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I have both XP and Win 7 installed on my PC; each on different HDDs. I run a dual boot setup. Win 7 is installed on my C: drive and XP on the D: drive.


Just ran a full system scan from Win 7 as admin. My question is why Eset SS ver. 8 detected this XP crypto registry key in use by Win 7? Is this something Eset would have installed although I have never used XP since Eset was installed. 


D:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Microsoft\Crypto\RSA\MachineKeys\898cd2e42db8ba30f1186317901b0387_08f7ea80-d110-4d3e-bc13-48d6ee93d9da - error opening [4]

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If you ran the scan from Windows 7 then it could be only insufficient permissions that would prevent the scanner from scanning that folder.

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