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  1. I recently helped 2 friends install printer software after either upgrading to Windows 7 or purchasing a new PC with Windows 7 instlled. Both had a HP combination Printer/Scanner/Copier that used the same installation program. The link to the software used is ftp://ftp.hp.com/pub/softlib/software11/COL30219/al-75052-1/AIO_CDB_NonNet_Full_Win_WW_130_141.exe. In both cases Immunet would not let the software complete the installation advising that it had quarantined a W32.Trojan.537A. I ran scans on the software package using other malware/antivirus products and was comfortable that this was merely a False Positive. I then uninstalled Immunet and the installation of the printer/scanner/copier software went perfectly and functioned perfectly to copy, scan, print. Since I am new to using Immunet, I am wondering if there is something that I should have done differently when I suspected a false positive and/or what is the best way to advise the community of a situation like this?
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