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    Mini Farmer Errors

    I've been trying to get dat Mini Farmer program to work. However, straight off I get this error when trying to open Anti-XC:



    This also appears when I try to open the Mini Farmer.exe itself. I've disabled xsherlock and deleted the log files, I've run everything as admin, I am the administrator on my computer, and I'm still not sure what's wrong. I have Win7 x64 too.

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    /file is approved, sighh.

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    Try to disable sherlock manually using process hacker 2 somewhere in forum there is video guide
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    Quote Originally Posted by Haagenbacon View Post
    I've been trying to get dat Mini Farmer program to work. However, straight off I get this error when trying to open Anti-XC:



    This also appears when I try to open the Mini Farmer.exe itself. I've disabled xsherlock and deleted the log files, I've run everything as admin, I am the administrator on my computer, and I'm still not sure what's wrong. I have Win7 x64 too.

    Please help
    You have to open the Mini-farmer exe and not the Anti-cz to use Mini-farmer. The Anti-XC is just to change the file if it gets detected.. It is not detected on Win7 64 as i use it.

    Trying opening Mini-Farmer as Admin. Just right click the file and open as administrator, but make a room first in AVA

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    Lol sorry about the attachment, didn't mean to put that there. Guys, I've already disabled xsherlock with Process Hacker 2, I've already tried running it with Administrator and I can't open Mini Farmer.exe either without the same error. Help please :c

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    i have the SAME problem please help me, PLEASE!

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    Do you have a firewall installed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by fr0steh View Post
    Do you have a firewall installed?
    Yeah. But I have it disabled... AVG if it helps any

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    /solved. Thanks for the help

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    /closed as it's solved.

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