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Game guard dump_wmimmc.sys

The error report came up with this after my PC rebooted. My PC reboots when I load MU online. I just Installed a new XP- Proffessional Edition SP2 My previous OS was XP Home the game was working fine until I upgraded to pro. Pls Help Me!!! What are the possible solutions to my problem.

Processor - Intel Pentium D 3.0
Mother Board - Asus P5VD2-VM
Video Card - Nvidia Geforce 7100 GS 256 mb
OS - Windows XP Pro SP 2

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Cloaked Malware. The Process is packed and/or encrypted using a software packing process. DUMP_WMIMMC.SYS has been the subject of the following behavior:
Created as a new Background Service on the machine
Loaded and Executed as a System Driver File
Deleted as a process from disk
Created as a process on disk

This file I believe it is from GameGuard, Nprotect.

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I have the same problem, Is there anyone out there have a sulotion for this?

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