are UNTRUSTED web sites it's a rule of thumb to scan such files!
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