As I got some complaints about W32/Agent.OBH.Trojan found in files - I would like to make it clear:
The problem with fixer is that it's made with Diablo2oo2's Universal Patcher which apparently in some cases may be recognized as a trojan - mainly in process of unpacking and launching executable from patch (it contains small msi file to re-register some phoenix dlls). This setup is not, and never was, harmful.
After few hours I managed to "clean" setup from this false-positive alerts, it also has additional improvements:
- Setup no longer causes antivirus alerts, proof:
New version: http://www.virustotal.com/analisis/4394a4570a357cb215a4af412da5257c
Old version: http://www.virustotal.com/analisis/bb4acc0c7e0ee5f19230da3e791f1a86
- Setup is now even more silent (two driver alerts which I can't get rid of = 3 mouse clicks to install),
- Phoenix should now install properly no matter where your Program Files folder is,
- Setup is tested to run properly on Vista in most cases (but it may fail miserably as well as in windows xp).
Note: Nokia doesn't support Phoenix on Windows Vista. Although Phoenix will install properly, other problems may occur. I give no warranty for it.
If you have already downloaded previous version and it is working for you - there is no reason to download this one. If you had problems with previous versions, this one should install properly.