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  1. Hello a few days ago I got a virus on my PC, a nasty little bug called Help_Decrypt which was attached to every single file on my PC, on three seperate drives. Neither my AVG virus software or malwarebytes could locate and removed the files. Installing ESET NOD32 however, did the trick....However, FSX could no longer run and kept giving me a sound.dll error. Uninstalling/reinstalling FSX SP1 and SP2 did not resolve the problem so I was forced to uninstall FSX...Nevertherless, REX4 texture worked just fine at this point. So I uninstalled and reinstalled FSX on the same dedicated SSD drive which was securely erased first, but not before I had removed all previous installation of any programs or addons that ran with FSX, including REX 4 texture direct which was installed on my C:\ root directory...not in Programs File(86). Currently, FSX with many of its addons is running beautifully. After FSX installation I went to my email found the REXstore product download which was purchased in January of this year. Proceeded to download (rextexturedirect_SP4). This downlaoded a very quick setup.exe file. When I ran this, it installed REX Download Manager. I ran the downlaod manager, selected my product, entered my key and took more than 3hrs to download. NOTE: Before I reinstalled FSX or or attempted to install REX, I disabled, AVG, Malwarebytes and NOD32 and double checked to make sure windows firewall was still disabled...It was. I ran REX installation, it completed and I ran it....What I got was a white splash screen and nothing else. Task manager indicated that it was not responding. I verified once again that nothing was blocking REX and there wasn't. I checked the REX files that were downloaded and what I saw was four (CAB files, 1,2,3,4, rextexture_2014120msi and setup.exe). So I uninstalled and reinstalled again...same thing... I decided to try the old files, that were downloaded way back in January. I was hesitant at first thinking it could be damaged somehow from the virus, but I noiced a distinct difference between the two downloaded packages. The one downloaded in January of this year contained more cab files. (CABS 1,11,12,13,14,15,16,17,18,19,110,111, rextexture_2014120msi and setup.exe)....Looking at the numbers, it appeared that both packages have some missing files.....In any case, I installed this package without errors, ran it and a white splash screen...not responding So now the question is, are files in fact missing and how can I download REX full package and get it up and running today......hopefully? By the way, I want to point out that when I ran REX aftrer installation on both packages, there was a splash screen with REX clouds etc, and showed that it was finalizing initialization. AFter that completed, then I got the white splash square box. Hope this isnt confusing See attached images Thanks Troy
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