So I use Texmod (which can be downloaded at the Bioware Social Network site here: BioWare Social Network) to run the mods I like for both Mass Effect and Mass Effect 2, and I have never had a problem running it until now. I haven’t played ME2 in a while and I’m almost near the end of the game, so I felt like playing it again. However, my antivirus has a problem with it suddenly and won’t let me run the game through it.
I’m able to open up Texmod fine, select my desired mods, etc., but when I select the Run button at the bottom, the program will crash for a second (with the “Not Responding” text at the top), then I get an alert from Comodo telling me about a Malicious File and asks me if I want someone from Geek Squad to help me clean it (to which I decline and say I’ll deal with it myself), and I get that “D’oh!” error message Texmod gives me when something goes wrong, while Comodo alerts me that a malicious file has been quarantined. When I try using Texmod with the first ME game, I get the same problem.
I went into the Advanced settings and added Texmod into Excluded Paths/Applications, as well as adding it as a Firewall exception, but I’m still getting the same problem. I even deleting Texmod and re-downloading it from BSN to see if that would fix it, but I get the same thing. I don’t understand why I’m getting this problem now, as Comodo (which I’ve always had on this computer) has never had a problem with me using it in the past.
How do I go about inserting an image here, because I don’t see the option to upload an file in the post options. I used to have a Photobucket, but they closed my account after I had shared an image file through a Photobucket link on another help forum, despite the fact that I’m pretty sure that’s the entire point of Photobucket (but that’s a rant for another day).
That’s the issue: I actually did try to find that file, but it’s not there anymore, even when I try typing in the file’s name in the search engine. And when I look at my Antivirus event log and look through the events that were from me trying to use Texmod, the file’s name is always different and no longer exists.