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  1. itman, Great follow-up and update on this forum. I was about to execute the PUA instructions mentioned above. A BONUS too. My laptop model is listed in the List of Lenovo computers with LSE installed. Bute, what happens next? Will my system act up? For now, I'll let this forum open to see additional information added.
  2. In that case, I will have to try the 'Exclude from Detection' option on one, multiple, or all PUAs and observe how ESET Internet Security behaves thereafter a scan.
  3. Hi Eset Community, Greetings. My ESET Internet Security detected these as 'potentially unsafe application'. These I believe are laptop manufacturer applications that Eset believes to be unsafe. What should I do? Format: Name Detection Action *(I copied and pasted the findings directly from the Detection Window.) C:\Program Files (x86)\Lenovo\Lenovo Photo Master\reaper_u.dll a variant of Win32/Lenovo.G potentially unsafe application No action C:\ProgramData\Downloaded Installations\{897100E7-24D5-4C02-B00C-0D54ADF92D90}\OneKey Optimizer.msi a variant of Win32/Lenovo.G potentially unsafe application No action C:\Users\All Users\Downloaded Installations\{897100E7-24D5-4C02-B00C-0D54ADF92D90}\OneKey Optimizer.msi a variant of Win32/Lenovo.G potentially unsafe application No action C:\Users\Documents\Lenovo\ProduKey\ProduKey.exe a variant of Win64/PSWTool.ProductKey.A potentially unsafe application No action C:\Windows\Installer\59f66.msi a variant of Win32/Lenovo.G potentially unsafe application No action
  4. Before I upgraded Windows 10 on my laptop I made sure that my Eset Smart Security was updated. Now, my laptop in running Windows 10 and have ran Windows update. I cannot open and access the Eset program installed in my laptop.What do I have to do to re mediate the issue.
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